Expedite mental health recovery in southeast youths

A fundraiser by Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian foundation
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The story of Chima, a native of Ndiohia in Ogbenneisii in IMO State is a lesson to majority of youths today. Chima age 28 was an energetic and young promising youth, who in early 2018 exacerbate mental health problem as a result of substance abuse, alcoholism. With immediate and joint intervention of two of my friends and I, Chima was brought back to life.

In Nigeria, at least one in five youth aged 9-17 years currently has a diagnosable mental health disorder that causes some degree of impairment; one in 10 has a disorder that causes significant impairment.The most common mental illnesses in adolescents are anxiety, mood, and behavior disorders.

The goal of the expedite mental health recovery in Southeast, youths, a project on GlobalGiving is to offer education and mental health support, nurtures self-confident, independent, and productive individuals. Your donation can make a difference in the life of a youth who, owing to bad governance and social issues around extreme generational poverty, civic failure, hardship, violence and unemployment have lost all hope. Did you know that for just $10, Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation can provide medication and proper counselling to ourir erring youths, “Join me by donating $1 for every hour you (or a loved one) needed help in life. Victimization comes in all shapes and sizes, but one thing we have in common is that most of us have undergone such situations and successfully come out of it. Let’s make sure the youths are protected and their future and aspirations are assured too.

This fundraiser is benefitting this project:

$50 of $1,000 goal
Raised by 1 donor in 9 months
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$50 USD    from Bamgboye T.
9 months ago
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