The Grant Halliburton Foundation works to strengthen the network of mental health resources for children, teens, and young adults; promote better mental health; and prevent suicide. It was established in 2006 in memory of Grant Halliburton, a Dallas teen who battled depression and bipolar disorder for several years before his suicide death at the age of 19.
The Foundation that bears his name works to help families and young people recognize the signs of mental illness through a variety of avenues including mental health education, collaboration, encouragement, and information.
Your time and talent can make a real difference in young people's lives. Whether providing support for a fundraising event, helping at the mental health conference, volunteering at the mental health helpline, or assisting around the office, it's through the efforts of ordinary people that extraordinary things can happen in the community.
Mental health navigators are volunteers who are trained in case management and mental health education. Navigators will respond to incoming calls and offer mental health information, resources, and encouragement. No professional mental health experience is required.
The I AM H·E·R·E Coalition is working to strengthen the network of mental health resources for teens and young adults in North Texas through the collaboration and cooperation of all stakeholders. Join by emailing email@example.com or head here.
Grant Halliburton Foundation is working to change the way people address teen and young adult mental health in North Texas. To do this, they raise vital funds through three annual fundraising events: Beacon of Hope Community Luncheon, Connection H·E·R·E's Bingo Bash, and The Hope Party. Head here to learn more.