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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

One in five children in the United States has a diagnosable mental health condition.

In today's changing world, recognizing signs of mental illness among youth and providing timely and quality treatment is as important as, if not more than, treating physical illness. Together, we can help our youth manage their mental health issues so they could flourish in their journey ahead.

Over the years, Purple Swans continued our efforts to battle mental health challenges. Stay tuned for our upcoming training soon!

  • May 2023—5th Youth Mental Health First Aid training

  • April 2023—2nd Youth QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) suicide prevention training

  • August 2022—1st Youth QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) suicide prevention training

  • November 2021—4th Youth Mental Health First Aid training

  • February 2020—3rd Youth Mental Health First Aid training

  • October 2018—2nd Youth Mental Health First Aid training

  • May 2018—1st Youth Mental Health First Aid training

  • September-December 2018—4th 10-week free dancing and singing programs for autistic children

  • April-June 2018—3rd 10-week free dancing and singing programs for autistic children

  • September-December 2017—2nd 10-week free dancing and singing programs for autistic children

  • March-May 2017—1st 10-week free dancing and singing programs for autistic children

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