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Teen Mental Health

  • The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program hosted the fourth part of a series focusing on teen mental health in the Roaring Fork Valley. The discussion took place on April 22nd and aired in June to celebrate Pride Month.
  • On this month's episode of Soul Connection, Sarah and Zenobia are joined by Lindsey Lupow, program director of HeadQuarters. Lindsey talks about why she loves her job and shares her excitement for a new MFIT program that HeadQuarters is developing.
  • Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program Intern Zenobia Todd and Sarah Fedishen of the Aspen Hope Center discuss the second part of AZYEP's mental health roundtable discussion, "Reconnecting With Conversation: Relationships." The discussion was held on July 11 and aired on KDNK on August 3.
  • The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program, Aspen Hope Center and Aspen Community Foundation hosted the second part of a series focusing on teen mental health in the Roaring Fork Valley. The conversation took place on July 11th and focused on teen relationships with each other and with the adults in their lives.
  • Adele Craft and Zenobia Todd of the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program talk with Sarah Fedishen of the Aspen Hope Center about their recent teen mental health roundtable event. They discuss highlights of the event, what they learned, and strategies for staying mentally well.
  • The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program and the Aspen Hope Center hosted a roundtable conversation called "Reconnecting with Conversation." Students from Bridges High School, Roaring Fork High School, Glenwood Springs High School, Basalt High School, and Aspen High School, along with community members, educators, and organization leaders, came together to discuss teen mental health. Topics included mental health observations, schools and mental health, parent/teen communication, and mental health strategies.Participants included students from the various high schools, the AZYEP internship cohort, Adele Craft, Beth Wysong, Aspen Hope Center's Sarah Fedishen, Michelle Muething and Brandon Jones, Mid Valley Family Practice, Aspen Strong, James Steindler of the Sopris Sun, Amanda Petersen of FocusedKids, Jason Hodges, and educators – Garrett Peters, Maggie Riley, and Sunny McClain.