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Together We Thrive

Empowering Young Adults with Mental Health Challenges and the Families Who Support Them

Are you ready to learn valuable information that will impact your life and/or your children’s? Join us at the Together We Thrive conference on September 13, 2023 at the Ramada Inn in State College! This free event is a rare opportunity for young adults living with mental health challenges and their parents living in rural Pennsylvania to access valuable resources and information without having to travel to big cities. With engaging speakers, interactive sessions, and a chance to connect with young adults and parents managing the same challenges, this conference promises to be an empowering and enlightening experience.

Scholarships are available covering overnight accommodations for attendees traveling over 50 miles to attend, allowing you to make the most of the event without rushing.

Don't miss this fantastic chance to learn, grow, and support each other in our journey towards better mental and overall wellness!

Information about the Welcome Event Tuesday Evening, September 12th coming soon!

Attendance is limited to allow for personalized attention. Registration closes September 8th or once all available spaces are filled. Don't wait to sign up!

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Start the day with an insightful keynote presentation by PA Youth MOVE, Kevin Purskaric & Zoe Small

Teenagers are putting an end to mental health stigma.
To do it, they’re telling their own stories – unfiltered – in the documentary film and teen-hosted podcast series OUR TURN TO TALK.  From skyrocketing rates of anxiety and depression to the impacts of racism, social media, and the pandemic, their struggles and triumphs carry a powerful message: Storytelling saves lives.

Check out these engaging Youth, Young Adult and Family Sessions! 

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This project was developed under grant number SM82194 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA or HHS.

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