The workshop will feature speakers and breakout groups where you will learn strategies on how to support youth responsibly with their devices.
What is LOVE presents a series of after-school workshops for teens!
Starting Tuesday November 13th, 2018 from 3:30-5pm.
Following workshop dates: 11/20/18, 11/27/18, 12/4/18, 12/11/18, and 12/18/18.
Located at 1219 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA (in Youth Interactive Building)
$5 donation per class suggested.
See you all then!
What is LOVE, a YouthWell Coalition member is happy to partner with Impact Hub for 17 AGAIN • A community conversation about teen mental health today – a mental wellness night providing parents and our community with tools and resources to support youth. Discover what it is like to be in high school today, and to learn more about how teen mental health affects EVERYONE. This interactive night will feature a panel of experienced community professionals who will provide you with tangible tools on how to talk to someone who is struggling, what relevant warning signs to look out for, how to take care of yourself, and what resources are offered in Santa Barbara.
Tuesday, February 6th! DINE WITH A CAUSE at Chipotle downtown, 723 State Street from 5pm-7pm. You must show this post or tell the cashier, you are supporting What is LOVE to make sure 50% of all sales are donated to What is LOVE to educate teens in our local schools about healthy dating.
What is LOVE and the Youth Wellness Connection Clubs launch the Love Yourself campaign in February at all high schools to bring awareness to healthy dating and friendships. We will be promoting important relationship qualities such as respect, communication, loyalty, kindness, balance, and trust.
‘What is LOVE’ founder shares thoughts on mass shootings linked to domestic violence
The Santa Barbara Public Library hosted a Parent-Teen Workshop about the show Thirteen Reasons Why on September 27th and October 4th. The show candidly discusses teen suicide, dating violence, sexual assault and bullying. It paints an accurate if disturbing picture of some aspects of teenage life. See the the parent and teen responses to, “How can we support you better?”