Friends & Family
You have navigated to this page because you care about a young person in your life – thank you for being an ally! An ally is someone who provides support in an ongoing effort, activity, or struggle. They provide encouragement and support in a safe and nonjudgmental way and work together with an individual on their journey through life. They help to reduce behavioral health stigma by taking an active role as an ally.
Worried about a young person in your life?
Mental Health America has some great information on how to recognize signs and symptoms of behavioral health issues in children, teens and young adults.
Click the button above for more info!
Want to be a better ally?
The Jefferson Center, a behavioral health center in Colorado, has provided several ideas on how to be a supportive ally in someone’s life!
Click the button to find out more!
Looking for resources in your area to help the young people in your life who might be struggling with behavioral health challenges?
Click the button to find recommendations!
There are tons of helpful resources out there to help young people who are struggling with behavioral health challenges.
Click the button to find out more about some national resources!
A TAYLRD drop-in center is a safe place where young people can come by at short notice to get support in reaching their goals and connect to resources.
Click the button above to find a drop-in center!
Kentucky’s Community Mental Health Centers provide a comprehensive range of accessible, coordinated, direct or indirect mental health services through Kentucky’s 14 regions.
Click the button above to find your local Community Mental Health Center!