May 3 is National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day-Building Resilience in Young Children Dealing with Trauma: National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day is a key strategy of "Caring for Every Child's Mental Health", which is part of the Public Awareness and Support Strategic Initiative by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. This year, the national theme will focus on building resilience in young children dealing with trauma. Communities around the country will participate by holding their own Awareness Day events, focusing either on the national theme, or adapting the theme to the populations they serve. More information is available at http://www.samhsa.gov/children/national.asp. If you live in the Washington, DC, area and are interested in attending the national art exhibit and program, please visit www.awarenessdayevent.org for information about the event and how to secure tickets. If you don't live near Washington, DC, you can watch the live webcast on www.samhsa.gov/children from 7 - 9 pm EDT on May 3.