Bring Change to Mind (BC2M) is a national organization working to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness. BC2M’s evidence-based, high school club initiative operates across 30 states, over 400 high schools, with more than 10,000 students involved. BC2M High School Clubs are an outlet for students to generate meaningful mental health conversations, to create a network of peer support within their school communities, to build resilience, and to gain knowledge and new perspectives around mental illness.
We are currently active at Wallenberg & Lincoln, and are adding the following schools for the 2022-23 school year: Mission, June Jordan, Washington, Lowell, School of the Arts, Galileo, Balboa, Burton, and Independence.
Hear students speak out about their experience with Bring Change to Mind clubs.
Scientific Advisory Council
Romeo Richards (Lincoln class of 2023) speaks out on the historical context of toxic masculinity among a line up of professors from UC Davis, Harvard, and Columbia.
Photo by Sean Santos
Salma Shaie (SotA class of 2026) speaks about destigmatizing mental health at the 10th Annual Revels & Revelations Gala honoring Melissa McCarthy with the Robin Williams Legacy of Laughter award.
BC2M 2022 Summit
Students gathered across the country for BC2M Summits, which included one at Oracle Park for the NorCal hub featuring Hunter Pence.
Lincoln High School
BC2M club president leads the charge in this local podcast discussing youth-led mental health initiatives at Lincoln High School.
Mental Health Art Show
During Bring Change to Mind Week, the AP Art Class was featured in a mental health art exhibit including this piece by Michael W. called "Reflections of the Past."
Canada's Pink Shirt Day included as part of Bring Change to Mind Week!
Marvel Fitness Challenge
Bring Change to Mind Week ends with a weekend fitness challenge to collect the Infinity Stones.
Student Speaks Out on Healing Trauma
Wrapping up Youth Takeover week, Emerald Yu had a difficult time finding her voice, literally, but when she did it changed her life.
Wellness through the Pandemic
Sheltering in place was tough in 2020 and as the holiday season loomed ahead, BC2M and the Wellness Ambassadors promoted the Wellness Center before school went out of session for a couple of weeks.
SFUSD Schools Launch BC2M Clubs
This page was last updated on November 8, 2022