By the time our children can walk and talk, they are already dealing with an unprecedented level of stress and pressure in their everyday lives. These pressures can come from anywhere: school, social life, or even the expectations they face at home.  

These challenges are taking their toll on the lives of our families. 

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  • Anxiety disorders occur in 32% of youth ages 13-18 (U.S. Dept. Of Health & Human Services) 
  • Depression occurs in approximately 13% of youth ages 12-17. (U.S. Dept. Of Health & Human Services) 
  • 1 in 5 children has a diagnosable mental, emotional, or behavioral problem (Broward County Center for Mental Health Services) 
  • 70% of children and youth with behavioral health needs go untreated. (Broward Connections) 
  • In 2017, suicide was the second leading cause of death for Americans ages 15-24. (PBS Newshour) 
  • Violent incidents in schools during the 2017-2018 school year increased by 113% from the previous year. (USA Today) 
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Your donation helps us plant the seeds of a better future for our families for many generations to come.

  • Seedling – Up to $100 donation per year. Help keep our operational costs manageable as we work to keep our counseling services affordable.
  • Sprout – Up to $1,000 donation per year. As counseling partners for multiple local schools, we have positioned our programs to reach children and youth in their classrooms. Donations of up to $1,000 can help us build more partnerships and expand these programs throughout Broward County schools.
  • Sapling – Up to $5,000 donation per year. After school programs are essential when a parent or guardian works late. Often the ones who work at the after-school programs are high school or college students. With a donation of up to $5,000 a year, you can help us provide training to these students to recognize the signs and symptoms of behavioral health issues in the children they supervise.
  • Old Oak – More than $10,000 donation per year. A gift of provides a year of life-changing counseling to a deserving young person who cannot afford the cost of treatment.