You're Not Alone
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I Fight, You Fight, We Fight Together!
After almost losing her daughter to suicide not once but several times, our founder's mission is to provide a strong collaborative network of faith-based and mental health to educate and support youth, young adults, and their caregivers in marginalized communities to cultivate hope, as well as an improved quality and optimistic life.
Meet the Board of Directors and WFF Developers
Founder & CEO
Director of Community Development
(Director of Human Resource
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Walking alongside parents to help them discover ways to advocate and help their teens and young adults cope & fight through life l challenges which may be causing mental stress to reduce the risky behaviors, self-harm, self-medicating or sadly suicide.
We Fight Foundation Inc. (WFF) are working together to NORMALIZE the conversations about mental illnesses and mental health; especially in our black communities. It is going to take a village to get this done. We are always looking to collaborate with like wise organizations to expand our reach. WFF are passionate about our teens and young adults. Many of them are experiencing anxiety, depression, PTSD due to their environments and many of them are just lost because they cannot explain to anyone what they are experiencing because often times, they do not understand why they are having racing thoughts and/or feeling the way they are feeling.
Our foundation focuses on those at risk teens, aged out foster kids and any other teens or young adults who many have given up on but they still need genuine guidance. WFF provides support, coaching, mentoring, resources, programs and most importantly love to teens and young adults. WFF want them to know they are not alone!