Youth Speak has reached over 150,000 students, parents, teachers since it's inception in 2003. With your support we can reach out to more youth and give hope!
YouthSpeak is a registered charity #81614 3515 RROOO1
YouthSpeak contributes to the mental and social well-being of students who may be facing challenges by creating awareness that bullying, mental health, and addiction impacts everyone in the community. To empower youth who face challenges through leadership training, in order to increase their social and emotional strengths and positively impact their world by sharing their personal stories in assemblies and workshops.
An Approved Program of York Catholic District School Board, Toronto District School Board, Toronto Catholic District School Board.
YouthSpeak helps students who may be facing challenges with bullying, mental health and addiction.
Listen to our speakers tell their story.
Know that you are never alone.
The Rogers PS students rated your program #1 out of all the programs they had at the school that year…no surprise there, you guys are amazing!!!
I wanted to send an email to say how wonderful ALL the speakers were. What a tremendous amount of courage to get up and share their stories!! I was truly touched by each of their stories and I have already had many teachers come to me to share many positive comments about the speakers and their messages
I’ve had several students so moved, that they are going back to their clinical placements, and looking at ways to engage youth and mental health. I have noticed increased empathy, awareness and understanding relating to youth mental health
Students commented that YouthSpeak was one of their most beneficial parts of the days. We have seen an increase in students asking for help following the conference, which included the assembly.
I have never attended a school – wide assembly where the audience was as captivated as they were in listening to these moving stories of personal struggles and journeys.
I was blown away by the response of our students; they actively participated in the conversations and truly appreciated the courage of the speakers to share their stories
Increase empathy and resilience
Increase in number of students connected to support
Improved knowledge for parents