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Come together to help families living with ADHD, learning differences, anxiety & depression and autism feel supported, connected and empowered.
CHC engages with people throughout our community to bring connection, share information and resources, and be there for each other. Explore and see how you can contribute. We’re glad you’re here.
Shape our community by creating a web of support for families living with ADHD, learning differences, anxiety & depression and autism. Outreach Team volunteers work to support parents, share CHC resources in the community and provide valuable feedback about real problems facing families.
Your voice matters. Please Contact Michele White at email@example.com to get involved.
Connect with like-minded parents while volunteering for CHC! We need your help with everything from events to support groups and more. Please fill out the Volunteer Interest Form to receive notice of volunteer opportunities and introduce yourself. We can’t wait to meet you.
Are you a K-12 teacher, administrator or specialist working with the 1 in 5 with learning and attention challenges? Join our Learning Specialists Collaborative for professional learning, peer support, problem solving and networking. Contact Christine Wang, EdM. at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Student voice is the powering force of CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee, where students share ideas, develop solutions and take collective action to advocate for teen mental health. Learn more about the committee.
Volunteering at CHC offers students a chance to use their voice to make a difference while giving back to the community. Join us at events such as EdRev Expo. Sign up to receive CHC volunteering opportunities!
School counselors and wellness staff across the Peninsula convene to share insight and trade tips about how build a safer, stronger school climate while addressing the mental health needs of students and families. Contact Christine Wang, EdM. (email@example.com) to learn more.
Youth mental health agencies and allies took on the challenge of creating a unified community-wide spectrum of care for teen mental health, from prevention to intervention. By joining forces and working together, we will create actionable solutions that lead to healthier, more resilient teens and a supported community.
Lend your expertise to support children and families! Sign up to receive CHC volunteering opportunities. We’re in this together.