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At Jana Marie Foundation we generate conversations that highlight the importance of mental, emotional, and social well-being and foster understanding, acceptance, and community action.
Helping young men explore their sense of purpose through creative expression from comics and cartoons to rap and hip-hop.
Audience: Young men grades 6-8.
Offering young women a time for self-reflection, expression through art, and connectivity to other students and local community.
Audience: Young women grades 6-8.
Elevating awareness of mental health issues with a series of community events and programs throughout the month of May.
Creating a space where parents and teens can come together to learn, grow, and flourish through a three part series focused on connecting, communicating, and contributing.
Audience: Middle/High School students and their parent/caregiver
Working with artists, schools, and community organizations to stomp out the stigma associated with mental illness.
Providing young women across Centre County an opportunity to build personal strength and self-confidence through a fun and interactive day.
Audience: Young women grades 6-12.
Exploring mother-daughter relationship through creative expression, engaging activities, and a variety of communication tools.
Audience: Young women (grades 6-8) and their mothers or caregivers.
"Mokita" — a known truth that is left unspoken. Combining art, poetry, and community dialogues to address topics like poverty, suicide, disabilities, and other "elephants in the room."
Reflecting on one of the leading causes of death in the United States and help our community focus on prevention throughout the month of September.
“It was a great retreat! The day reinforced the importance of quality time, positive communications, and authentic connections. I really enjoyed all of it!”Jill W.
“Today I was inspired to be ME!”Rosalie
“The wellness forum helped me relax and calm down. It showed me that not everyone is perfect and that you don’t have to be.”Lauren
“I made new friends and learned it was okay to talk about my feelings.”Anonymous