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see also: I am not my illness
Are you attending the Children’s Mental Health Conference in Tampa, FL next week?! If so, then join us for a Transition Researcher Networking Meeting!
The Voices4Hope - Transitions RTC and Pathways to Positive Futures will be sponsoring a networking event for researchers in the field of emerging adults Monday, March 3rd, and we want to see YOU there!
Light refreshments will be served.
Interesting infographic posted by youmatterlifeline on mental illness and how common it is in the US!
Great photo via out friends youmatterlifeline!
Happy #TopProductTuesday Everyone! On behalf of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, our #TPT features the Voices4Hope Eating Disorders page.
Check out this informative page to find resources on supporting yourself or someone you know on the path to recovery from an ED!
Looking for a break from this harsh winter?
Join the Transitions RTC in sunny Florida next month for the 27th Annual Children’s Mental Health Research & Policy Conference, featuring a special track on young adults!
When: March 2-5th, 2014
Where: Tampa, Florida
Each and everyday know that you should be proud at everything you accomplish and do.
As a person you are worth a lot even though you are going through rough times!
We are young adults in recovery, we are a work in progress! Check out this video to see a bit more about what it’s like to be a young adult in recovery from a mental health condition!
Submitted by brokenglass-heart
Yes, so true. Remind yourself also to reach out for help when you need it.
When you look at this know that you are not alone
Welcome to Monday! Your voice matters this week.
Great Quote via Youth Move! Want to know how to make an impact with your story? Check out how to share your story and empower others here.
Are you or someone you love a young adult on an Individualized Education Plan IEP?!
Then you should check out this cool YouTube video featuring one of our young adult staff members, that will explain how to make IEP transition services work for YOU!