We are working to understand existing social-emotional and suicide prevention efforts and explore options for addressing these gaps which may include supporting program coordination and effective delivery and integrating new approaches with partner organizations. There are many mental health campaigns and organizations serving youth mental health in the Washtenaw County community which we hope to also bring attention to for those who visit this website or reach out to MJRF. We will strive to also raise awareness of legislation that influences prioritization and/or provision of programs and services related to youth mental health.
The MJR Foundation recently hosted a Facebook Live Webinar to discuss the movies Screenagers and Screenagers: Next Chapter, and to provide strategies to deal with the issues raised by the films. This post includes a replay of the panel discussion as well as resources that were discussed.
The MJR Foundation will be hosting a Facebook Live Webinar on January 12th, 2021 at 7:00pm to discuss the movies Screenagers and Screenagers: Next Chapter, and to provide strategies to deal with the issues raised by the films.
The MJR Foundation will be sponsoring online screenings of the movies Screenagers and Screenagers: Next Chapter for members of the Washtenaw County community from November 20th to January 12th.
The MJR Foundation is pleased to announce the two recipients of its 2020 Miles Jeffrey Roberts Memorial Scholarships, Carmen Quinn and Sara Soluk.
The University of Michigan Depression Center recently released a video to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Peer-to-Peer mentoring program. Watch this video here…