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Lady Gaga Mar 4
We’re halfway to our goal! Please consider contributing to to celebrate 7 years and be part of what’s next. Every dollar raised will go to , which teaches young people how to help their peers through mental health crises 💗
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Lady Gaga Mar 8
.! I celebrate and honor her for (and every day) for helping me lead to create a movement to increase awareness around mental wellness and decrease stigma through programs like 💝 Who do YOU celebrate?
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Born This Way Apr 18
Young people need and deserve access to resources to support their mental health and their peers' mental health. That's why we're proud to partner with to bring to schools across the U.S.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 2
We are so excited to partner with to bring to Valley High School in Las Vegas and others across the country! Thank you all who are participating in the pilot program for choosing to .
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Ashdarlina Apr 8
Another reason to support the initiatives of ⁦⁩ and their partnership with ⁦⁩ on : Number of children going to ER with suicidal thoughts, attempts doubles, study finds - CNN
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Mavie Busboom Apr 16
Only a couple more trainings this year with ! Being a part of this program has been such a blessing. Hoping these students can in the lives of their friends!
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Born This Way Apr 3
“It is so important that with faculty and staff, our students learn healthy and safe ways to address and overcome traumatic or challenging experiences they or a loved may be facing.” These VA students will be among the 1st in the US to train in !
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Mavie Busboom Apr 5
This story is about one of the other schools in the pilot program. It also happens to be the school at which and I were trained. So proud to be a part of this with great schools like !
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National Council Apr 10
With teen suicide rates rising, high school sports is becoming a central point to discuss depression, mental health and suicide prevention.
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MentalHealthFirstAid Apr 3
We're excited to have two Virginia high schools take part in our pilot program with the support of and ! Students will learn to and recognize and respond to mental health issues among their peers.
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Mavie Busboom Apr 9
Continuing training with . Had another great group of students! Excited to watch this work !
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pLombard Apr 17
Only school in the state of Illinois - we sure are lucky!!!
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Kelli Harding MD MPH Apr 18
Replying to @BTWFoundation
Awesome work saving lives!!
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National Council Apr 5
" will lay a strong foundation for more innovative and effective teen mental health care.”
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Born This Way 19h
Young people are open to using a wide variety of resources and learning skills to support their mental wellness. Read our full report here:
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Born This Way Apr 17
So proud of these students taking ! We must bridge the gap between young people and the resources + support they need to live healthy, thriving lives 💙
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Cynthia Germanotta Mar 12
Replying to @MHFirstAidUSA
Shout out to which teaches people how to recognize and help support their peers’ mental health! So excited to prepare young people to help support their peers through 💖
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National Council Apr 5
Charlottesville High School is one of two Virginia schools to participate in !
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Cynthia Germanotta Mar 8
So excited that Stagg High School is one of the first schools in the country to pilot ! Thanks to for working with us to provide this vital training for students to support their peers through mental health and substance use issues!
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MentalHealthFirstAid Mar 19
Teen suicides are on the rise, making it more important now than ever before that we provide the resources needed to make a difference.
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