We are on a mission to fundamentally transform mental health education

We’re creating research-based brain health education for students, families, and schools

Mental health challenges are prevalent & consequential yet widely unaddressed

1 in 3
teens struggle
with mental health
75%
of mental illness
starts in adolescence
50%
of those struggling
never seek help

Kids and families are struggling without the adequate knowledge, skills, and support

Early mental health education helps adolescents achieve better outcomes

Studies show that mental
health literacy leads to

Heightened awareness
Increased help-seeking
Better outcomes

Let’s address this crisis by giving students & families knowledge & skills

Mental health
education
For schools
& communities
Promoting
early action
The Brain Health Bootcamp, a 501c3 non-profit, provides online education for students, parents, and school communities to address mental/brain health. We are reclassifying ”mental health” as ”brain health” to emphasize that these conditions are physical and treatable.

Join our mission to change the way we address mental health

Every school needs and deserves brain health education. The Brain Health Bootcamp is on a mission to create the most engaging & effective brain health curriculum, and bring it to every adolescent, family, and community across the country.

The Brain Health Bootcamp is a 501c3 nonprofit because we prioritize our mission over profits. Because of this choice, your support is critical – individual donations, grants, and sponsorships make brain health education in schools possible. If you believe in our mission to give students & families knowledge & skills to address mental health crisis, please offer your support.

For

,

and for kids everywhere

Chase Bjork was a compassionate and loving 18-year-old boy who enjoyed baking pies for neighbors, exploring the outdoors with his dog, and pranking his brothers.

In January 2020, Chase took his own life.

Like so many other adolescents in our country, Chase lived with a mental illness that went unidentified and untreated for too long.

Chase's journey & core values – being an open heart, helping others, and giving back – inspired the Brain Health Bootcamp.

Read more about Chase and his impact ->