For all of us, emotional and mental health are essential to our overall well-being, helping us to achieve our goals, form meaningful relationships, take pleasure in activities, and enhance our physical health. At times, we may experience stressors that interfere with our emotional well-being and mental health, such as traumatic events, loss, or other types of crises.
When these feelings happen during or after difficult experiences, it is easy to feel alone, unsure of what to do or where to reach out for help.
There is help available! New York City has a wide array of services that are specifically designed to help you manage and recover from challenging or stressful experiences.
This guide is meant to help New Yorkers find direct resources for parenting challenges, navigating the NYC education system, accessing mental and emotional health supports, and offering ways to get involved in advocacy for children, youth, and families in NYC.
|NYC Youth Peer Advocacy Survey Report||Brochure||Advocacy, Child Welfare & Fostercare, Youth||[…] Read More… from NYC Youth Peer Advocacy Survey Report||www.naminycmetro.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/NYC-Youth-Peer-Advocacy-Report_Final-2019.pdf||advocacy child-welfare-fostercare youth||brochure|
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