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What a way to end our benefit season! Let’s give HOPE!! Thank you Grant Halliburton Foundation for letting us team up with you!
Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, January 25, at 6:30 p.m. for an exclusive virtual screening of The Upstanders: Finding Strategies for Cyberbullying! 🎥🍿

The Grant Halliburton Foundation is excited to partner with iNDIEFLIX to present a free virtual mental health film for interested Prince of Peace families. ⭐️ This is a one-time virtual screening and registration is required; please reference Friday's e-newsletter for the link to register.
Another one of our top ten stories for 2021 features Vanita Halliburton, Co-Founder of Grant Halliburton Foundation. In January 2006 after her son Grant died by su***de, the foundation bearing his name began creating opportunities for education around mental health in our community and helping families avoid the tragedy that Vanita experienced. ⁠

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https://www.dallasdoinggood.com/doing-good/vanita-halliburton-shining-light-on-the-mental-health-stigma?rq=vanita
Resilience (n.): the capability to recover quickly from difficulties or toughness. 💪

Mrs. Lindsey Encinias, Manager of Outreach and Education at the Grant Halliburton Foundation, visited Upper School students today for meaningful "Bounce Back" presentations on resiliency. 👏 It's all too easy to turn bumps into mountains – even the simple roadblocks that individuals can learn from. Students learned, however, that with a coach's mindset and the right outlook, individuals may avoid falling into negative thinking traps and even rebound when they do. ⭐️ Thank you to Mrs. Encinias for both joining us and guiding such a productive dialogue on mental health!

The Grant Halliburton Foundation is a Dallas-based non-profit organization focused on adolescent mental health and su***de presentation.

Addressing the crowd of supporters of the Grant Halliburton Foundation, Shelley and Jeff Becker share their family loss, together with their successful effort to use the legislative process to help other teens and families overcome mental illness. Proud and grateful to have partnered with Shelley and Jeff and Representative John Turner to pass HB 3121.
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Let’s get this HOPE Party started Grant Halliburton Foundation

TO GIVE:
https://www.granthalliburton.org
Thrilled to be serving as emcee for this years Hope Party supporting the work of Grant Halliburton Foundation tickets are going fast! https://www.granthalliburton.org/hopeparty
Hello Everyone,
My name is Alma, and I’m with The Venus Morris Griffin Scholarship Fund, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization. We would like to let you know that our annual scholarship is now open for high school seniors in the US. The Annual Scholarship is for $10,000 and is not academic-based, and is available for students with an incarcerated parent. We invite any qualified students in the US, you know. We are still accepting applicants online. For more information, you can visit our website or contact me at [email protected] for the scholarship opportunity.

Thank you and I hope this would help anyone.
Join us and Jessica Look from Grant Halliburton Foundation this Wednesday at 10am!

This webinar will offer straight talk about adolescent stress, mental health, and how to prevent su***de in young people. The presenter will show participants how to recognize stress and depression; the warning signs of su***de; how to respond to a young person in crisis; and provide tools and resources to keep youth SAFE!

Register here: https://buff.ly/374Cjju
Grant Halliburton Foundation's "When Life Gives You Teenagers" is a wrap! So happy this event was in-person this year and The Center was able to be a Sticky Note Sponsor. Grant Halliburton Foundation is a valued community partner. Supporting mental health education, especially for teens and young adults, has never been more important.
This short story, winner of the King Lear literary prize, entitled ‘Apple Blossom Time’ gives a patient’s perspective of a dramatic event on a hospital ward.

Elsie's committed su***de in the hospital bathroom. She bought the razor blade in the shop downstairs and by the time the nurse found her the water was as red as the body was white. The bathroom door's locked now, but Elsie's still inside, and the nurses are whispering in corners when they don't think we can hear. They can't understand why she did it. She'd had her foot amputated, it's true, but that's no big deal. She was managing very well on her crutches and was due to have a prosthesis fitted this afternoon, but that's not going to happen now.
Dulcie and I know why she did it though. She found a small ulcer on her right heel this morning and she knew where that would lead. Elsie was seventy years old with no family to look after her and she didn't want to spend her last few years as a cripple in a nursing home.

Dulcie and I don't blame her. We've both considered su***de ourselves so we know the temptation. Dulcie's even tried it. She was brought in barely alive after swallowing a whole bottle of aspirins. The children found her when they came home from school and had the sense to call an ambulance. Dulcie loves her children, but the pain is stronger than the love. I understand that too. If I had children I think I'd sell them to the devil tomorrow in exchange for the pain-free life I fear I'll never have.
I have something Elsie and Dulcie don't have, though. I have the optimism of youth. I'm only twenty-three, with my whole life ahead of me as they say. So far I've wasted four months of it lying in a hospital bed, but things are bound to get better. I just have to get through this bit; this time when the pain makes me suck in my breath and refuse to exhale, when my body's at war with my mind and my mind refuses to accept what the doctors say. The operation was a success, they say and if I'm still in pain it's because I find some psychological satisfaction in it.

I say psychology has a lot to answer for. Every day I'm winched into a warm pool to have my limbs manipulated until my mind accepts that I can do it for myself; every day I'm winched back into the cold air and the shivering starts fresh waves of pain rippling through me. By the time I'm dried and returned to my bed I'm ready to commit su***de myself and I'm cursing Freud with every fibre of my being. No doubt the man had some basis for his theories but they're not right in my case. I think if I'm really mentally ill this is not the cure, but if I'm really mentally ill how would I know?
But I do know. Deep inside me dwells certainty, in a dark and quiet place where there's some sort of comfort. It's a selfish place with no room for other people. There it's just pain and me; there we fight every day, and so far I've won. Know your enemy, they say, and I certainly know this one. I study it carefully, noting the first signs, timing the build-up, concentrating on each swell of agony until I know the pattern it follows. Now I'm ready for it; I prepare my body for it, inhaling with each wave of pain, filling my lungs with it, breathing it out slowly. One day I'll be able to do it instinctively, like driving and holding a conversation; one day I'll be able to do it and talk at the same time; maybe one day I'll even be able to stand up and do it. But for now I just lie in that blackness and endure it.
Comfort's black too. She's one of the growing army of Caribbean nurses arriving in our hospitals. She's a middle-aged woman with a beautiful smile, not fat, but plump enough to justify her name, and there's a serenity and calmness about her that's very restful. I imagine her as a much-loved wife and mother in her real life outside the hospital, the sort of woman who should have a dozen children to sit in her lap and appreciate her home-cooked meals and home-spun wisdom. That Jamaican mother knew what she was doing when she named her baby Comfort.

Campbell's from Scotland and he's hoping to be promoted to sister soon, though I think they're going to have to find another description for him. I've been on his ward longer than any other patient and we've formed a kind of friendship. He's young and good-looking and the first male nurse I've ever met. They're a new phenomenon and a lot of the female patients are still wary of them, but I like it when Campbell turns me in the bed. He's stronger than the women and he lifts me more easily and doesn't drop me so hard. It's still a painful experience, but not quite as bad. He's kind too. Yesterday he came in on his day off to bring me a great armful of apple blossom he'd cut from his garden. We can see the trees in blossom on the heath from here and he must have heard me wishing I could be outside to smell it. He brought his girlfriend with him to visit me and to make sure there was no hint of impropriety. It takes a special kind of person to do something like that on his day off.
Then there's Jenny, the student nurse. She's small and sturdy and nips round the ward in her sensible shoes, fetching bedpans, taking temperatures, lightening everyone's day with her happy smile and constant chatter. She watched my operation as part of her training and obviously enjoyed the experience, though it sounded quite off-putting when she described it to me.
‘They used something like a tiny hammer and chisel and chipped away at the bone,’ she said. ‘If it wasn't for the blood it would have been a bit like watching a sculptor at work.’
No wonder I felt so bruised afterwards, though I'd have described it more like being hit with a sledgehammer and then being expected to lie on the bruises. It's a good thing Jenny doesn't mind the blood though. She'll probably get the job of cleaning up the bathroom after they've moved the body. She gets all the rotten jobs, like scrubbing bedpans and wiping up vomit, but she doesn't seem to mind any of them, though I suspect she's not as unmoved as she seems to be at this moment. According to the porter she was the one who discovered the body and that can't have been nice. It must be a shock to lose a patient in that way, especially a patient who was doing so well in terms she understands. She's too young and healthy to be afraid of helpless old age and young enough to view this as a senseless death she should have prevented, but she's putting a professional face on it, making beds and washing patients as though she has nothing but the immediate job on her mind.

They'll close all the ward doors and pull down the blinds at the windows when they take the body out and they'll pretend we don't know what's happened, but it's difficult not to know everything in a place like this. There's a reason why the bathroom's closed for cleaning and we all know what it is. It just won't be mentioned when Elsie fails to return. Her bed will be wheeled out and we'll be left to assume she's moved to another ward, though everyone knows we'll assume no such thing. None of us will sleep that well tonight, staff and patients alike. We'll all have a lot to think about and regret.
We're all learning to keep our problems to ourselves and keep smiling through the bad times, though I can't always manage it when I'm in that black place. Then I just ignore everyone, and they have the sense to ignore me. It’s the best way. I've watched the nurses with the other patients who've come and gone. They don't like the ones who are full of complaints and self-pity. Those patients get professional treatment but they don't get the apple blossom. It's the same with visitors. They don't stay long when all they hear is complaints, but when my sisters come and we laugh ourselves silly, everyone wants to join in.
These are the things I remember each morning as I pin the smile on my face, take up my burden of pain and prepare to carry it through the day. These are the reasons I don't blame Elsie and Dulcie, or anyone else who makes a different decision. Every day's a choice, and one day I might make a different one myself.
This story was written by Jeannette Warren and is the winner of the King Lear Prize for new writers over 65.
For details of Peter’s novels and collections of short stories search Peter Sykes on Amazon Books

The Foundation promotes awareness and understanding of youth mental health and su***de prevention. Grant Halliburton Foundation offers a variety of presentations and conferences on mental wellness, su***de prevention, bullying, self-harm and other issues impacting youth mental health, including the annual educational conference When Life Hands You Teenagers.

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11/28/2022

It's Cyber Monday! Did you know you can support The Grant Halliburton Foundation through Amazon Smile today? Just shop through our link, and a Amazon will donate a percentage of sales today. Thank you for your support!

Find our link here ➡ smile.amazon.com/ch/20-5643050

11/25/2022

Make a difference this Black Friday when you shop for holiday gifts on Amazon, or buy groceries this holiday at either Tom Thumb or Kroger. A portion of each sale goes to Grant Halliburton Foundation!

Find out more about our giving partners on our website ➡ granthalliburton.org/waystogive

11/23/2022

This Thanksgiving, we give thanks for you and all that you do to make our work possible. ❤️🧡💛

Our offices will be closed 11/24 and 11/25. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

11/20/2022

Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors the memory of those murdered because of anti-transgender prejudice, is recognized annually on November 20.

36% of LGBTQ youth reported that they have been physically threatened or harmed, and those who did attempted su***de at nearly triple the rate of those who did not in the past year. (The Trevor Project)

Resource for Help:
Trans Lifeline — (877) 565-8860

11/19/2022

Today is International Survivors of Su***de Loss Day. To all su***de loss survivors: you are not alone. 💙

11/18/2022

Have you checked out The Hope Party auction? It ends tonight at 9:40 p.m.

This year's robust silent, Big Board, and live auction has something for everyone –– amazing trips, exclusive experiences, and one-of-a-kind items you can't live without, including a special holiday shopping section.

We hope you bid often and donate big to help support Grant Halliburton Foundation's youth mental health and su***de prevention programs in North Texas.

CHECK IT OUT: https://one.bidpal.net/hopeparty/browse/all

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 11/16/2022

A huge thank you to CraftWay Kitchen for hosting their first annual Golf Classic to support Grant Halliburton Foundation on Monday the 7th. And to all the players and supporters who participated and volunteered — we appreciate you!

11/15/2022

We’re so grateful for your support, CraftWay Kitchen! It was great event and we’re honored to be the beneficiary.

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Last Monday, November 7th, we had the opportunity as a restaurant group and community to come together for an amazing cause. When we first decided do host a charity golf tournament we were lost at the idea of who would benefit most. We knew of The Grant Halliburton Foundation and decided that they would be the best fit for us.

Su***de is all around us. Many of us, unfortunately, know a person, friend, or family member who have chosen that route. We want to keep the conversation going regarding mental health in the work place as well as at home. The Grant Halliburton Foundation thrives on continuing the education of mental health and provides a safe place to gather or just talk.

Thank you to everyone who came out and donated. Thank you to our Title Sponsors, Ben Garrison and Bacardi. Thank you The Grant Halliburton Foundation, Kevin and Lauren for your continued effort to fight the good fight.

Looking forward to next year!

11/14/2022

Our work is possible because of you. Join us!⁠

Your time and talent can make a real difference in young people’s lives. Whether providing support for a fundraising event, a conference, or assisting around our office, it’s through the efforts of people like you that we can do extraordinary things in our community. ⁠

For more information and to sign up, visit our website ➡️granthalliburton.org/volunteer

11/11/2022

To all who served, thank you for your service!

11/09/2022

Live in hope! 💙

11/07/2022

Are you struggling during this holiday season? You're not alone. Call our Here For Texas Mental Health Navigation Line at 972.525.8181 for help finding resources and treatment options tailored for you.⁠

Learn more at ➡️ granthalliburton.org/herefortexas

Hope Squad Looks to Break Mental Health Stigma Among North Texas Students 11/05/2022

Hope Squad Looks to Break Mental Health Stigma Among North Texas Students

Thank you at NBC DFW for highlighting our recent inaugural Hope Squad state conference with The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation and The Grace Loncar Foundation! ❤️

Hope Squad Looks to Break Mental Health Stigma Among North Texas Students North Texans are doing to break the stigma of mental health issues. Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer su***de prevention program in which students are nominated by their peers and trained to watch for at-risk students, provide friendship, identify warning signs, and seek help from adults.

Grant Halliburton Foundation's Hope Party gives thanks to supporters 11/04/2022

Grant Halliburton Foundation's Hope Party gives thanks to supporters

Thank you Preston Hollow Advocate for your coverage of our Hope Party Patrons and Appreciate event Bachendorf's Galleria a few weeks ago! We can't wait for the big event in just two weeks!

Grant Halliburton Foundation's Hope Party gives thanks to supporters The Grant Halliburton Foundation held an appreciation event prior to this year's Hope Party, which happens next month.

11/04/2022

Listen to hope. 💙

11/02/2022

Congratulations to our community engagement manager, Laura Montgomery Peña, for completing the Volunteer Management Certificate Program with CNM!

Congratulations to one of our largest graduating classes for our Volunteer Management Certificate Program! This group wasted no time sharing success stories, working through case studies, and learning everything it takes to run an engaging volunteer program.

"I enjoyed the dialogue we created about what's happening in their volunteer programs right now," said class instructor Corina Sadler, who loves to have her students share their real world experience.

11/02/2022

Have you joined GHFYP yet? Our members support the Grant Halliburton Foundation, and is for North Texas young professionals in their 20s and 30s.

Find out more ➡️granthalliburton.org/ghf-yp

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 10/31/2022

Happy Halloween from the Grant Halliburton Foundation crew! 🎃 We had a spook-tacular celebration at the office. 👻 Congratulations to this year's costume award winners:

Funniest - Kristien, Chef 👩‍🍳
Most Creative - Cerena, Fortune Teller 🔮
Best Overall - Elizabeth, Witch 🧙‍♀️

We hope everyone has a fun and safe holiday!

10/31/2022

This week is your last chance to purchase a tribute to a loved-one to be displayed on our beautiful Tribute Wall — a new special feature of the Hope Party this year! ⁠
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Tributes are on sale now at ➡️one.bidpal.net/hopeparty

Photos from Stroll Preston Hollow North's post 10/30/2022

We ❤️ Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Hope Squad!

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 10/28/2022

On Thursday, October 20, more than 1,000 Hope Squad members across North Texas attended the first ever Texas-Sized Hope Squad Conference to learn how to break the stigma of mental health and provide help and hope to their fellow students and communities. ❤️

Grant Halliburton Foundation collaborated with The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation and The Grace Loncar Foundation to put on this important event. Thank you to our partners, volunteers, and to Arlington ISD for hosting us at their beautiful facility.

Learn more about Hope Squad and the conference on our Connect blog at: http://ow.ly/QR0f50LoyGz

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Photos from Here For Texas's post 10/28/2022

Photos from Here For Texas's post

Helping Young People Thrive 10/28/2022

Helping Young People Thrive

Learn more about Thrive, a comprehensive strategy developed by Grant Halliburton Foundation for mental, social, and emotional health in schools. This program incorporates evidence-based best practices targeted to three critical audiences: students, faculty/staff, and parents.

Helping Young People Thrive Thrive is a comprehensive strategy developed by Grant Halliburton Foundation for mental, social, and emotional health in schools. In addition to the Foundati...

Timeline photos 10/27/2022

Here we grow again! We’re happy to share that we recently hired Elizabeth Jurado, MSW, CFSW, as a mental health resources manager, Hispanic outreach, and Yvonne Williams, MPA, as an outreach and education manager.

Join us in welcoming them to the Grant Halliburton Foundation team! 💚

Grant Halliburton Foundation Hosts The Hope Party Patrons Event at Bachendorf's Galleria Dallas — Grant Halliburton Foundation 10/26/2022

Grant Halliburton Foundation Hosts The Hope Party Patrons Event at Bachendorf's Galleria Dallas — Grant Halliburton Foundation

Check out our latest blog post about our Hope Party Patrons and Appreciation event on October 12 at Bachendorf's Galleria!

Grant Halliburton Foundation Hosts The Hope Party Patrons Event at Bachendorf's Galleria Dallas — Grant Halliburton Foundation Grant Halliburton Foundation hosted The Hope Party Patrons and Appreciation Event at Bachendorf’s Galleria Dallas on October 12 to thank sponsors and supporters of the upcoming annual fundraiser. The Hope Party co-chair Diana Hamilton gave remarks and welcomed guests to the event.

10/26/2022

NEW THIS YEAR! We've added something special to keep our purpose behind The Hope Party even more top of mind. You can now purchase a spot in memory or in honor of someone special to be displayed on a special tribute wall at the event. 💜⁠

Tributes are on sale now at ➡️ne.bidpal.net/hopeparty/browse/all(details:item/2)

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 10/25/2022

Grant Halliburton Foundation hosted The Hope Party Patrons and Appreciation Event at Bachendorf’s Galleria Dallas on October 12 to thank sponsors and supporters of the upcoming annual fundraiser. Special thanks to the The Hope Party event committee:

Honorary Co-chairs: Lael and Peter Brodsky

Event Co-chairs: Jennifer Burns and Diana Hamilton

Auction Chair: Miles Parker

Décor Chair: Catherine New

Tribute Wall Chair: Amanda Bailey

Wine Pull Co-chairs: Machelle Davenport and Melissa Sherrill Martin

We can't wait for November 18!

10 Things to Know About Cerena — Grant Halliburton Foundation 10/24/2022

10 Things to Know About Cerena — Grant Halliburton Foundation

Meet Cerena Collins – Grant Halliburton Foundation’s office manager. ⁠

A mother to two children, Cerena is passionate about mental health access for all.

Read 10 Things to Know About Cerena on our blog
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10 Things to Know About Cerena — Grant Halliburton Foundation Meet Cerena Collins – Grant Halliburton Foundation’s office manager. Cerena manages a broad range of office and administrative functions, which allows the Foundation to operate efficiently. In general, she’s the office “go-to” person. With a background in fundraising and large events coord...

Photos from Hope Squad's post 10/21/2022

Photos from Hope Squad's post

10/21/2022

Tickets are on sale now for The Hope Party, and new this year — VIP Tickets are available!

The Hope Party is back at The Factory in Deep Ellum and it promises to be our best yet! We hope you’ll join us on Friday, November 18 for this fun-filled evening that supports Grant Halliburton Foundation’s work providing mental health education, resources, and support to North Texas youth and their families.

Tickets are on sale now at ➡️one.bidpal.net/hopeparty/ticketing

10/20/2022

Check out our article at Good Life Family Magazine for more information on how you can best support your kids through stressful times. https://bit.ly/3fgFGuA

Are your kids stressed out?
It's no secret that school can be stressful. Check out our article and our friends over at Grant Halliburton Foundation for more information on how you can best support your kids
https://bit.ly/3fgFGuA

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 10/20/2022

On Tuesday the Foundation's Director of Outreach and Education, Sonya Parker Goode, joined a distinguished panel at the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas 2022 Key Leaders Luncheon. Moderated by WFAA's Cynthia Izaguirre, this year's panel focused on supporting the mental wellbeing of our youth.

Other panelists included Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, Director of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. Jessica Gomez, Licensed Psychologist and Executive Director of Momentous Institute. Thank you YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas for hosting a great event and vital conversation for our community!

Photos from YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas's post 10/20/2022

Photos from YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas's post

10/19/2022

Sponsorships on sale now!

Be a sponsor this year for The Hope Party. Support Grant Halliburton Foundation’s work providing mental health education, resources, and support to North Texas youth and their families, at our fun-filled evening event.

See sponsorship levels ➡️ one.bidpal.net/hopeparty/ticketing(details:ticketing-summary)

10/17/2022

Mental health conditions aren't "simple things" that people can get over. This is why education, understanding and empathy are needed to help remove the stigma surrounding mental health.
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Image via traumabreakthrough on IG

10/17/2022
Poor mental health in US teens exacerbated by negative experiences during Covid-19 pandemic, survey finds | CNN 10/14/2022

Poor mental health in US teens exacerbated by negative experiences during Covid-19 pandemic, survey finds | CNN

According to the CDC, nearly three-quarters of U.S. high school students reported experiencing at least one adverse childhood experience in 2021, including physical and mental abuse, electronic bullying and more.

Poor mental health in US teens exacerbated by negative experiences during Covid-19 pandemic, survey finds | CNN Poor mental health among teens in the United States was a concern before the Covid-19 pandemic, and major disruptions to school and social life since early 2020 have only exacerbated the situation.

Timeline photos 10/14/2022

Volunteers needed! We're in need of volunteers for the first-ever Texas Hope Squad State Conference next Thursday, October 20. Over 1,000 Hope Squad students from across North Texas are registered to attend for a day of connection, networking, and fun.

Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer su***de prevention program. Hope Squad members are nominated by their classmates as trustworthy peers and trained by advisors. The program reduces youth su***de through education, training, and peer intervention.

📆 Thursday, October 20, 2022
📍Arlington ISD Center for Visual and Performing Arts

Sign up at bit.ly/hopeconfvolunteer and contact Laura with any questions at [email protected].

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post 10/14/2022

Photos from Grant Halliburton Foundation's post

10/14/2022

Tickets are on sale now for The Hope Party, and we're super excited about the Silent Auction and Wine Pull! Join us in soliciting items for The Hope Party Silent Auction, or bottles of red and white wine valued at $35 or more.

More information and an auction wish list at ➡️ granthalliburton.org/hopeparty

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