Utah State University proposes to raise youth mental health awareness. Youth ages 10-18 in Northern Utah counties are the population of focus with emphasis on military and veteran dependents, LGBTQ+ youth, and Latino youth. Utah's high youth depression and suicide rates can be addressed by training adults in Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) and providing mental health and resilience education to youth. YMHFA will empower adults to assist young people who are experiencing symptoms at the beginning stage of a mental health problem or during an acute episode of mental distress. Coping with stress, problem solving, knowing one's network, and self-care are just some of the skills that youth will be taught through research-based mental health and resilience education. Utah State University currently provides YMHFA training to adults and youth mental health and resilience education programs in Davis County. The proposed project will expand and grow current efforts and raise mental health awareness in other Northern Utah counties. The proposed project will be driven by the following goals and objectives: Goal 1. Raise mental health awareness among community adults who make up youth support networks (parents and family, teachers, school resource officers, coaches, club leaders, etc.). The objective for goal one is that by September 29, 2021, the end of the grant period, program instructors will have trained and increased the number of YMHFA First Aiders from 1,000 to 2,800 across northern Utah counties (unduplicated). Program instructors will train 600 YMHFA First Aiders annually (unduplicated). Goal 2. Raise mental health awareness of community youth ages 10-18. The objective for goal 2 is: By September 29, 2021, increase the number of youth participating in mental health and resilience education each year from 34 to 200. Goal 3. Increase number of youth being referred to professional services, self-help, and other support strategies. The objective for goal 3 is: Objective 1 - By September 29, 2021, increase the number of youth being referred to professional services, self-help, and other support strategies from 1500 to 3,300. Project activities that will foster success include: 1) A YMHFA training needs assessment identify the counties that need the training and if they need it in Spanish, 2) Contact and relationship building with military and veteran dependents, LGBTQ+ youth, and Latino youth and their communities to receive guidance on best culturally sensitive and responsive practices, 3) Marketing and awareness strategies as well as YMHFA training and youth education that implements the guidance received, 4) Connect youth to professional mental health services.