May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Help to remove the stigma. Everyone struggles. Our struggles need to be heard so that we can better understand how to fix this broken system. 

 

A CLASP resource to learn more- Youth Mobile Response Services: An Investment to Decriminalize Mental Health

You are not alone.

 

Joseph R. Biden Jr. Proclamation April 30, 2021

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March is Women's History Month. While there are many women to highlight - that have left us or still do important work today - we would like to highlight the work of Ella Baker. Stating, “Oppressed people, whatever their level of formal education, have the ability to understand and interpret the world around them, to see the world for what it is, and move to transform it.” – Ella Baker. Please click the photo for more information on her work to raise the voices of people of color, women, and students.

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April was Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Believe your friends, believe your family members and believe anyone else brave enough to share their story with you. Victim Services is local to areas surrounding Johnstown, PA - (814)288-4961. The National Sexual Assault Hotline number is

1-800-656-4673

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February was Black History Month, but our education doesn't have to end there. We urge you to seek out your local chapters of the NAACP by clicking the image to the left, to see how you can get involved. Seek out black activists and history around the world and in your own area. 

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March 5th, 2021 was out second annual Green Out to coincide with the SandyHookPromise.Org "Say Something Week". For more information on how we participate in this programing visit the education section of our website. To get your school or organization involved in this violence prevention programming click the image to the left to see how you can get involved as a trusted teen or adult.