Getting Below the Surface
If you’re interested in reporting on NAMI’s new public awareness campaign, you’ve come to the right place. Scroll down to find high-resolution visuals and other materials promoting Colorado’s text support line.
These seven posters can be seen in schools across El Paso County, from Falcon to Manitou Springs.
Student ambassadors, counselors, coaches and school resource officers pass out cards for wallets or backpacks.
Students asked us to create stickers that they could place on laptops & water bottles, for a positive daily boost.
This zip file includes 16 digital assets that schools can use in newsletters and intranets, and on social media.
Here’s a visual list of all campaign materials available to schools.
Additional items can be made to order.
This version of the campaign logo includes the tagline, the text line number (38255) and the website URL.
Communications & Grants Manager, NAMI-Colorado Springs
510 E. Willamette Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
“At Manitou Springs District 14 we are committed to supporting the whole child through meaningful relationships, rigorous academic programs and opportunities to explore, learn, and experiment. Supporting students’ social-emotional health is a key component in supporting the district mission. The Below the Surface campaign has provided another valuable layer of mental health support for the district’s students and families. The campaign has created a teenage-user-friendly platform that supports the social-emotional health of Manitou Springs District 14 students.”
— Jesse Hull,
Assistant Principal, Manitou Springs School District 14
Campaign early adopters
The following schools have already prioritized their students’ mental health and well-being by opening up to this campaign.