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A Nonprofit 501 (c) (3) Organization and Public Charity

PO Box 11037 Lexington KY 40512-1037
425 South Hubbards Lane, No. 333, Louisville KY 40207

859.299.0547 Voice     859.233.1999 Fax

www.YouthAlert.us     info@YouthAlert.us


Our Mission:To bring about a reduction in youth violence, and improve the health and safety of children and youth, though education, volunteerism, and teamwork.”

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The Third YouthAlert! (YA!) Event on February 15, 2014, at JCTC was AMAZING!!!


Thank You all for being a YA! Participant! Thank You to the Media!

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WLKY-32-TV Louisville, KY      Article      Video

WAVE3-TV Louisville, KY         Video

Louisville Courier-Journal       Article      Video

WHAS-11-TV Louisville, KY     Article      Video
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“I write to thank you for sharing with me your efforts to reduce acts of violence among our Commonwealth’s youth. As the father of three daughters, I applaud your desire to challenge our youth to keep our Commonwealth and nation, free from acts of violence. Ensuring that our most vulnerable have a positive support structure is vital to their future development as contributing members of society. Thank you again for sharing your initiative with me and for your advocacy on behalf of Kentucky’s youth.” The Honorable U.S. Senator from the State of Kentucky, Mitch McConnell. 
“As Kentucky’s 76th Secretary of State, I have been and continue to be a committed advocate for victims of violence, and I am proud to support your organizations efforts on this important issue. You dedication is not unnoticed and is an inspiration to man. I send my best regards to you and all attendees of the YouthAlert! Louisville Forum on February 15.” The Honorable Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
“I left there knowing that I will continue to promote change!!! Change the thinking of the youth and we CHANGE the community!!” Kimberly Moore, KimChangesThings, Louisville, KY
“You are doing a great job---the principals need to identify those children who are struggling in such areas and we need to give them a forum for talking or telling us why they act out.” Dr. Timir Banerjee, Founder and Mentor, Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence Among Adolescents (SPAVA), Louisville, KY
“Thank you for inviting me to participate.” Denise G. Clayton, Judge, 4th Appellate District, Division 2, Kentucky Court Of Appeals

“I write to thank you for sharing with me your efforts to reduce acts of violence among our Commonwealth’s youth. As the father of three daughters, I applaud your desire to challenge our youth to keep our Commonwealth and nation, free from acts of violence. Ensuring that our most vulnerable have a positive support structure is vital to their future development as contributing members of society. Thank you again for sharing your initiative with me and for your advocacy on behalf of Kentucky’s youth.” The Honorable U.S. Senator from the State of Kentucky, Mitch McConnell.

 

“As Kentucky’s 76th Secretary of State, I have been and continue to be a committed advocate for victims of violence, and I am proud to support your organizations efforts on this important issue. You dedication is not unnoticed and is an inspiration to man. I send my best regards to you and all attendees of the YouthAlert! Louisville Forum on February 15.” The Honorable Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.


“This conference is extraordinarily important and we are honored here at JCTC that you chose to have it here.” Dr. Anthony Newberry, President, and CEO, Jefferson Community & Technical College (JCTC), Louisville, KY

 

“We are very honored to be media sponsors and we want to thank you for what you are doing and this is just the tip of the iceberg.  It's going to continue.” Ann Bowdan, Reporter, WLKY-32-TV News, Louisville, KY

 

“I left there knowing that I will continue to promote change!!! Change the thinking of the youth and we CHANGE the community!!” Kimberly Moore, KimChangesThings, Louisville, KY

 

“You are doing a great job---the principals need to identify those children who are struggling in such areas and we need to give them a forum for talking or telling us why they act out.” Dr. Timir Banerjee, Founder and Mentor, Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence Among Adolescents (SPAVA), Louisville, KY

 

“Thank you for inviting me to participate.” Denise G. Clayton, Judge, 4th Appellate District, Division 2, Kentucky Court Of Appeals


“The event was phenomenal, emotional, eye opening, a fountain of networks comprised of compassion and purpose to help the younger generation not make the same mistakes you and I did as a youth.” Dustin Milam, PhD, Director, S.O.U.L Clinic of Kentuckiana Inc., Louisville, KY


"I had no idea when I agreed to be a YA presenter that I would learn so much myself!. YA is a great opportunity for everyone, of every age, to hear about research and resources that enrich lives and communities." Susan A. Vessels, Executive Director, Community Coordinated Child Care (4-C), Louisville, KY


"YouthAlert! (YA!) is a very powerful tool having several leaders from various organizations and community leaders coming together to share what they are doing with our youth to help resolve teen violence. Putting these groups and leaders in the same room produced knowledge that is priceless!" Margaret Dunbar-Demaree, CEO/Founder, 1+1=U, Inc. Louisville, KY

YouthAlert! (YA!) Lexington, Kentucky Saturday, September 28, 2013 was a Success! 

YouthAlert! (YA!) Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday, December 7, 2013 was a Success! 

Next YA! Stop Louisville, Kentucky, Saturday, February 15, 2014

 

YouthAlert! (YA!) News! Louisville, KY

     

A Free Youth Violence Prevention Event & Forum

 

“Where Youth and Adults Meet HALFWAY to Reduce Violence”

 

YouthAlert! (YA!) Louisville, KY on Saturday, February 15, 2014 is a SIX HOUR live Youth Violence Prevention Event & Forum. It includes live Youth Violence Prevention Programs, Guest Speakers, Audience Participation and Discussion, both Adult and Youth panels discussing ways both Youths and Adults can meet Halfway, equally, to reduce all violence. Everyone’s opinion at YouthAlert! (YA!) Louisville, KY is important. Come, Be Peaceful, and Your Voice will be Heard! Did U YA!

 

When: Saturday, February 15, 2014 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM  


Where: Jefferson Community & Technical College (JCTC) Health Sciences Bldg.

 

110 West Chesnut Street, Downtown Louisville, KY 40202, Ground Floor, South Side, Room 166 A & B, (Free Parking Entrance on South 2nd Street between West Chestnut Street and East Broadway)

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Audience Speakers YouthAlert! (YA!) Event 2.15.14
KIMBERLY MOORE           DUSTIN MILAM           DR. THOMAS CRAWFORD

Public Questions and Comments can be made throughout the entire event through our free smart phone app called YouthAlert on iPhone, IPad &  Android.

YouthAlert! (YA!) Event News! (Photos, Videos and Transcripts), will be posted here at www.YouthAlert.us
YouthAlert! (YA!) at your School! Ask about our YouthAlert! (YA!) Violence Prevention/Health Program.  info@youthalert.us
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