All that is gold does not glitter. – J.R.R Tolkien
“Learning to love yourself is not easy. As someone who is on the Autism spectrum, I have spent many years trying to do just that. It takes time to understand yourself, to see the value in your strengths and acknowledge your weaknesses. In the past few years I’ve not only gone from a village in the countryside to the big city, but I’ve taken the time to learn about myself. I am more than my depression, my anxiety, or my autism, but they’re all part of me too. I hope to use the experiences I’ve had and the lessons I’ve learned to help other people going through similar situations.”
Join our Team
We are currently recruiting people who have a passion to contribute to the overall well-being of youth by joining our Board of Directors and/or other volunteer opportunities. The benefits of volunteering include excellent opportunity for involvement in a meaningful experience, the satisfaction of making a difference in the community and with youth, an opportunity to work with individuals of diverse backgrounds, the development of effective decision-making skills and an increased understanding of group dynamics and relationships.