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The Grant Halliburton Foundation has a number of programs aimed at teaching people how to recognize the signs of distress or suicidal crisis in a young person and how to lead them to help.


TAG, You're It! is an educational program presented frequently to audiences of students, teachers, parents and other groups in the community.

When Life Hands You Teenagers

When Life Hands You Teenagers is an annual conference presented by the Grant Halliburton Foundation each September with speakers on adolescent mental health.


Let's support one another.


The Foundation has peer support groups for every member of the family where there is a young person with mental health issues.

Coffee Days

Coffee Days is a peer support group for mothers who have a personal stake in the mental health of a young person.

Dad2Dad

Dad2Dad is a peer support group for fathers who have a personal stake in the mental health of a young person.

Living Room

The Living Room is a peer support group for young people with mental health issues.

 

Let's work together.


By working together, all of us who care about the mental health and well-being of young people can do a better job than any one of us could do alone.


I AM H·E·R·E is the only coalition in North Texas focused solely on teen and young adult mental health.

 

In the News

Read

» Jails and ERs are bad options for mentally ill
by Matt Roberts, The Dallas Morning News, March 2013

» Living proof that mental health care can work
by Garnet Coleman, The Dallas Morning News, March 2013

» Move closer and reach out to people with mental illness
by Dr. Preston Wiles, The Dallas Morning News, March 2013

» Bad news: Mental illness afflicts 1 in 5. Good news: It can be successfully treated.
by Nancy Churnin, The Dallas Morning News, March 2013

» Three ways you can help prevent suicide
by Vanita Halliburton, The Dallas Morning News, February 2013

» Texas faces a silent killer—mental illness
by Clayton McCleskey, The Dallas Morning News, February 2013

» Thankful to have the life I nearly took away
by Jacquielynn Floyd, The Dallas Morning News, February 2013

» Find solutions to the tragedy of mental illness at Dallas symposium
by Nancy Churnin, The Dallas Morning News, January 2013

» Mental health identified as one of seven areas key to children’s health
by Karina Ramirez, Denton Record-Chronicle, January 2013

» A life to admire gave way to a death beyond understanding
by Steve Blow, The Dallas Morning News, January 2013

Watch

» Good Morning Texas: Grant Halliburton Foundation and A Beacon of Hope Luncheon
Foundation president Vanita Halliburton and Barb Farmer, founding chair of the Beacon of Hope Luncheon, share information about the January 30 luncheon and the work of the Grant Halliburton Foundation, January 2013


» Check out these interviews with Foundation president Vanita Halliburton.

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, December 18
The Living Room – Richardson

Thursday, January 8
The Living Room – Dallas I-30
The Living Room – Skillman/Forest

Monday, January 12
Coffee Days

Thursday, January 15
The Living Room – Richardson

Thursday, January 22
The Living Room – Skillman/Forest

Saturday, January 24
Greenhill Fashion Show

Wednesday, January 28
I AM H·E·R·E Coalition meeting

Thursday, February 5
The Living Room – Medical District

Wednesday, February 11
Beacon of Hope Luncheon



Download the Youth Crisis Intervention Resources Directory—a starting point to help you find mental health resources for children, teens and young adults in North Texas.

Developed by the I AM H·E·R·E Coalition, this directory will also be available on the Here For Youth website when it launches.


Explore our brochures to learn how to recognize the signs of depression and suicidal crisis.

Know the Signs

What Parents Should Know

Parents

Resources for Educators

Parents