About the DfV Thinks series

Our team of animators at DfV partnered with experts to get the facts on issues like COVID-19, Mental Health, and PTSD.


We launched a weekly series of kid-friendly, shareable clips talking about these topics and more. It's called DfV Thinks.

All the clips are free to watch, and can be found here on our site, or by following us on social media @drawnfromvalor

Stay healthy out there! We're in this together.

Drawn from Valor has launched a series of short, factual, shareable clips to help kids and families understand mental and physical health conditions, starting with COVID-19.


Learn facts and tips about COVID-19, from how it spreads to the healthy ways we can stay safe and hopeful during a global pandemic.

MAY 2020

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! We have content and special DfV Thinks clips on dealing with uncertainty, self-care, community, and routines!

JUNE 2020

June is PTSD Awareness Month. We share messages of hope and healing around the subject of trauma each week in our DfV Thinks clips!

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Drawn from Valor works with professionals in the medical and mental health fields to provide free educational content to the public. The animations we create are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. They are for informational and educational purposes only.


The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that screen time for children be limited to two hours per day. Please consider this recommendation when monitoring your child's engagement with Drawn from Valor's resources. 


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