Normal
Is Overrated

BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO TEEN MENTAL HEALTH

On June 8, 2024, local teens and young adults gathered at Normal is Overrated to discuss their mental and behavioral health challenges. This annual community-wide event included inspirational stories from teens with first-hand experiences, an opportunity to connect with available mental health services and resources in Southwest Florida, information about art therapy, and an interpretative dance performance.

Normal is Overrated 2024 Gallery

A Safe Space for All

Normal is Overrated provides a space in our community for young people to have open and compassionate conversations about mental health with the support of their families, friends, advocates, health professionals, and community partners. Together, we can reduce the stigmas surrounding behavioral and mental health so that more people can find help and acceptance.

Buy Your
2024 Normal is Overrated
T-Shirt!

Support children’s mental health services in Southwest Florida by purchasing our exclusive 2024 “Normal is Overrated” t-shirt. This year’s t-shirt, made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton, is a symbol of solidarity and mental health awareness. By purchasing this t-shirt, you’re funding vital mental health services and promoting acceptance in our community. Show your support by wearing your “Normal is Overrated” t-shirt and sharing your style on social media with our tag. Join the movement to break down barriers to teen mental health and make a difference today!

Get Involved

Continue the conversation by getting involved. You can support young people in our community in several ways and help improve access to mental and behavioral healthcare throughout Southwest Florida.

Stay Engaged

Keep informed about what is going on at Kids’ Minds Matter and within our community, including opportunities to take action, raise awareness, and make an impact.

SHARE YOUR STORY

Your story matters. By sharing your story, you can inspire those struggling to ask for help, move others to become advocates and help us all feel less alone.

Become an Advocate

We all have the power to make a difference. As a mental health advocate, you can help educate our community, support legislative action, and so much more.

Thank you to Our Sponsors!

Normal is Overrated is a free community event that is made possible by the support of our generous sponsors.

Presenting Sponsor

Kids' Minds Matter advocates for mental health logo

Water Sponsor

Jason's Deli Logo

Wellness Ally Sponsor