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Speaks 2 Inspire Hosts Successful Training Session to Support Youth Mental Health

Interactive and Engaging Session Equips Attendees with Tools and Resources to Address Mental Health Challenges Among Young People

Pensacola, FL – April 8, 2024 – Speaks 2 Inspire is thrilled to announce the success of its recent training session for professionals who work with youth and young adults in Pensacola, FL. Facilitated by Abraham Sculley, founder of Speaks 2 Inspire, the session provided attendees with valuable insights, tools, and resources to support the mental health and well-being of young individuals.


Grant Funding to Address the Critical Issue of Student Mental Health

In a world where student mental health is increasingly recognized as a critical issue, recent developments offer a ray of hope. With over $2 million allocated towards addressing this pressing concern, there’s a sense of momentum building. Organizations like SAMHSA are leading the charge, offering support and resources to institutions eager to make a difference. It’s a call to action for all those invested in the well-being of our students and our communities. Read more about this funding opportunity and join us in creating a brighter future for student mental health.


How to Create a Mental Health Routine

Experiencing mental well-being is a result of the practices we are regularly involved in. Here are a few ideas to help you create a mental health routine. You deserve to take time to nurture your mental health and take care of yourself.

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What to Do in a Crisis: How the 988 Lifeline Saves Lives

Suicide is the leading cause of death among youth ages 10–24. It is a public health issue that negatively impacts our communities, families, and friends. But suicide is preventable, and many resources are available to help you or someone you love through difficult times. Text or call 988 to speak with a counselor.


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