Support Groups

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Preteens and teens working with mentors in the mentorship program can meet monthly with college students who graduated from those schools to help encourage inner personal growth.

 
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Break the Norm

Children, teens, and young adults in 2019 face many emerging social difficulties and challenges their parents didn't experience, including depression and anxiety caused by social media. One way to successfully alleviate these symptoms is through support groups, which can assist in increasing social skills in young people and lead to positive interactions with others. Peer groups can be a safe space for adolescents to open up and discuss their struggles through personal interactions with others, showing them they aren't facing these difficulties alone.

As young people move through adolescence they increasingly look to their peers for support, relying less on parents and seeking to assert their independence. Support groups are a positive way to receive peer guidance in a secure environment where they can feel comfortable sharing emotional concerns and struggles, as well as successes and triumphs. These groups can be vital to affirming this sense of independence and confidence, empowering youths to overcome feelings of isolation, anxiety, and depression common to this age group, and enabling them to become supportive peers themselves, helping others navigate this difficult transition to adulthood. Preteens and teens working with mentors in the mentorship program can meet monthly with college students who graduated from those schools to help encourage inner personal growth.

 
 
 

Be More, Be Influential.

Volunteers, Sponsors, or School are all encouraged to reach out to participate in community growth.

 

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