Mental Health Education Partnerships
Addressing The Youth Mental Health Crisis:
Indicators of youth mental health and well-being indicate a growing public health crisis that has only been worsened by COVID-19. Yet, public policy has been slow to respond at the state and national levels. This report seeks to document the alarming trends in youth mental health and the disparities in access to care. The report then addresses several innovative state legislative solutions to promote school-based mental health education, supports, and services. The report also highlights the effect of these policies on advancing equity and the role of youth leadership in securing legislation. The information is designed to guide advocacy at the state level and begin to create a framework for federal policy.
As part of our offerings, I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE has partnered with The Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic Centerstone.
Please click below for additional information on their provided services and classes.
United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region
One of the ways United Way receives funding comes from United Way Workplace Campaigns from our Workplace Partners and Partner Agencies. Additionally, showing up to support our events, giving of time and donations, and even sharing our posts and fundraising efforts on social media help us to keep our community in Montgomery, Houston, and Stewart counties. We thank all our workplace partners, community partners, and partner agencies for showing up and showing out for United Way this 2021-22 campaign season. You are all very appreciated, and we look forward to what 2022-23 will bring for all of us! #bettertogether