BRING NO LETTING GO TO YOUR COMMUNITY, ORGANIZATION, EVENT OR CONFERENCE
- Inspire community members to talk openly about mental health
- Educate people about the importance of youth mental health
- Increase awareness, understanding, and compassion about mental health conditions
- Help families know they are not alone and encourage them to seek help
- Provide an opportunity for educators, mental health practitioners, and doctors to connect emotionally with the family perspective
- Ignite a call to action around the way society views child and adolescent mental health conditions
NO LETTING GO is a must-see film for anyone who cares about the healthy development of youth. A beautiful and poignant film, NO LETTING GO has the power to entertain, to engage and to educate diverse audiences about the vitally important issue of mental health in children, adolescents and young adults. We have partnered with The Youth Mental Health Project, a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization, which will schedule, organize and promote community screenings nationwide. The Youth Mental Health Project was founded, in part, as the result of the overwhelmingly positive response to the film’s ability to ignite community conversations about youth mental health. We believe the time has come to talk about our children’s mental health and we are excited that The Youth Mental Health Project will be using the film as one of their tools in pursuit of that effort.
NO LETTING GO is ideal for parents, educators, pediatricians, nurses, social workers, advocates, family members, and mental health professionals who want to have a better understanding of youth mental health and the challenges families face as they seek help for their child. We intend for the film to be screened in local theaters, auditoriums, schools, living rooms, religious institutions and universities as a catalyst for a community dialogue aiming to increase awareness and reduce misunderstanding, stereotypes, fear and discrimination.
Our goal is to bring the film to as many communities as possible by providing a variety of options for group screenings. Public screenings of No Letting Go require the purchase of either a Public Performance or Educational License, which can be purchased through The Youth Mental Health Project and are very affordable. The Youth Mental Health Project can also help you with everything you need for a successful screening, including the appropriate license, a copy of the film (to keep), digital promotional materials, an event planning guide and a comprehensive discussion guide. Custom materials can also be made to address particular audiences.
To get more information on how to host a screening, please contact the Youth Mental Health Project HOST A SCREENING