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No Name-Calling Week: Western Youth Services’ Stand Against Bullying

Anti-Bullying Training

In the pursuit of creating safe and inclusive spaces for youth, Western Youth Services is proud to observe No Name-Calling Week, a dedicated initiative to raise awareness about the impact of bullying on mental health. At our core, we recognize the importance of fostering empathy, resilience, and positive character development to combat bullying and create […]

Tips to Support Youth During Mental Wellness Month

mental wellness month

January marks Mental Wellness Month, a time dedicated to fostering awareness and understanding around the importance of mental health. At Western Youth Services, we believe in empowering youth with the tools they need to navigate the complexities of mental well-being. In this blog post, we’ll take a deeper look into valuable tips to support and […]

Embracing New Beginnings: A New Year’s Day Reflection

New Year's Day Reflection

As the clock strikes midnight, we bid farewell to the old and usher in the promise of a new year. New Year’s Day is not just a date on the calendar; it’s a symbol of hope, renewal, and fresh starts. At Western Youth Services, we recognize the profound impact that new beginnings can have on […]

Nurturing Youth Mental Health: Self-Care Tips for a Resilient New Year

youth mental health

As we stand on the cusp of a new year, Western Youth Services extends warm wishes for a year filled with growth, resilience, and, above all, positive mental well-being. The journey into the New Year provides an excellent opportunity to prioritize youth mental health. In this blog post, we’ll explore essential self-care tips tailored for […]

Navigating Joy: A Guide to a Stress-Free Holiday Season with Western Youth Services

A Guide to a Stress-Free Holiday Season with Western Youth Services

As the festive season approaches, Western Youth Services invites you to join us in celebrating National Stress-Free Family Holidays Month throughout December. In a world often bustling with activities and expectations, this month serves as a dedicated time to prioritize the mental well-being of our youth and families. At Western Youth Services, we understand the […]

Giving Tuesday: Empowering Youth Mental Health through Your Generosity

Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday, celebrated annually on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is a global movement dedicated to giving back. It’s a day where people come together to support various causes and make a positive impact in their communities. At Western Youth Services (WYS), we invite you to join us in this meaningful endeavor by supporting our mission […]

Cultivating Mental Wellbeing through Gratitude: National Gratitude Month

National Gratitude Month

November is not only the season of falling leaves and cozy sweaters, but also the time to celebrate National Gratitude Month. This month, dedicated to fostering a culture of thankfulness, serves as a timely reminder of the significant impact gratitude can have on mental wellbeing, particularly among young individuals. In this blog post, we will […]

Navigating Grief on International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day: Tips for Youth

Survivors of Suicide

Every year, International Survivors of Suicide Day, observed on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, provides an opportunity to come together and remember those we have lost to suicide. It’s a day to honor their lives and offer support to the survivors left behind. In this blog post, we address the grief experienced by the youth and […]