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Our Partners

Free Your Feels would not be a fully funded campaign with resources and opportunities without the support of our amazing partners. Their care and commitment to today's and tomorrow's youth is why Free Your Feels has continued to grow. Please get to know our partners and how they serve the communities of Georgia. 

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We are Voices! Did you know that Free Your Feels is a campaign extension of Voices for Georgia's Children? We are a nonprofit child policy and advocacy organization advancing laws, policies, and actions that improve the lives of Georgia's children.


Vox ATL's mission is to lead a youth-voice movement where teens from diverse backgrounds create a stronger, more equitable community through leadership and uncensored self-exploration


Ser Familia offers a variety of programs that help Latino families develop stronger bonds and nurture their potential. The purpose of our programs is to have Latino children, youth, and adults thrive and become constructive members within their communities. 


Created by the Governor and General Assembly in 2009, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) and its network of community providers offer treatment and support services to help people with behavioral health challenges achieve recovery by focusing on their strengths. Through uniquely tailored supports and services, we help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities attain independence and lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.


Silence the Shame, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating mental health stigma, reducing health disparities, and improving rates of suicide among vulnerable populations. Through community conversations, compelling content, and culturally responsive programs, we aim to normalize the conversation, peel back the layers of shame, and promote mental wellness for vulnerable and disparate population groups, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ+), individuals in high-stress jobs, older adults and rural communities. Silence the Shame was branded to eliminate the shame and stigma of mental health challenges.  

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