• 2016 RockStar Awards - September 20, 2016

    Youth M.O.V.E. National presents its Rock Star Awards to individuals and/or organizations who make an outstanding contribution to the improvement of youth, services and systems that support positive growth and development of young people who have lived experience in various child-serving systems including, but not limited to, mental health, juvenile justice, education, and child welfare. Read More
  • 27th Annual National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health Conference

    November 10 - 13 in Phoenix, AZ

    The only national conference dedicated solely to issues that impact children and young adults with behavioral health challenges and their families.

    Includes Youth & Young Adult Workshops

    Join in the Policy and Advocacy Institute on November 10

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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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RT @DiorVargas: A7: Don’t be ashamed. There is strength is seeking help. Your life depends it. #CollegeMHNCD
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A6: Grow awareness of them. Students may not be fully aware of what kind of supports they have available. #CollegeMHNCD
A6: #Mentalhealth services should be easily accessible—in physical location and in scheduling. How do we make it easy? #CollegeMHNCD
RT @jedfoundation: A5 Colleges should be training faculty, staff and students to recognize signs of distress and how to help. Many already…
A5: Perhaps the best practice is understanding their respective cultures and being receptive to that when providing trainings. #CollegeMHNCD
A5: Youth Mental Health First Aid is rolling out on college campuses across the country #CollegeMHNCD
RT @Youth_Fellow: A4: encouraging everyone to seek help, even professors and staff, to set an example for students that everyone gets help…
A4: Providing education on #mentalhealth during orientation #CollegeMHNCD
A4: College students are open. They’re busting the stigma and challenging perceptions about mental health services. #CollegeMHNCD
A3: Creating space for peer connections where students can support each other #CollegeMHNCD
RT @NAMICommunicate: A3. Levels of support vary around the country. Colleges should meet w/ diverse students to understand their support ne…
A3: Understanding the stress college students face is working. But we can always do more in understanding intersectionality. #CollegeMHNCD