Need someone to talk to? So do youth in Monterey County.

GHGH Countywide Campaign to bring more counselors to school campuses

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GHGH Youth Taking Charge

Youth leaders ask for county education support for social & emotional health services

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Monterey County girls want more non-academic counselors

GHGH leaders know that youth need more support, can schools provide more non-academic counselors to help students succeed?

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Youth leaders call on Board of Education to Prioritize Social & Emotional Health

Youth leaders want county education leaders to prioritize social & emotional health for youth throughout the county

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GHGH Impact in health, leadership and advocacy is clear

Yearly evaluation shows clear gains for GHGH participants in health, leadership and advocacy

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Girl Leaders Speak at Women’s Fund Luncheon

The Californian highlights the Women’s Fund and its powerful GHGH speakers

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Girl leaders speak on Radio Bilingue

Alza tu Voz, Radio Bilingue’s Youth Focused radio talk show invited members of the GHGH Girls’ Leadership Network (GLN) to be interviewed

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The Salinas Californian prints GHGH Call to Action

On March 12th, 2015, journalist Joe Truskot, of The Salinas Californian printed GHGH’s call to action to sign the youth-led petition in support of prioritizing Social and Emotional Health resources and education throughout the county. Check out the full article here!

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Post-A-Smile Campaign in the news!

The Post-A-Smile Campaign is off to a great start!

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Post-A-Smile Success Across Monterey County!

Check out these updates from the front lines of the Post-A-Smile Campaign!

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Girls’ Health in Girls’ Hands summit aims to empower, KSBW reports

KSBW came to the GHGH ‘Conquer Life With Love’ Summit on March 1st to join in the fun!

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Girl-led Initiative Taking Action on Teen Suicide, Bullying and Health

“I don’t think anyone should ever be left out in the dark. They should always have someone to turn to.”

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