Themes: Social Emotional Health, Anxiety, Depression, Suicide Prevention, and Resilience

Audience: Grades 9 to 12

Ghosted is available to schools and communities free of charge.

Ghosted is approved by the California Department of Education as a resource for public high schools to meet suicide prevention instruction required by California Education Code (EC) Section 215.

Educational Goals

Through the course of the virtual program, students learn to

  • Combat stigma by understanding that mental health conditions are common
  • Develop skills to talk about stress, anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention
  • Identify healthy coping strategies to build resilience
  • Access community resources for help when going through difficult or stressful situations

Program Information

  • 60-minute livestreaming, facilitated viewing (a 30-minute film with a 30-minute educational wrap-up)
  • 60-minute livestreaming, interactive workshop
  • Target audience: high school students, priority to 9th and 10th grades
  • Priority to schools with higher percentage Free and Reduced Price Meals (FRPM)
  • See information sheet [PDF] for more details

Technology Requirements

  • In Class
    • Chromebook, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer
    • Headphones, headsets, or earbuds
  • Remote Learning
    • Chromebook, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer


Our mission is to focus on the most vulnerable communities. We use several factors to determine eligibility, including the Free and Reduced Price Meals (FRPM) program. If you have any questions about your school or community group’s eligibility, please contact us at 1-877-353-2223 to speak with one of our staff.



What is Stigma?