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Express photo by Willy Cook. The idea started over shrimp and grits. Amber Leyba-Castle and Christina Cernansky were cooking dinner together when Leyba-Castle thought of a support and advocacy group for her fellow classmates. The group provides coping skills and provides a safe space where students can offer each other encouragement, advice and advocacy, in a private environment. She said she took up the advocacy of mental-health awareness after being personally affected by it through her own adversities. Leyba-Castle wanted to create something for her peers, a venue where they could talk about all of the anxieties and stresses of being in middle school and high school, and how to get through it.
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Teen Peer Court is a program run by teens for teens. The objective of the Teen Peer Court program is to interrupt the developing pattern of criminal behavior in referred juveniles by promoting self-esteem, motivation for self-improvement, forming a healthy attitude toward authority, and increasing education. Teen offenders between the ages of 13 and 17 who have committed a misdemeanor crime have their cases heard by a jury of their peers. Additional peers perform the roles of prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiff, clerk and jury.
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The death of her mother put a passion in the heart of founding board member, Jill Horner, to provide free resources of healing and hope for those suffering loss. Heart of the Cumberland is a grief and loss center providing peer support groups and practical assistance to promote hope and healing. Our groups help you identify and share your feelings, help you learn to talk about the changes in your family, and help you process the feelings associated with those changes in a safe environment.
Mental health conditions are common among teens and young adults. For some, experiencing the first signs can be scary and confusing. Discussing what you are going through with others is an important first step to getting help.
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