Mental Health

is about how people think, feel, and behave.

MCPS Mental Health Awareness Week: Oct 30 - Nov 4, 2023

MCPS and the Montgomery County School Psychologists’ Association (MCSPA) will host a free virtual and in-person event October 30– November 4, 2023 to give youth and families the opportunity to hear from mental health experts on issues that are important to them. The weeklong expo will feature school-based activities, dynamic speakers and informational videos, as well as two live events. Sessions will be available in multiple languages.


MCPS Mental Health Fair

Montgomery County offers resources and support to help you prioritize your mental health.


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