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Here 4 U

You’ve got this.

Hey there. How are you holding up?

The last year has been unlike any other, and it’s okay if you’re feeling completely overwhelmed. It’s okay if you feel like you’re drowning. And it’s okay if you don’t feel like talking to your friends, co-workers, professors or parents about it.

We started Time for Care to reach out to people in this incredibly tough time. As part of this free program, we’re doing a special set of digital, communal conversations just for people in your age group (18 to 24). We’re calling these conversations Here 4 U.

And because Black young adults are experiencing an even greater set of challenges, given the systemic racism and injustice that continues to threaten our country, we’re offering some of these conversations exclusively for them. We're also providing sessions specifically for young adults from the LGBTQ+ community due to the stigma and discrimination they continue to encounter.

We all need a place to talk. And it might be easier to open up in a group of your peers.

Real talk

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’re all being flooded with constant reminders about love and connection. But what if you’re not feeling all that connected? We want to help.

If you’re between the ages of 18 to 24, we’re inviting you to join one of our upcoming Here 4 U support sessions. Each one will last about an hour, and the conversation will be led by experienced experts in mental and emotional well-being. This is a great opportunity to share how you’re feeling in a safe, anonymous way, while also hearing from others like you.

And please feel free to invite one of your friends or loved ones to join – it’s all about what makes you feel comfortable.

To sign up, just click on one of the links below:

For all young adults:


For all Black young adults:


For all LGBTQ+ young adults:

Meet your Here 4 U facilitators

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Aimee B. Prange, MSW, LCSW

Aimee Prange is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 25 years of experience. She received a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. Aimee’s primary areas of expertise focus on mental illness and suicide prevention, intervention, and awareness. She is a board member and co-chair of the education committee of her local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. She is also a volunteer crisis counselor for the Crisis Text Line.

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Sara B. Miscannon, MS, LPC

Sara Miscannon is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Science in Community Mental Health from Southern New Hampshire University. She has worked with children, adolescents and their families across a variety of settings, including crisis intervention, schools, and within the home and community setting. Sara is passionate about reducing the stigma of mental illness and raising awareness of suicide prevention. Outside of work, Sara loves spending time with her family at the beach, gardening and exploring local trails.

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Jill Carlton, MS, LCMHC, NCC

Jill Carlton is a Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor at Aetna. She has a Master of Science in Agency Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and National Certified Counselor. Jill has worked in community mental health settings and local state agencies (local mental health and department of social services). Outside of work, Jill is active in church leadership, missionary work/travel, enjoys spending time with family, exercising, listening to music, and traveling.