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Supporting Our Youth (SOY) is an innovative community development program of Sherbourne Health Centre. SOY works to support the health and wellbeing of all queer and trans spectrum youth by running groups, programs and events and by providing one-on-one support for queer, trans and questioning youth who are 29 years old and under.
Active Minds is the young adult voice in mental health advocacy. By supporting a rapidly growing network of hundreds of student-led chapters at colleges and universities, Active Minds empowers students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking. Active Minds is a national nonprofit. Follow us on Twitter./>
Team Luke Hope For Minds exists to enrich the lives of children with a brain injury and give hope to their families through support and education. We are a non-profit in Texas that supports families with children who have suffered an acquired brain injury. At the heart of our services is the conviction that the health and well-being of these children can improve over time if families have access to educational materials, therapeutic services, and adaptive equipment for their children. Our goals are to help families pay for items not covered or partially covered by insurance, provide emotional support, advocacy and education, as well as build support communities.
Personality Disorder Awareness Network (PDAN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing public awareness of personality disorders, alleviating the impact of personality disorders on families, and intervening early in the personality development of children.
Hope and Me, The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario offers free support and recovery programs to people across Ontario living with depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. They provide drop-in peer support groups, recovery programs, family and youth clinical support, early intervention for mood disorders and psychosis and online tools focused on wellness and recovery.
Bipolar Support Every Friday 1-3PM in Office
Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour Peer Support 1st Tuesday of the Month 1-3PM in Office
Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour Peer Support 2nd Tuesday of the Month 7-8:50PM in Office
Clearing the Clutter (Hoarding) 1st, 3rd, and 4th Thursday of the Month 7-8:50 PM in Office
Courage and Compassion for Depression 2nd Wednesday of the Month 7-8:50 PM in Office
Depression and Anxiety 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the Month 7-8:50PM in Office
Family Members and Supporters 1st and 3rd Monday of the Month 7-8:50PM in Office
LGBTQ 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month 7-8:50PM in Office
Men's Group 2nd and 4th Monday of the Month 7-8:50PM in Office
Monday Mood Drop-In Every Monday 1-3PM in Office
Shyness and Social Anxiety Every Sunday 3-4:30PM on 519 Church Suite 301 (Hope and Me MDAO Affiliate)
Substance Use and Mood Disorders 1st and 3rd Monday 7-8:50PM in Office
West End Group 2nd Wednesday of the Month 6-8PM 1541 Jane St. Unison Health and Community Services
Women's Group Every Thursday 1-3PM in Office
Women's Group 2nd and 4th Monday 7-8:50PM in Office
Youth and Young Adults (Ages 16-30) Every Wednesday 7-8:50PM in Office
Drop-in One on One Peer Support Mondays and Wednesdays 6-8:30PM in Office (Up to 30 mins; up to 3 drop-in sessions; name, postal code, and birthday required) First come, first serve.
The Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs (KASAP) is the coalition of Kentucky's 13 Sexual Assault Programs. The representatives of each of the 13 Sexual Assault Programs make up KASAP's Board of Directors. Since it was established in 1990, KASAP has served as a central point of contact on sexual violence issues in Kentucky. KASAP does not provide crisis services. If you or someone you know is in danger, please seek safety. For advocacy, counseling and referrals, find your local sexual assault program or contact the national RAINN hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE. These options will put you in touch with an advocate who can talk with you about your situation, your safety, and the options available to you. All conversations are strictly confidential.
KASAP provides technical assistance to member programs and other professionals, advocates for improvements in public policy, fosters coalition building among members and those with common concerns, and promotes prevention and public awareness regarding sexual violence and related issues.
Actively Moving Forward, a HealGrief program is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting grieving college students.
1 in every 3 college students are grieving a loved one’s death or the diagnosis of a loved one’s terminal illness! The organization accomplishes its mission by creating Actively Moving Forward chapters on college campuses nationwide. AMF, an acronym for ActivelyMovingForward connects and empowers these grieving students to support one another and participate in community service in memory of their loved ones. Students are given the tools to cope, and the education to understand that grief is normal; grief is not depression; suicide is never an option; and a healthy grief recovery does exist.
AMF also supports non-collegiate young adults and professionals working with college students and young adults by creating a wealth of virtual information, programming, and community.
The Erika Whitmore Godwin Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, has five primary goals: (1) to provide hope and support to any parent who loses a child; (2) to support siblings, family members, and friends impacted by the death of a child; (3) to educate the public about the loss of a child, letting them know how they can support parents in rebuilding their lives; (4) to educate and collaborate with professionals who deal with the death of a child; and, (5) to provide ways for parents to honor their child.
The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness ("The Alliance") is a nonprofit* organization dedicated to providing programs and activities aimed at outreach, education, and early intervention for all eating disorders. Founded in October 2000, The Alliance has worked tirelessly to raise awareness, eliminate secrecy and stigma, promote access to care and support for those susceptible to, currently struggling with, and recovered from eating disorders. The Alliance creates a bridge for those needing and seeking help by connecting people with resources and information to assist them in their recovery.
The Alliance offers educational workshops and presentations, free support groups for those struggling and for their loved ones, advocacy for eating disorders and mental health legislation, national toll-free phone help line, and referrals, support and mentoring services. All services offered by The Alliance are free-of-charge, therefore, making it accessible to everyone. Since its inception in October 2000, The Alliance has offered presentations on eating disorders, positive body image, and self-esteem to more than 250,000 individuals throughout Florida and nationwide.
Erika’s Lighthouse: A Beacon of Hope for Adolescent Depression is a non-profit organization committed to raising awareness about teen depression in middle school and high school communities at no cost to schools. Erika’s Lighthouse works to eliminate the stigma surrounding depression and empower young people to take ownership of their mental health. Core programs include the video-based, teacher-led depression awareness classroom programs—The Erika’s Lighthouse Program: Depression and Suicide Awareness for High School Students and The Erika’s Lighthouse Program: Depression Awareness for Middle School Students. Erika’s Lighthouse also provides countless other web-based resources. To learn more, visit erikaslighthouse.org.