Non-profit Minute: A Brighter Day, helping teens and their parents come out from the storm

Life Can Be Hard As You Transition Into Adulthood.

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With all the struggles our young children face everyday, it also hard enough being a teen. It is great to know that there are charities nationwide right and ready to end the cloudy days.

I was writing about one subject, and had come across a non-profit all the way in California. But that is ok,they have a hot line, so no matter where you are they are there to help.

And after all that has happened here in St. Louis, we need a whole lot of brighter days. To get our young teens back into the books and back in the classrooms with a stable focus.

A Brighter Day Charity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2015. It is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and works to bring awareness to teen mental health, provide educational resources to parents and teens, and ultimately stop teen suicide.

A Brighter Day was founded by Elliot Kallen, President at Prosperity Financial Group, and his wife Tammy, in memory of their son, Jake Kallen.

Our Mission

A Brighter Day unites stress and depression resources with teens and their parents with the goal of stopping teen suicide.

Life Can Be Hard As You Transition Into Adulthood.

It’s okay to feel confused and lost.

It’s okay to feel like you don’t have the emotional resources to deal with life’s challenges. 

It’s okay to be less than perfect.

No matter how hard it is, or how hard it gets, you’ll always be able to make it through.

Need to talk? TEXT “BRIGHTER” TO 741741



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