Youth Mental Health Fund

Connecting youth to life-changing and life-saving support.

You Can Make a Difference!

In Idaho, as in many parts of the country, young people are facing unprecedented challenges to their mental well-being. From academic pressures to social media influences, the burdens can be overwhelming, often leading to anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders.

Recognizing the urgency of this issue, we are rallying together to establish scholarships specifically tailored to provide mental health support for youth across Idaho. Our goal is simple yet profound: to ensure that no young person in our community is left to battle their mental health struggles alone.

Join us in this crucial mission to invest in the mental well-being of Idaho’s youth. Together, we can make a difference.

Why Scholarships?

Because we understand that financial barriers often prevent individuals from accessing the vital mental health resources they desperately need. By offering scholarships, we can remove this obstacle and open doors to counseling, therapy, support groups, and other essential services.

Your contribution to this scholarship fund will directly impact the lives of Idaho’s youth. Whether you can donate a little or a lot, every contribution counts. Together, we can provide hope, healing, and a brighter future for our young people.

Funds Used To:

  • Pay for therapy and/or counseling on an individual or group basis or to meet other mental health needs like medication.
  • Support other initiatives or programs that address the urgent mental health challenges for youth.
  • Remove barriers getting in the way of youth accessing mental health assistance (cost, transportation, child care, etc.).
  • Establish a mental health navigator, which connects youth to practitioners. 
  • Provide funding for practitioners so that youth can access individual services immediately, rather than having to spend months on waiting lists.
  • Develop in-house capacity to treat youth. 
  • Leverage existing partnerships for better navigation and access to appropriate mental health support.
  • Provide culturally appropriate care in a multitude of languages.
  • Identify and connect young people to mental health practitioners specializing in supporting youth who identify with diverse populations. 

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