I AM HERE Coalition
dot dot dot dot
I AM H·E·R·E is working to strengthen the network of mental
health resources for teens and young adults in North Texas
through the collaboration and cooperation of all stakeholders.
Can we buy you a cup of coffee?

As part of our new structure, we are moving to a membership format and are asking all members to sign a Letter of Commitment. This represents a commitment to the mission and goals of the Coalition. There is no fee to join.

Be one of the first 50 people to send in your signed Letter of Commitment and we will buy you a cup of coffee! Just click here, complete the membership process and you'll receive a Starbucks gift card in the mail.

New Crisis Intervention Resources Directory

The Youth Crisis Intervention Resources Directory—a starting point to help you find mental health resources for children, teens and young adults in North Texas—is now available for download as a PDF. Developed by the I AM H·E·R·E Coalition, this directory will also be available on the H·E·R·E for Youth website when it launches.

New Peer Support Group for Teens

The Living Room, a peer support group for teenagers struggling with mental health, will have a new group meeting in Richardson, beginning in March. The group will meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Warren Center (320 Custer Road, Richardson 75080). For more information, contact the facilitator, Gerard Xiao, at (214) 542-5642.

Meetings & Events

WED • APR 23 • 2014
WED • MAY 28 • 2014
WED • JUN 25 • 2014

I AM H·E·R·E Coalition Meeting
3 to 4:30 p.m.
Grant Halliburton Foundation

Sign up to receive updates from
I AM H·E·R·E Coalition!




Current Projects

The Living Room • A peer support group for teenagers living with depression, bipolar disorder or other mental health issues

H·E·R·E for Youth • A comprehensive, searchable database of providers, information and resources related to youth mental health in North Texas

Get more info about all of our projects


Read the latest newsletter.
I AM H·E·R·E is an initiative of the Grant Halliburton Foundation, a federally-recognized 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization. The Foundation is committed to improving mental health for teens and young adults through a community-based, collaborative approach to providing help, education, resources and encouragement.

©2014 All Rights Reserved. All content is property of the Grant Halliburton Foundation and may not be reproduced without permission.