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Project E.N.U.F.F.™ is a collaborated grassroots, outreach youth violence awareness program and initiative designed to increase personal safety awareness among our youth. Through a series of collaborated community partnerships M.I.is launching its city-wide “Inner City Youth”(I.C.Y.) Violence outreach initiative, Project E.N.U.F.F.™ with schools on the elementary, middle, and high school levels, to include extension plans for local colleges and neighborhood community center settings.

Packaged to educate, empower, and to hold today’s youth accountable for solutions to matters of violence occurring in their neighborhoods & schools. Project E.N.U.F.F.™ town halls, inter-active parodies, and musical concerts are all equipped with the same core messaging for the youth:

● Don’t be ashamed, you are not alone!

● Tell someone as soon as it is safe to do so! (police, school advisor, community advocate, parents, friends, counselor.)

● Be brave & be a friend!

● Sign the petition & pledge to end youth violence!

● Become an M.I. Project E.N.U.F.F.™ Youth Ambassador!

● Your mental health matters! M.I. cares!

● Be accountable. Learn another way to communicate!

M.I.’s Project E.N.U.F.F.™ is meant to be an upgrade and modern-day version of such previous program models like “McGruff the Crime Dog”, “D.A.R.E.”, and others whose messaging does not appear to be resonating with today’s youth as evidenced in the growing number of youth perpetrated crimes of violence, and the horrific gun shootings that are still leaving many youths dead.

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  • Bullying in the hallway
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  • Social Media Bullying Washington DC
  • Online Bullying Washington DC
  • Sex Crime Washington DC
  • Gangs Washington DC
  • Trauma Victim Washington DC
  • Gang Of Youths Fighting
  • death of an unborn child
  • Domestic violence, portrait of abused and hurt young woman showing sadness outdoors with copy space
  • Bullying in the hallway
  • Sad Teenage Girl Feeling Left Out By Friends
  • Women lift the palm,Stop sexual abuse , anti-trafficking and stopping violence against women, International Women's Day
  • African woman smoking or vaping e-cig or electronic cigarette holding a mod with a lot of clouds isolated on black background
  • Close up of pensive black woman thinking having life troubles
  • photo portrait young man with beard hold and smoking his electronic cigarette blowing a stream of smoke spread. dark black, grey background

Violence perpetrated amongst the youth is saturating headlines across the country. The statistics are alarming and at the core of it all is a fragile mental health system that in many cities such as the District are challenged to find amenable solutions to today’s youth involved violent acts and crimes.

“Hurt people, hurt people”, is a phrase echoed in the professional community however, it is also the unfortunate reality for many youths trapped in circumstances of hopelessness and despair means and realities.

Many youths are under siege from daily exposure to matters involving gun violence and trauma-related crimes in their communities and school. In addition, pharmaceutical companies have targeted and successfully introduced more than 3 million youths and counting, across the country to vaping and e-cigarette usage with seemingly little to no accountability for the alarming amount of recent youth deaths and illnesses that are shaping out to be an epidemic amongst their population.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper mental health advocates are calling on their community partners, Attorney General’s office, State Officials, Clergy, and major gun industry manufacturers, to help “Bridge the Gap”, in our schools and communities with the ongoing senseless gun violence, sex violence, and community violence that is plaguing our local community and youth, in addition to simultaneously leaving them mentally and traumatically exposed.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper is outraged at the “State of the Youth Violence in the Community”, and in Spring of 2019, on behalf of the mental health community did serve our proclamation to Congresswoman Norton in person proclaiming that, “more mental health resources and professionals for our citizens and families who are lacking representation on the Federal level, are needed”.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper is sickened by the number of youths who go to sleep “every night under fire & fear”! E.N.U.F.F. is ENOUGH!

Violence perpetrated amongst the youth is saturating headlines across the country. The statistics are alarming and at the core of it all is a fragile mental health system that in many cities such as the District are challenged to find amenable solutions to today’s youth involved violent acts and crimes.

“Hurt people, hurt people”, is a phrase echoed in the professional community however, it is also the unfortunate reality for many youths trapped in circumstances of hopelessness and despair means and realities.

Many youths are under siege from daily exposure to matters involving gun violence and trauma-related crimes in their communities and school. In addition, pharmaceutical companies have targeted and successfully introduced more than 3 million youths and counting, across the country to vaping and e-cigarette usage with seemingly little to no accountability for the alarming amount of recent youth deaths and illnesses that are shaping out to be an epidemic amongst their population.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper mental health advocates are calling on their community partners, Attorney General’s office, State Officials, Clergy, and major gun industry manufacturers, to help “Bridge the Gap”, in our schools and communities with the ongoing senseless gun violence, sex violence, and community violence that is plaguing our local community and youth, in addition to simultaneously leaving them mentally and traumatically exposed.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper is outraged at the “State of the Youth Violence in the Community”, and in Spring of 2019, on behalf of the mental health community did serve our proclamation to Congresswoman Norton in person proclaiming that, “more mental health resources and professionals for our citizens and families who are lacking representation on the Federal level, are needed”.

M.I. Mother’s Keeper is sickened by the number of youths who go to sleep “every night under fire & fear”! E.N.U.F.F. is ENOUGH!