- On Tuesday, May 17, 2016, Youth M.O.V.E. National hosted its first ever Twitter chat—Speaking Up, Speaking Out: A Youth Perspective on Accessing Services. We wanted to know what the obstacles youth faced when receiving services are and how they overcome them. It was quite the lively and illuminating discussion! Read all the tweets below.
How Service Providers Can Create Meaningful Relationships With Youth
- — Mackenzie Barclay (@NoWorriesIndyYM)Tue, May 17 2016 19:12:34
- — Tyanna McClain (@pretty__desire_)Tue, May 17 2016 19:16:45The Best Advice You Could Give A Service Provider Is To Listen && Allow The Opinions Of Those Who Are Receiving Services.! #MoveItForward
- — Arkansas Youth MOVE (@Youth_MoveAR)Tue, May 17 2016 19:34:57
Who or What Services Youth Turn to When They Need Support
- — Stephinpaws (@x0xchantellex0x)Tue, May 17 2016 19:17:25I try to look to my family, but I also have a mental health support set up with therapists and social workers. https://twitter.com/YouthMOVE/status/732650783850696704 …
- — Change Matrix (@changematrix)Tue, May 17 2016 19:18:32
- — The Black Autist (@BlackAutist)Tue, May 17 2016 20:06:20A2 #MoveItForward: I turn to trusted resources online for self help or talk to either qualified professional or someone in small circle
- — Youth MOVE IN: FWC (@YMFWC)Tue, May 17 2016 19:18:49@YouthMOVE When stressed with a certain matter, i turn to my peers or talk to a professional that i can relate to on a personal level.
#MoveItForward May 17, 2016
Speaking Up, Speaking Out: A Youth Perspective on Accessing Services
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