This program for area schools and juvenile probation departments assists schools where counselors do not have the time, training, or experience to work with today’s youth’s many varied behavioral issues. We work with the school counselor and other school staff to identify and care for those youth presenting mental health, behavioral, and emotional problems that are hindering them from school success at no cost to the youth. Our program gives access to much-needed mental health care for individuals who have historically experienced significant barriers to getting this type of support.
Mission/Vision: We exist to foster resiliency in school-aged youth and their communities.
About: We are a Texas-based non-profit organization leading school-based mental health services and community substance misuse prevention. We serve school-aged youth to help them navigate life’s difficulties, reach their potential, and ultimately live healthier and more fulfilling lives. We achieve this by providing individual and group counseling, peer-led suicide prevention programming, education, support, and resources for youth and their families, and professional development for school staff and community leaders. By providing help today, our youth will have hope for tomorrow.
Volunteer: Due to ethics and privacy laws surrounding the work we do, there are limited volunteer opportunities within our organization.
In-kind donations: School/office supplies to help with implementing program curriculum.
Contact: Brandon Davidson
Phone: (903) 939 9010
Location: 305 South Broadway, Ste 200, Tyler, TX 75702
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