• What Helps What Harms

    Improve Mental Health

    What Helps What Harms is Youth MOVE’s National Policy Initiative. WHWH captures the needs of youth in our chapter network and expresses the voice of youth across the country. What is helping youth succeed, and what is harmful in this work. Youth spoke up and youth voice now directs Youth MOVE policy work moving forward.

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  • Rock Star Awards

    And the award goes to..

    Dr. Gary M. Blau Professional Award - Dr. Joanne Malloy
    Organization RockStar Award - Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children
    Marlene Matarese Advocate for Youth RockStar Award- Bruce Brumfield
    Tricialouise Gurley-Millard Youth Advocate RockStar Award - Niketa Currie
    Youth MOVE Chapter RockStar Award - Youth MOVE Miami - Through the Arts

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  • Youth Advocate to Advocate for Youth

    Spread the word!

    Join Youth MOVE National as we host our Youth Leadership Track! We will have amazing advocacy and empowerment workshops, Learning opportunities and activities!

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  • Explore Youth MOVE Chapters

    Youth Move Chapters

    Find a Youth MOVE Chapter in your area, check out the grassroots work of chapters and find out how to bring Youth MOVE 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

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RT @CHCS_Medicaid: Children in foster care are more likely to receive psychotropic medication than the overall Medicaid child population ht…
How to teach about privilege? How about with paper and a trash can? #makeittangible http://t.co/jjKKyMPKiy
Register now for our 8/6 webinar: Youth Peer Support: Becoming a Medicaid Provider for Youth hosted by the TA Network http://t.co/7oArnT9izQ
Have you marked your calendars for next year's 29th Research & Policy Conference hosted by USF? March 13 - 16, 2015 in Tampa Florida
Body-Shaming + Cyberbullying totally exists. AND we all have a role in stopping it. http://t.co/aKB5Dgfloy
RT @samhsagov: Approx 1.5M US Asian adults had mental illness in 2013. Know the 5 signs: http://t.co/UK7vxOapGh. #AAPIMentalHealth http://t…
Body-Shaming + Cyberbullying totally exists. AND we all have a role in stopping it. http://t.co/2xZLjRV4dy
What If People Treated Physical Illness Like Mental Illness? http://t.co/R58XdZ6tcQ http://t.co/kFKGTpQKSV
Are you a high school student? Apply to attend Lady Gaga's #EmotionRevolution October Summit @BTWFoundation http://t.co/4CzgUHOqAj
Chossing a School: The JedCampus Seal featured on @TransitionsRTC's newest 'tv' show - check it out http://t.co/NFlU8LCLTi
Meet Emily Larson - a Midwest pen & ink artist who uses her creativity to tackle topics like anxiety http://t.co/T5s7vnk5Py
RT @wc_youthunited: Join the conversation TODAY @4p.m. #Y2T http://t.co/83m8TsjBzQ
Where do you go for inspiration Youth MOVErs? http://t.co/OLlhtkYUBv
RT @samhsagov: TONIGHT, at 9pm ET, join @LATISM, @MinorityHealth, & SAMHSA for a #MMHMchat on reducing #mentalhealth disparities. http://t.…
Have you Voted for People’s Choice Award in the ECCO awards for system of care communities? #soc #mentalhealth http://t.co/oPjFLlPM3q
RT @ncwdyouth_iel: @YouthMOVE Youth Action Council on Transition (YouthACT) deadline extension until July 31! http://t.co/WmzT3K176s
RT @Ntl_Homeless: Simple efforts at helping the homeless can make a big difference. Everyone can find a way to be kind and contribute. http…
@Youth_MoveUtah Best of luck on your summit! We can't wait for pics!
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