Pittsburgh Media Covers JHF Teen Mental Health Advocacy

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation's (JHF's) work to promote teen mental health was featured in a Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle article on November 15. Since 2018, JHF has managed the PA Youth Advocacy Network to raise youth voice on this important issue, and the Foundation began the Teen Mental Health Collaborative in 2020 to convene community-based organizations in response to the rising teen mental health crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more in the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle here: 'Teens are in trouble' as national mental health crisis escalates

Read about youth advocate Abby Rickin-Marks' journey with the PA Youth Advocacy Network in the Pittsburgh City Paper: Pittsburgh teen uses own experiences with anxiety and depression to help others 

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