About This Program

Since the pandemic started at the end of 2019, teenagers reluctantly began to stay home for an unpromising length of time. Their social life, friends, school, and normality were taken away and unfamiliarity took place. As time went on, many teenagers suffered from depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses due to staying in limited areas for an extensive amount of time. In addition, the unemployment rate continued to increase and their parents also lost their jobs, so the whole family had to stay in the same space 24/7. As a result, a significant number of teenagers are put in an environment where domestic violence and domestic squabble are inevitable. Before the pandemic, students had a chance to talk about these problems to their school teachers or counselors, but those opportunities no longer exist when they can’t go to school. When all help is gone, it is the kids who have to handle the problems alone. 

 

The project, Anonymous Wall, is created for these teenagers to share their stories and situations, so they can have a place to lean on. Everything they share will be sent to local or nation psychologists, doctors, domestic violence counselors, and other professionals ANONYMOUSLY. When someone decides to share his or her story, we will try our best to connect each person with the most appropriate professionals, so every single one of them will have the fullest experience and solution through our program. In addition, this program will not end with one chance or conversation but a continuous bond and support from all of our staff. 

 

All the above is going to be offered for free so don’t be afraid to contact us!