Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Kip Christopher Jun 11
Check out our Students rep’ing South Riding with !! SO proud of these students and thrilled that we could represent our school at this convening. Thank you & It’s ok to not be ok!
Reply Retweet Like
Kip Christopher Jun 11
Lady Gaga brings Mental Health First Aid to
Reply Retweet Like
Born This Way Jun 11
We're proud to announce we're partnering with to expand to 20 more schools this fall! Learn more about the program from these students and !
Reply Retweet Like
MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 11
“With , we like to say, it’s okay to not be okay,” said , co-founder of , as she spoke to 16 students who had just completed the first pilot. will expand to 20 additional high schools around the country this fall.
Reply Retweet Like
Find Your Anchor Jun 11
these are the (super rad) students that we got to spend the day with! side note: they're changing the world.
Reply Retweet Like
Channel Kindness Jun 11
. invited some of the first students in the U.S. to get trained in on stage to share their experience. Here’s what they had to say about + ’s program which is expanding to 20 more schools this fall!
Reply Retweet Like
MentalHealthFirstAid Jun 11
. and announced that they will expand to 20 additional high schools around the country this fall. The innovative new peer-to-peer program empowers young people to support each other in times of need.
Reply Retweet Like
Persephone Valdes Jun 8
Reply Retweet Like
James A. Wallace Jun 11
Lady Gaga influences our youth in a way that many adults are unable to. I'm so thankful that she uses her platform to help save lives.
Reply Retweet Like
Born This Way Jun 12
The path to healing begins with knowing how to ask for help. trains young people to identify or substance use issues in their friends + teaches them how to help. And now we're partnering with to expand the program!
Reply Retweet Like
Born This Way 9h
taught me interfering and having the strength to have tough conversations can be the difference in someone’s life,” says student Jake B.. This fall, we're partnering with to expand the training program to 20 schools!
Reply Retweet Like
Kip Christopher Jun 11
What an experience last week! AND, what a tremendous movement we are part of! Change the world, one friend at a time!! .
Reply Retweet Like
Maddie Jun 12
“Spreading kindness and bravery in the world. That’s the thing that brings all of us together”. -Lady Gaga ❤️❤️❤️ btwfoundation
Reply Retweet Like

Related searches

@btwfoundation
Cynthia Germanotta Jun 12
As my daughter said, “with teen Mental Health First Aid, we like to say, it’s okay to not be okay.” Thank you for sharing about ’s expansion to even more schools this fall!
Reply Retweet Like
Maya Enista Smith Jun 11
It's been a big week, friends.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Lacey Rosenbaum Jun 12
Thanks ! We're so excited to partner with to bring to an additional 20 high schools this fall!
Reply Retweet Like
IABH Jun 11
IABH is thrilled to participate in the launch of . Through our work with and , over 500 IL teens are mental health first aiders! Thanks to our amazing staff of Ashley Webb and for stepping up and championing this effort!
Reply Retweet Like
Cynthia Germanotta Jun 11
I would have loved to be the first to tell you that + are expanding to 20 more schools this fall, but my daughter (and these students!) beat me to it.
Reply Retweet Like
Find Your Anchor Jun 8
spent the day with (some pretty rad) students, (), and growing the Find Your Anchor community. absolutely beaming. one for the books.
Reply Retweet Like
Born This Way Jun 13
Bravery is teens across the country refusing to stay silent about mental health. Learn how we're working with to connect young people with the resources they need to help their peers through crises.
Reply Retweet Like