BREAKING THE SILENCE
Youth and Advocates Speak Out .....
Teens and Alliance members produced a DVD on Mental Health. Parents and educators are encouraged to seek early identification and support.
Watch the Breaking the Silence VIDEO Presented in two parts
PART ONE (click here)
PART TWO (click here)
View BTS Video Discussion Guide (click here)
Read about it in the Sun-Sentinel article (click here)
Watch this CBS news feature on the Breaking the Silence DVD (click here)
Fall recruitment meetings for FRiENDS, a group of teen advocates and local professionals sponsored by Boca Raton's Promise, will meet at Sugar Sand Park Community Center in Boca Raton. Meetings are held the first Saturday of each month and are open to the public.
For updates on activities call the Promise Line at 561-866-1850
Boca Raton's Promise spearheads efforts in South County to adddress community mental health needs. Grassroots education efforts are underway in Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, and Delray Beach to support agency and school programs in Palm Beach County.
Find out more about what the Promise does in our community and help us meet our goals. If you, your business or organization can help us, please email us to arrange for our representatives to meet with you personally. Thank You.
Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Youth Service Projects -
The Art of Expression - A series of workshops to help youth understand stress and depression and prepare them to assist in schools and communities. Free admission - may earn service credit.
Community FRiENDS Ages 12 to adult, meets the first Saturday of Each Month - 1:30 - 3:30 PM
Sugar Sand Park, 300 S.Military Trail Community Center
Open to Public Call 561-866-1850
2. 70 Rally to Support Mental Health
Executive Director, Rita Thrasher, accepted a proclamation recognizing Mental Health Month in Boca Raton during the 2nd bi-annual meeting of the South County Mental Health Coalition, at the Boca Raton Resort and Club.