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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.

Managing Stress & Anxiety

Learn how to manage your stress, cope with anxiety, and thrive—even when you’re going through challenging times.

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Preventing Teen Suicide

Learn how to recognize the risk factors for teen suicide, work through your depression, and build emotional resilience.

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Stopping Teen Bullying

Learn how to recognize teen bullying, stand up to it safely, and help prevent it from happening in your social circles.

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A Brighter Day Teen Survival Kit with mental health information resources

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Chip Away at Teen Suicide!

Play, Sponsor or Donate at our 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament hosted this year at Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, CA on Monday June 12th, 2023.

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The Mental Wellness Center

Tips for a Happy & Balanced Emotional Life

Finding the Perfect Mentor For Your Teen

Finding the Perfect Mentor For Your Teen

What does the word “mentor” mean? If you have attended school, played a sport, or were involved in any type of activities that involved a group of people, you have likely heard of the term “mentor.” What does the word “mentor” mean? A mentor is someone who can...

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Mental Health vs. Mental Wellness: What Parents Should Know

Mental Health vs. Mental Wellness: What Parents Should Know

During the month of January, we at A Brighter Day, along with many others, choose to celebrate Mental Wellness Month. Mental Wellness Month is focused on recognizing the importance of attending to our mental health vs. mental wellness, seeing the vast prevalence of...

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The Story Behind

A Brighter Day

Every year, tens of thousands of teenagers struggle with thoughts of helplessness, isolation, depression, and suicide. Sadly, the parents of these teens are the last to learn this, and sometimes after it’s too late to take action.

A Brighter Day was founded to help spread awareness about how to recognize and find help for depression, and to build community through social events.

From my family to yours, I thank you for being part of A Brighter Day Charity.

ELLIOT KALLEN

Founder, A Brighter Day

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