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Be More Aware

Emotional Well-Being
for Youth and Teens
An L2C Initiative

 

Who We Are

Here at Be More Aware, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. Since our founding in 2019, we have been determined to make an impact. Our aim is to teach students how to effectively handle distress by “reaching in” and utilizing personal coping strategies, “reaching out” by seeking and accepting help outside of themselves, or a combination of the two. The core of our efforts is to build resiliency in the middle, high school, and college students by giving them the tools to handle stress and distress now and in their future.

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Activities

Bringing Change

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Support

One Step at a Time

Crisis Services

Education

Helping The Community

Advocacy

Reinforcing our Commitment

 
Doctor High Five

May 2nd - 8th, 2021, is Children's Mental Health Awareness Week in Maryland. Mental health refers to a person’s overall behavioral, social, emotional, and psychological well-being. Mental health impacts how we think, feel, and act, including how a child feels about themselves, relates to other children and adults and handles change, stress and other life situations. One in five children experiences a mental, emotional, or behavioral health problem before age 18. These problems affect children of all demographic groups, regardless of education, income, race or culture.

 

Contact Be More Aware

If you or someone you know need immediate help, please call
1-800-422-0009 or dial 2-1-1, press 1

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