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Be The Best Me 2.0 

Our 2024 program theme is "Be the Best Me 2.0!" with a focus on mental health awareness! This year will be filled with multiple workshops, events, and opportunities throughout the city to increase awareness, reduce the sigma, and educate the community about mental health, creating positive health outcomes. 

Beyond the Surface: Teen Mental Health Awareness

Podcast

Check out the 4 part podcast series called "Beyond the Surface: Navigating Teen Mental Health Awareness! The podcast includes a variety of special guests that speak about topics such as stress management, building confidence, building healthy relationships, and much more! 

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Episode 1: Stress Management

Beyond the Surface: Teen Mental Health Awareness- Stress Management
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Episode 2: Healthy Relationships

Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice or treatment. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any organization. Listeners are encouraged to seek the advice of qualified mental health professionals or other qualified professionals regarding any mental health concerns.​

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Build a powerful community of teens ages 15-18 by teaching them how to support a friend or classmate with the evidence-based teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) course.
Adolescence is a time of critical change and development. It’s when mental health challenges may first emerge and may be the cause for falling grades, problems with close relationships and substance use. Young people will be prepared to provide support for their peers as well as better cope with
mental health challenges themselves. tMHFA was brought to the United States by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing in
partnership with Born This Way Foundation, and is tailored to the unique experiences and needs of young people. Its plain language ensures learners at all reading levels can easily follow along.

Why Mental Health First Aid?​

This is offered to teens ages 10-18 or 10th to 12th grade in our program. If you are a youth serving organization or school, and would like to partner with use to bring to your students , please contact us for more information at (209) 910-4349. Our founder and president, Alasha Jiles, is a Certified Instructor for tMHFA through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing. 

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