Attitudes in Reverse®

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                       Attitudes In Reverse® or AIR® offers a comprehensive mental health plan to educate youth, from elementary level through college-age. AIR'®s programs are wrapped in messages of understanding, empathy and kindness towards all. At AIR®, we believe that good mental health programming makes the best anti-bullying and suicide prevention plans. Breaking down stigma allows AIR® to help identify youth who are at risk. Programs are also available for parents, teachers and all school staff. Certified AIR® Dogs, therapy dogs, accompany all program presenters.

 

Attitudes In Reverse® is partnering with The College of New Jersey's Testing and Assessment in Psychology Lab. AIR®
is grateful to the staff and students at the TAPlab who are performing an evidence-based program evaluation of AIR®'s programs. 

 


 


2021 Taste of Hope - Peter Weedfald - Thank You!


 


2022 Miki Open AIR® Event

We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to our sponsors, volunteers and attendees who helped make this year's

Miki & Friends OPEN AIR® event a success.


 


Congratulations and Thanks Again for Successful Taste of Hope Event!

AIR® continues to achieve greater success each year with its  Taste of Hope℠ event.  Adding to the excitement of this year's affair was media coverage on News 12.

Congratulations again to Champions of Hope Jennifer D. Garofolo, MPH, MPA, US Head, Oncology Key Customer Marketing, GlaxoSmithKline, and Michael D. Mumola, Esq., Founding Partner of Kalavruzos Mumola Hartman & Lento, and Partner in Hope Chelsea Allen, Student Assistance Counselor, West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South.


 

 


Coming Up for AIR® Student Presentation Program

The AIR® student presentation is mental health education geared towards students, middle school through college age. It is a peer-led multi-modal presentation: PowerPoint, video, interactive discussion. It can be 45 to 60 minutes, depending upon class length, and can be offered during Physical Education, Health, Science, Social Studies/Humanities classes. The presentation can be delivered to individual classes, as well as a full auditorium of students. It is also available and recommended for Parent-Teacher-Student Associations and parent-only audiences. Click for more information


AIR® Awareness Outreach

Attitudes In Reverse® volunteers attend many different types of events to help start conversations about good mental health. These can be college health fairs, local community events, state mental health conferences and Supernatural conventions. Since therapy dogs are involved in our non-profit, we often find ourselves at dog events, where people normally do not talk about mental health or suicide. Click for more information. The coming up for AIR Student Presentation Program has a response rate of 35% of students ask for help after the presentation.


We could not accomplish our goals without the kindness and support of our Sustaining Sponsor. Thank you!


 


 

Latest Updates :

  • January is National Train Your Dog Month

    January is National Train Your Dog Month

    Importance of Training your Dog By Katelyn Baker, AIR® Co-Founder January is National Train Your Dog Month. As we close out the month, Katelyn Baker shares some thoughts on the importance of training, and building a relationship with your dog. Consistent, positive training from the start will significantly benefit you and your dog...and will start you on a path to having a future therapy dog! Most…Read More »
  • Remembering Emily Murillo: From a Sibling’s Point of View

    Remembering Emily Murillo: From a Sibling’s Point of View

    Kaylee, an AIR® team member, shares with us a powerful point of view from a sibling's perspective in remembering her sister, Emily, whom we lost too soon. On January 29, 2021, my little sister Emily Murillo chose to end her life. In her short 17 years here, she suffered a lot, from dealing with ruthless bullies…Read More »
  • Outta The Darkness Into the Light An interactive play to raise suicide prevention awareness

    Outta The Darkness Into the Light An interactive play to raise suicide prevention awareness

    OCEAN BEACH, NY — Anthony Montes, an award-winning actor, writer, director and producer, will perform his semi-autobiographical “Outta the Darkness Into The Light” to raise awareness about suicide prevention. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Attitudes In Reverse® (AIR®), a Princeton-based nonprofit. There will be two shows on August 20 and 21,…Read More »

The mission of Attitudes In Reverse® (AIR™) is to educate society about mental health. People need to know that the best suicide prevention plan is a good mental health awareness program.

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