Mental Health Programs 4 Schools
The Societal Reform Corporation seeks to develop a mental health curriculum to be implemented into schools across America. The Founder of Societal Reform Corporation, is Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Massacre Survivor, Kai Koerber. Kai has spoken nationally (CNN,NBC, ABC, CBS, Teen Vogue, Variety, Miami Herald Newspaper, Sun Sentinel Newspaper, etc) and internationally (Speaker, Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2018) about his non profit and the importance of implementing a mental health curriculum. He has had Op Ed articles published by CNN and the Miami Herald about his company and the role of mental health to create a more peaceful society.
The key objectives are to implement a Mental Fitness curriculum into schools as an addition to the current "Health" class. The Mental Fitness programs will teach children in grades K-12 how to meditate, stress management techniques, goal setting, problem resolution techniques, as well as assist teachers in identifying students who may require professional mental health counseling.
This program would benefit all the children, teachers, parents and society at large. As there is research that shows that children who are taught to meditate are more calm, focused and perform better academically and socially.
The programs success is measured by the number of schools we are able to introduce to the program. We currently have the help of school board members as well as Congressmen and State Representative members who will help us to get this program approved once developed. Our goal is to have one million children in the USA meditating by 2025.
$15,000 is the cost to outfit one school with meditation program subscriptions and tablets. To date our biggest accomplishment is our deal with Calm to provide all MSD High School students with a subscription to the App for one year. ($200,000 value)
We are open and thankful for any contribution as it will help us to get the curriculum developed and to host mindfulness events at schools. The money would be used specifically to buy student tablets, provide subscriptions to online meditation services, to develop the curriculum for school board approval and implementation, and cover staff costs.