IMALIVE Mental Health Fair
Looking to Book IMALIVE Mental Health Fair?
IMALIVE Mental Health Fair is a fun, interactive & educational 4-hour event that brings awareness to mental health and suicide prevention.
With over 250 successful events, IMALIVE is a one-of-a-kind experience that engages the students in an open conversation about mental illness and suicide warning signs, invites all attendees to contribute to an art canvas, to share their fears and concerns via an anonymous secret, and brings the campus community together with a message of help and hope.
IMALIVE Mental Health Fair can be a stand-alone event, or part of Wellness Week, Mental Health Month, Weeks of Welcome, Stress Less Fest, etc.
All we need is a high-traffic location on your campus and 8 tables!
Four interactive activity stations
- Share a Secret: Students are invited to read secrets anonymously shared by other students from their campus and other colleges and to share their own.
- Fact or Fiction: Students are asked to determine which statements about mental health and suicide are true and which ones are myths, with a discussion and explanation of each myth/fact.
- Brain Game: Students play a game to match the names of different mental health conditions with their symptoms. Students can also review brain scans that show different mental health conditions and learn about celebrities who share their experiences. It’s an excellent opportunity to connect with the Counseling Services (if available) to learn more about getting mental health support on campus.
- Graffiti Art: Students write positive messages & inspirational quotes on a custom graffiti canvas. The canvas can feature a mascot, the event’s theme, the name of the college, etc.
IMALIVE Mental Health Fair includes 20-30 prizes for the students (bluetooth speakers, headphones, and a variety of other surprises)!
Custom canvas design
Choose from a variety of sizes and themes
Custom outcomes report
The event provides custom outcome data based on your event reporting needs
To book the IMALIVE Mental Health Fair for your students, please contact:
Jeff Hyman at Jeff@Degy.com, or Ari Nisman Ari@Degy.com