Every year, tens of thousands of teenagers struggle with thoughts of depression, deep sadness, isolation, suicide, stress and the feeling of helplessness. Sadly, and too often, the parents of these teens are the last to learn this, and sometimes too late to take action.
However, today, there are so many terrific resources in formats that teenagers can understand, to help them in multiple ways with these issues, while still allowing teens to retain their privacy and dignity.
From our interactive and engaging Teen Talent Showcase, social media pages, monthly newsletter, and Mental Wellness blog, our mental health resources are designed to reach teens and young adults through several formats in both digital and live channels.
In Memory of Jake Kallen
Elliot formerly served as Board President of The Boys and Girls Club of the Diablo Valley, and remains actively involved today. He has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for this organization, which is on the front lines in providing athletic, social and cultural programming to the children of Diablo Valley. Elliot is also active with The Fallen Heroes Charity.
Prior to joining A Brighter Day, Tammy spent 25 years in the Pharmaceutical Industry where she was a leader in the dermatological field.
Faith Summit Speech
A Letter from Elliot Kallen
Please don’t hesitate in contacting us to give your support. We have more than 100 teens come to each of our Annual Teen Talent Showcases in the Bay Area, in both virtual format and indoor and outdoor venues. We hand out to every teen a backpack filled with articles and resources on Stress and Depression for Teens.
We have many donors and supporters now, and that is growing every day. We are always looking for more participation, and hope you can help in furthering our cause. There are many ways to have a super day with A Brighter Day.
Thank you for your support.