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About Us 

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Help Us Save A Family!

We envision a world where suicide no longer exists and mental health is normalized.

Mom and Daughter

We fight alongside other parents and their child to help them create safe spaces to have effective conversations about mental health and create healthy coping skills to build resilience.

We help parents identify strategies, tools, protective factors, preventive measures which are critical to build positive relationships, and positive environments so the parent and child will have more positive experiences on their mental wellness journey.

Why what we do is so important?

Mental health has become a major issue among youth impacting their positive development. Researchers proclaim that 10-20% of youth are affected by mental illnesses. External pressures such as social media, peers, toxic schools and/or living environments is causing these numbers to grow.

  • Minorities of underserved communities are at high risk for experiencing mental illness, including youth who are exposed to trauma, violence, homeless, foster care, or the child welfare system.

  • Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for youth ages 10 - 24.

  • Homicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for young people ages 10-24.

  • Too many parents have buried their children at a tender age due to homicides and suicides.

  • Based on the most recent Youth Risk Behaviors Survey from 2017, 7.4 percent of youth in grades 9-12 reported that they had made at least one suicide attempt in the past 12 months.

  • African Americans: 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population


  • Early intervention and treatment can help lessen the impact of a mental health disorder and improve life positive outcomes.

We Fight Foundation Inc. is not a substitute for mental health treatment; however, we are a great addition to any treatment plan.

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