Educational Programming

33 Forever is creating partnerships to provide and support educational programming for middle school and high school students, parents and community members and school staff with various local organizations.

 

These partnerships are initially in Ohio and North Carolina including NAMI – Richland County, NAMI – Ohio and NAMI – Greater Charlotte as well as CACY, a local Richland County, Ohio youth organization, among others. These programs are designed to increase awareness and provide practical advice and help to students recognize and deal with depression, anxiety, self worth issues, suicidal thoughts and other mental health struggles, whether themselves or their peers.

It also is engaged in the process of developing additional partnerships with NAMI and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, among others, to provide and support programming so parents and school staff can better understand, recognize and know what to do when they see or become aware of mental health issues for their kids and students.

Our fast-moving, technology-driven, too-often-anonymous society presents new and different challenges to the youth of today.

This increasingly results in complicated and problematic mental health challenges for those young people. 33 Forever is committed to doing its part to make a difference in these critical areas – just as our inspiration, Dani, always saw herself doing.

 

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1-800-SUICIDE

(1-800-784-2433)

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Text: MHA to 741741

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