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Students are the best advocates for their own learning and mental health. Learn what CHC is doing to engage students and empower the youth voice towards growth and resilience.
Teen Wellness Committee is a community work group where students voice ideas, develop solutions, and take collective action to advocate for teen mental health.Learn More
The book Just a Thought is a powerful collection of quotes, narratives and helpful tips taken directly from hundreds of teens surveyed by CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee.Learn More
A teen campaign raising awareness on how to be mindful when using language related to mental healthLearn More
Peers are often the first line of support when a friend has a problem. They understand and relate to the complexity of youth mental health in a way that adults can’t. And they need tools. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Members of CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee represented the youth voice on the power of communication at Challenge Success’s 2018 Parent Education night to share the youth perspective on mental health. Watch Meghna Singh and Renee Remsberg take the stage and read through some pages from TWC’s 2017 book, Just A Thought. Huge thanks to Challenge Success for honoring the youth perspective!
Student voice is the powering force of CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee, where students share ideas, develop solutions and take collective action to advocate for teen mental health. Learn more about the committee.
Volunteering at CHC offers students a chance to use their voice to make a difference while giving back to the community. Join us at events such as EdRev Expo. Sign up to receive CHC volunteering opportunities!