October 19, 2023 (Fairhope, Ala.) – ThriveWay and the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation, two leading organizations in youth mental health, are excited to announce a sponsorship opportunity for the 13th Annual National Peer Program Conference. This national event promises an invaluable experience for sponsors, granting access to a diverse audience of more than 700 dedicated professionals, including educators, counselors, Peer Helper Coordinators, school administrators, and youth mental health professionals.
The conference is set to occur on January 25-26, 2024 and to be repeated on February 29-March 1, 2024 in Orange Beach, Ala. This will allow professionals to collaborate and share their most effective methods for transforming their communities through the proven Peer Helpers PLUS program. The conferences will include interactive workshops, insightful speakers, and sessions meticulously crafted to investigate the best strategies and emerging trends in supporting today’s youth.
Enhanced Visibility: Showcase your organization's dedication to empowering the youth and supporting mental health on a national stage.
Collaboration and Networking: Engage with a diverse group of influencers, educators, and professionals passionate about helping others.
Strategic Brand Exposure: Benefit from prominent visibility through various sponsorship tiers, maximizing your brand's reach and impact to hundreds.
This conference presents a unique opportunity for sponsors to align their brand with a crucial cause, shaping a brighter future in education through gaining knowledge of mental health trends and building healthier school climates. Be a sponsor, and play a pivotal role in transforming the lives of our youth.
For sponsorship inquiries and more information, please visit https://bit.ly/nppc24sponsor.
ThriveWay is the leading peer-to-peer prevention and support company in the nation, empowering students to be academically, socially and emotionally successful; to recognize and resolve conflict; to value diversity; and to be advocates for positive change and healthy choices. Through their evidence-based Peer Helpers PLUS program, they partner with schools to promote the mental health of youth, teach peer advocacy and reduce student violence and suicide. For more information visit ThriveWay.com.
The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation is a non-profit organization named in honor and memory of Jennifer Claire Moore, a 16-year-old high school student who lost her life to suicide in 1997. They assist the youth of Baldwin County, with the hope of enabling all young people to have access to help, understanding and positive reinforcement when they need it.
Perdido Beach Resort is the largest privately owned and operated Orange Beach, Alabama hotel. Situated along sandy white shores and turquoise waters, Perdido Beach Resort offers the best location for beach vacations and group events. As a full-service beach resort, we have everything a visitor needs right on the property. From recreation to dining, relaxing to celebrating, your total vacation experience is covered.