Where youth are the priority...
Did you know?
According to a 2005 REPORT by the National Alliance for Caregiving, there are at least 1.3 million caregiving youth between the ages of 8 and 18 in the United States.
A student whose parent is seriously ill may be the only child in the class facing this challenge, and as a result the child may feel alone with his or her emotions.
- Weaver KE, Rowland JH, Alfano CM, McNeel T.S.
Youth with parents who are chronically and terminally ill have higher chances of experiencing anxiety, depression, anger and behavior problems.
At MYHOPES, we are committed to serving youth ages 7-18 and their families.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (313)529-1818 to learn more
Prevention and Educational Workshops
We host workshops and after-school programs which educate youth and families on illness and disease processes, prevention and loss and grief.
Counseling Services Resources
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Counseling services for youth who are impacted by loved ones who are battling various illness and diseases. Sessions can be individual or within a support group.
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Every dollar donated will help further the mission of suspporting youth who are caregivers to sick parents.
Hope & Thrive Counseling 2019