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Community Members Get NOVA Crisis Response Team Certified

By admin admin | August 3, 2016

The Foundation for Hope is proud to congratulate the recent graduates of the National Organization of Victim Assistance’s – Basic Regional Crisis Response Training. “Basic Regional Crisis Response Training: In 1986, The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) sent the first “Community Crisis Response Team” after a postal worker killed 14 people and himself in…

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FOUNDER – JESSE GANTT APPEARS ON THE VOICE 17104

By admin admin | May 7, 2015

The Foundation for Hope Founder and CEO Jesse Gantt participates in an interview on The American Diversity Social Center’s Worldwide Community Radio Station – The Voice 17104 Listed to the Segment Here or Listen to the station live Here

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A Way to Change Who We Are

By admin admin | February 1, 2015

“I used to think the words spoken about us describe who we are, but now I know they shape who we are.” Bob Goff What we believe about ourselves has a powerful impact on who we become. I’ve seen it happen. People with limited abilities find themselves doing amazing things because someone they trusted told…

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BREAKING THE STEREOTYPE

By admin admin | January 28, 2015

It’s easy to put people into boxes, especially when we don’t know their whole story. Take this girl I know. She cut school, hung out with a wild crowd, and ended up having a baby right out of high school. Everyone labeled her as a wild child with no future. Then one night I heard…

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IT’S NEVER TOO SOON TO SAY SOMETHING KIND

By admin admin | January 20, 2015

A new campaign video is showing why it’s never too soon to say something kind. In a PSA by anti-bullying organization Champions Against Bullying, teens read thoughtful messages that were sent on social media to peers who committed suicide. The posts were sent after the teenagers took their own lives. According to the National Association…

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It’s Important to Get Enough Sleep

By admin admin | January 19, 2015

Sleep-deprived teenagers find it difficult to focus in class, and they’re more likely get sick. They are also more likely to develop problems with alcohol later on, according to a study published Friday in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research. The study included teens who suffered from conditions like insomnia as well as those…

20%

of teens will experience depression before they reach adulthood

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Depression increases a teen’s risk for attempting suicide by 12 times.

30%

of teens with depression also develop a substance abuse problem.

Community Members Get NOVA Crisis Response Team Certified

The Foundation for Hope is proud to congratulate the recent graduates of the National Organization of Victim Assistance’s – Basic Regional Crisis Response Training. “Basic Regional Crisis Response Training: In 1986, The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) sent the first “Community Crisis Response Team” after a postal worker killed 14 people and himself in…

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