...BECAUSE THINGS ARE NOT GOING TO CHANGE THEMSELVES.
ELEVATE MINDSETS. ELEVATE STANDARDS. ELEVATE OTHERS
Elevation Society is a nonprofit focused on increasing awareness towards mental health, through digestible educational content, unique events, and endless community building.
With the growth of filtered realities, our generation is crying out for safe spaces where we can just be real, honest, and have meaningful conversations. We are craving environments that do not require us to come perfectly curated but instead accepts us for who we are. Elevation Society works to build those supportive communities through fun yet impactful events and gatherings.
Our mission at Elevation Society is to ultimately live in a world where there are no more suicides. Through focusing on protective factors, we aim to reach people before suicide becomes their only option. Our current goals include the following:
1. Normalize the conversation, and make sure all people regardless of income and location have access to standard mental health resources.
2. Collect data to find common barriers that prevent people from seeking help.
3. Curate unique events focused on bringing people together and promoting healthy mindset practices.
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We all have mental health, similarly to how we all have physical health. However, what is interesting is how many people automatically associate mental health with mental illness. When you think of physical health do you automatically think of diabetes?
Typically no; you view physical health as a spectrum composed of various areas such as nutrition and fitness. Mental health also lies on a spectrum, it is composed of various areas such as how we handle stress, how we interact with one another, and so much more. Elevation Society is focused on building content that educates people on ways to take care of their mental health.
INTERESTED IN HELPING?
Elevation Society's overall goal is to live in a world where there are no more suicides. But when it comes to the second leading cause of death for the youth there is still an ample amount of research that needs to be done. Help us by simply answering a few questions.