The U.S. Center for Mental Health & Sport, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, develops sport environments that allow for optimum mental wellness by providing mental health training and resources, opening pathways to access additional mental health support services, and committing to the advancement of mental health and sport research.
We have combined efforts with the US Center for Mental Health & Sport to fund mental health training sessions for Minnesota Youth Soccer Association Coaches and staff. Together, we are working towards creating conversations around mental health within youth sports and help establish resources for players throughout their playing careers.
CultureChange is a non-profit organization that strives to promote access to mental health resources through policy change and education.
Culture Change and the Jordyn Clark Foundation have combined efforts to approach working with the youth population in high school settings. The work done by Culture Change is to establish a mental health curriculum that can be implemented in schools nationwide. Together, we are working to help connect with local high schools and create a more positive approach to mental health at a younger age.
Katie’s Save is based on the principle of student-choice. It is a mission to implement a policy where students can opt for a trusted adult ‘Designated Advocate’ to receive notice and provide support when they need it the most.
Sophie's Squad was founded in 2021 to improve the mental health of athletes from youth to college by raising awareness of mental health issues and removing the stigma associated with seeking help.
The Jordyn Clark Foundation was approached by Sophie's Squad to use our slogan, "There is always hope. There is always help." The phrase was a key message used at Jordyn's service and spoken by the family's Pastor, Paul Gauche, who also baptized Jordyn as an infant. We are proud to be able to share this important message with Sophie's Squad, who share our mission and vision.
AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide, including those who have experienced a loss. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health by engaging in the following core strategies: