Educational Programs

NBHA offers presentations, professional development opportunities, consulting services, and a comprehensive educational curriculum for the use of schools, community groups, and mental health organizations. To inquire about any of the following programs, please email or click here

Presentations & Professional Development

  •  Walking Man Screening » A screening of the award-winning documentary Walking Man followed by a discussion and Q&A session with Mark Norwine
    AUDIENCE: students, educators, parents, community members
  •  Senior Year, Time for Transition » A screening of the documentary Walking Man followed by a discussion specifically tailored to high school students making the transition from high school to their next stage of life
    AUDIENCE: high school seniors
  • Depression and Suicide Prevention » One in four young people encounter mental illness. Learn the signs and symptoms of depression and suicide as well how to get help.
    AUDIENCE: students, educators, parents, community members

    Presentations and professional development opportunities are available topics surrounding mental health and suicide (including bipolar disorder, bullying prevention and stigma). To inquire about these topics, or those listed below, please send an email to or click here

Consulting Services

  • Developing a school with empathy
  • Creating a peer-to-peer ambassador program
  • Providing mentoring for your students
  • Training using concepts from the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program


Through a comprehensive mental health curriculum, students will gain knowledge in the areas of mental health awareness and suicide prevention. The curriculum includes the award-winning documentary, Walking Man, (which encompasses education, awareness, emotion, humor and reality all in one film), corresponding lessons and activities, student resources, and teacher guides. Click here to learn more.