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Become a Member of Youth Power

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Youth Power (YP)

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As a member, you stand with hundreds of young people across the state in saying that you believe in what we are doing and want to strengthen the numbers behind our mission. Becoming a member means you get all the latest information about things that are important to young people and give as much of your time to us as you want or can. Youth Power is a safe space for those looking to organize advocacy, to speak out and amplify their voices for change. Stand proud as part of a movement working to change systems and pave the way for the next generation of youth by becoming a member today.

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AdvocacyDisability RightsLGBTQ SupportSelf-AdvocacyTraining and Technical AssistanceYouth Peer Support and Advocacy

Related Terms

YPadvocatechangemental healthpeer advocatesystems
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NY Connects
1-800-342-9871

Suicide Crisis Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) Toll Free
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Child Abuse & Maltreatment Hotline
1-800-342-3720, Toll Free
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Vulnerable Persons Central Register (VPCR) Hotline
800-624-4143 Toll Free

Family/Youth Support and Peer Advocacy

Information and support for individuals and families with behavioral, emotional, physical and/or mental health challenges.

Financial Assistance

Help given to a person or organization in the form of money, loans, reduced taxes, etc.

Legal/Civil Rights/Protective Services

Information regarding the discrimination against people with physical/mental disabilities, as well as information on protective services.

Training and Technical Assistance

Planning, development, delivery, and evaluation of activities designed to achieve specific learning objectives and help resolve problems.

Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council