Suicide & Depression Awareness Sticker Sheet

SKU: PB-DA308-SS Minimum Qty: 100
  • Five themed mental health stickers for young adults
  • Sized at 4.625” x 6” inches
  • Great handout for any occasion

Sold in packs of 50

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Pass out these colorful Suicide and Depression Awareness Stickers to young adults during class to stress the importance of taking care of their mental well being. Around one and five teens and young adults (ages 12 – 18) suffer from some kind of mental health condition. In addition, approximately 2.3 million teens and young adults have experienced some kind of impairment due to depression (meaning it has impacted their daily lives).

Every sticker sheet includes five bold, colorful mental health messages that exude positivity, such as “Your story isn’t over yet,” and “You have value. You matter.” They can put them on their folders, water bottles, laptop cases, etc. to help stop the stigma of mental health. Seeing messages of support and encouragement can help individuals feel less isolated and more empowered to seek help. And even better, it’s affordable so you can give your audience a memorable gift without breaking the bank. A great handout at any event bringing understanding and support to a cause that’s close to your heart.

Each sticker sheet includes the following messages:

  • Life is Better with You Here
  • Never Give Up
  • Your Story Isn’t Over Yet

Sold in packs of 50 and the minimum quantity is 100.

If you like these stickers, then check out more of our Suicide and Depression Awareness materials here.

Additional information

Dimensions 4.625 × 6 in

Grade Level

College, High School

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