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July is Social Wellness Month, described as nurturing yourself and cultivating healthy relationships among family, friends, and co-workers. Did you know that 43% of Americans say they are more anxious than they were a year ago? Healthy connections will help. Remember, if you're in crisis, contact the 988 Lifeline immediately.

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Did you know that one in three high school students and half of female students report persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness?

Please read that headline again. Are you surprised? That statistic--from the U.S. Surgeon General's advisory on youth mental health--is from 2019, prior to the pandemic. The number is much higher now.

You can help bring hope to youth in Dallas, Ellis, and Navarro counties, many of whom live in low-to-moderate-income families, putting them at risk for many adverse behaviors, including dropping out of school, underage drinking, vaping, and drug use.

By supporting our programs with your financial contribution, you funnel resilience into these young people, which helps create healthy adults. You help kids make courageous choices when faced with peer pressure or adversity.

When you donate to Impact Communities, you join our mission to ignite communities to protect and strengthen youth resiliency.  Our vision is that young people strongly believe in themselves, the skills and support to make excellent life choices, and the resources and resilience needed to thrive. 

We invite you to become a Youth Champion by donating to our community programs. Please make your credit card donation below. 

Many thanks!