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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.
Here For Youth Website Calling All Providers

HereForYouth.com, a new website for mental health resources, is coming soon. Shouldn't you be listed? If you're a provider of mental health services or resources for children, teens and young adults, you belong in this database. It's a vital new resource that will help people find you, and it's free. Just go to HereForYouth.com and click on Provider Login to get started.

Learn more about the project or download the Youth Crisis Intervention Resources Directory, a starting point to help you find mental health resources for young people in North Texas. Developed by the I AM H·E·R·E Coalition, this directory will also be available on the Here For Youth website when it launches. Share the link.

"Beyond Bullying" Presentation Handouts Available

Beyond Bullying

More than 130 teachers, counselors and parents gathered on Saturday, August 16 for Beyond Bullying: Enhancing Adolescent Mental Health. Presentation handouts are available here.

New Peer Support Group for Teens

The Living Room, a peer support group for teenagers struggling with mental health, now has a group meeting on every Thursday of the month at various locations. Get more information.

Meetings & Events

WED • DEC 3 • 2014
WED • JAN 28 • 2015
WED • FEB 25 • 2015

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

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Current Projects

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

Here 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


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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.

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