• MOVE It Forward

    Standing Up, Speaking: A Youth Perspective on Accessing Services

    Find out what youth had to say about accessing mental health services

    #MOVEItForward

    Check out the story here!

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  • A Guide for Youth: Understanding Trauma

    How to Start a Conversation

    This new tool brings awareness to trauma and its impact on young adults. Use it to start a conversation with a youth OR check it out to make the connection between traumatic experiences and the experiences you are currently facing.

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  • Explore Youth M.O.V.E. Chapters

    Youth M.o.v.e. Chapters

    Find a Youth M.O.V.E. Chapter in your area, check out the grassroots work of chapters and find out how to bring Youth M.O.V.E. to your community.

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Why Youth MOVE?

  • It’s a peer to peer relationship with young people sharing the same experiences, trauma, successes and challenges in life through the like minded work and activities carried out together in voice although apart in miles. Youth M.O.V.E. Houston
  • Youth M.O.V.E. Seminole is a part of Youth M.O.V.E. National because it provides an excellent support system of people and groups from around the country to gain assistance from, collaborate with, and grow with.
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Latest Social Updates

Hey Youth M.O.V.E. Nation - SAMHSA’s 2016 Voice Awards will be hosted by Dr. Oz! The event will take place on August 10 in Los Angeles, CA and online. In-person registration: https://www.regonline.com/2016VoiceAwards Live experience registration: https://2016voiceawardsliveexperience.eventbrite.com/
Want to learn more about effective ways to tell your story? Don't miss this FREE webinar TODAY with no Pre-registration necessary. 9 AM PDT, 10 AM MDT, 11 AM CDT, 12 Noon EDT Learning Objectives: During this webinar, participants will learn about: 1.The power of storytelling to save lives 2.The power of storytelling to create social change 3.How to share their story to make a difference
Don't forget to join! No registration required! iNAPS #Webinar: The Power of #Storytelling Broadcast on Friday, July 29, 2016 9 AM PDT, 10 AM MDT, 11 AM CDT, 12 Noon EDT Presented by Gayathri Ramprasad, MBA, CPS ASHA International – You Can Recover Description: Stories have the power to inform, inspire and transform our lives. Stories connect and comfort us in our shared struggles as a common humanity. They help us know that we are not alone, and offer hope to cope, survive and thrive. And, when it comes to matters of mental health, stories have the power to save lives and create social change. Learning Objectives: During this webinar, participants will learn about: 1.The power of storytelling to save lives 2.The power of storytelling to create social change 3.How to share their story to make a difference There is no pre-registration.
Want some simple tips to help you improve your power sharing efforts with young people? Give this article a read!
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What does is mean to share power with young people? According to Search Institute’s research on developmental relationships, it might involve something as simple as showing mutual respect to a young person or as tangible as giving youth a voice in decision-making, collaborating with young people in…
Hannah just finished up the final day of facilitating a youth engagement training in Denver with an outstanding team of cofacilitators and an incredibly driven group of Project Aware participants! #MentalHealthMatters #YouthMOVE
What is your favorite way to #selfcare?
Way to go Youth MOVE Massachusetts!!! #RockStars
"Medical best practice is for people with history of depression to take antidepressants for two years – but cognitive therapy may be equally effective..."
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Medical best practice is for people with history of depression to take antidepressants for two years – but cognitive therapy may be equally effective
What would you add to this list?
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“I’ve found that engaging with my illnesses in creative ways is empowering.”
SAMHSA’s 2016 Voice Awards event is coming soon! It will take place on August 10 online and in-person at UCLA’s Royce Hall. If you aren’t in the L.A. area, use #VoiceAwards on Facebook and Twitter to follow the conversation and live event experience. Register for the in-person event: http://www.regonline.com/2016voiceawards Register for the live experience: http://2016voiceawardsliveexperience.eventbrite.com
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When: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM (Pacific Time). Where: UCLA's Royce Hall or Online, 340 Royce Drive Los Angeles, California 90095 United States. Email: voiceawards@vancomm.com
.@MissNikkiNY Not on our board & we disapprove of the content of this video. We are looking into why she claims she is linked to Youth MOVE
Happy Monday, Youth MOVErs - training your mind to find life's silver linings can be a challenging journey but you and your happiness are worth it!
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It’s all too easy to be extremely tough on ourselves; we need – at points – to get better at self-compassion. Here is an exercise from the School of Life on how to lessen the voices of self-flagellation and learn to appreciate the role of self-care in a good and fruitful life. 
SAMHSA’s 2016 #VoiceAwards to honor ppl whose work & stories are making a difference for behavioral health. https://t.co/r6omCm9S1m
It's today at 1 pm ET! It's not too late to register! Don't forget you are invited to the Equity and Inclusion in Leadership Networking Call, today, Friday 22 July 2016, from 01:00 PM - 2:00 PM. This month the STAR Center launches our bi-monthly national networking call for people of color who are interested in increasing the number of people in organizational leadership roles who are African-American, Native American/American Indian/Alaskan Native, Latino/Hispanic or Asian/Pacific Islanders. Despite our growing numbers and all the available resources focused on racial equity, the level of participation by people of color in policy related and non-profit organizational roles remains devastatingly low. Our hope is that this opportunity for people of color to network and support each other’s leadership efforts across the country and in our target states/regions will make a measurable and remarkable difference towards eliminating the disparities we currently experience across the country.
What do you do when your flight is delayed at the airport? Hang out with Youth M.O.V.E. Philadelphia of course!
So excited to have been able to connect and reconnect with Youth MOVERs from all over the nation these past few days! Special shout out to Youth MOVE Rhode Island, Youth MOVE Philadelphia, and Chacku Mathai for posing with Hannah on our final day in Ohio
Check it out: Improving Infrastructure and Sustainability in Peer-run and Recovery Community Organizations, will occur on Friday, August 5, 2016, from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET (11:00 AM CT, 10:00 AM MT, 9:00 AM PT)! This technical assistance event will feature a presentation from Dr. Edye Schwartz (New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services) and Chacku Mathai (NAMI STAR Center).
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Improving Infrastructure and Sustainability in Peer-Run and Recovery Community Organizations Date: Friday, August 5, 2016 Time: Noon-1:00pm ET / 11:00am-Noon CT/ 10:00am-11:00am MT/ 9:00am-10:00am PT Location (Online): center4si.adobeconnect.com/firstfridays First Fridays with BRSS TACS is a free mo...
RT @LocalHugDealer: @YouthMoveOhio here at the FREDLYA/ Youth https://t.co/fL1KTDFsYQ. conference 2016: Alligning the Movements @YouthMOVE
RT @bergjo: Quote of the day "if you are not living on the edge, you are taking up too much space" #youthmove #leadership @YouthMOVE
A bit of morning bonding and #selfcare! #YouthMOVE #RockStars
We're gearing up for our first full day of fun in Columbus with some amazing youth and family leaders!
Check out this opp for #youthleaders from @evdem Are you 18-30 engaging people in creating positive? Apply today! https://t.co/9q9f7EPdTM
There's a new Foster Care Transition Toolkit out - have you seen it? https://t.co/AHBNpGNBvT #fostercare #youth #transition
"We've seen this huge shift in the overall tone and civility of the school culture."
Have you seen the newest Youth MOVE #Things2Consider on measuring reach & impact? https://t.co/UgS43uEhXb
Save the date for SAMHSA’s 2016 #VoiceAwards on August 10 in Los Angeles! Registration will open soon. https://t.co/u31WYjoKR4
Happy Monday-Join us in jump starting our week by creating a day worth living!
Guess who's on Snapchat now? Make sure to add us ahead of the Columbus, OH, Large Group Meeting! 👻 YouthMOVENation https://t.co/rjVmpuF2ms
What makes you lose your cool? Building self awareness helps us develop coping strategies #DCNLC https://t.co/rieDsukJlI
Check out the newest #resource from YMN! #Things2Consider: Measuring Success of Youth Programs #DCNLC https://t.co/OtXdkddkiJ
Application for #MentalHeatlh Innovation Awards now availabl Due 7/22 $10000 for early intervention, tech use & more https://t.co/zlipdWYr9x
Did you miss the 3rd convening of #DCNLC on logic modeling? Find the recording, here: https://t.co/nohgtkd6FP https://t.co/4f3uOoxpqM
Happy 4th of July Youth M.O.V.E.!
Join us at 1:30pmET for today's Direct Connect Learning Community convening on logic modeling! #DCNLC Link: https://t.co/OXr5kZ4pMQ
RT @ThisIsMyBrave: Tomorrow is #PTSDAwarenessDay; what will you do to spread awareness and reduce stigma? #MentalHealth #StigmaFree #ptsdaw
RT @RecoveryMonth: New to #RecoveryMonth? Get to know the mission better here: https://t.co/yEGIEfqHrS #Recovery
RT @STOMPOutBullyng: Cheer someone up by telling a funny joke...not by making fun of others. https://t.co/eH6wRd4NtB