Mental Health in Schools: US Chapter

49.5%

of youth in the US are estimated to have dealt with a mental health disorder between 13-18

2.5 million

youth in the U.S. have severe depression, and multiracial youth are at a greater risk

60%

of individuals diagnosed with a mental health illness are unable to receive treatment

Our Goal

Our goal is to integrate mental health care into the American education system to ensure that all youth are provided with equal access to general & emotional wellbeing tools. We aim to equip youth in America with tools for nervous system regulation & mindfulness practices for daily & traumatic stress in education systems. Regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, abilities, or financial standing.

How YOU Can Support Our Mission

Our US-Chapter lead, Domenique Harmon, is the founder of the Amazing Movement, a mental health collective seeking to spark change and conversations regarding trauma healing and increased community wellbeing. Domenique is an American veteran that grew up in Southern California, whose experiences have allowed her to embody the belief that mental health is integral to healthcare, with access to preventative care at the forefront of molding equal access to wellbeing and mental health care. 

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Our Impact

27

Schools integrated Elgorithm for Schools

10,000

Arab youth reached

900

Families supported in relief aid following the Beirut explosion