A couple of weeks ago, a 21-year-old Chinese girl, junior at UPenn, committed suicide. A few days ago, a 19-year-old WashU sophomore (a graduate from Gunn High Class 2014) killed herself on the Palo Alto railroad track. Many of our young people are struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. We need to look at this problem seriously and take action to help them develop healthy mental/emotional health. Please come and support the Children’s Mental Health Awareness Campaign on May 7, 2016.
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City of Fremont Human Services Department – Youth and Family Services Division (YFS) would like to raise community awareness about the importance of children’s positive mental health.

In support of this campaign, FUSS welcomes everyone to come to the Children’s Health Fair hosted by ClubSport Fremont on May 7, 2016 – National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day; and to participate in the special “Digitize Your Photos”fundraising event co-sponsored by Vision Graphics

Come and get important student emotional and mental information and resource materials from Fremont Youth and Family Services.

Bring in your old printed family photos, have them digitized and stored on a USB Drive, and help raise money for children’s mental health programs.

Stop by the Children’s Health Fair and enter in to win a 3 month summer family membership at ClubSport Fremont. You will also get a complimentary “Stretch & Release” class from 11:45am – 12:45pm on the event day.

If you have any suggestions to support this campaign, please feel free to share them with us at events@fuss4schools.org, or visit us on May 7, 2016.

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