MSMF Executive Director Candace Yoder talks to FOX LA Danya Bacchus to Warn Students, Parents, and Schools: Sarahah app could be weapon for cyber bullies
Matt's Media Partner CBS Los Angeles covers the 5th Annual Golf Classic which raises funding for teen mental health programs delivered to thousands of students at middle schools, high schools and colleges in Los Angeles.
MSMF Founder Ron Silverman and one of 2017 Matt's Heroes Award winners, Retired Major General Dana Pittard (who went to war on suicide) appear on GOOD LA. Both Ron and Dana are committed to early mental health education for students.
MSMF Founder Ron Silverman and 2017 Matt's Hero Retired Major General Dana Pittard met with Good Day LA to talk about joining forces on a national teen mental health education message.
By Lauren Coleman of the Beverly Hills Courier
In recognition of her work, the Westwood-based Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation has named Rebecca this year’s “Teen Hero.” She will receive the award on Monday at the 5th Annual Matt’s Foundation Golf Classic at the El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana.
CBS Los Angeles KCBS-TVand KCAL-TV reporter Amy Johnson on “People Making A Difference” which aired April 28, 2017, showcases a MSMF Presents event with Ross Szabo, national youth mental health advocate, at Harvard-Westlake Upper School. The program request was initiated by H-W student Sophia Van Iderstine when she reached out Matt’s Foundation for mental health help for her graduating class.
Hal Eisner, host of In Depth, on Fox Los AngelesKTTV-TV invited founder Ron Silverman to appear on this blockbuster of a show on teen suicide which aired April 16, 2017.
Also appearing on the show are coach David Stradling, a 2016 Matt's Hero Teacher Award winner, who saved a student from suicide, and Daniel Kohanbash, a Beverly Hills High School junior who was so bullied for years he thought seriously about self-harm. Daniel credits Matt's Foundation-sponsored mental health programs and exhibits with helping him to recover from the trauma.
MSMF Media Partner CBS Los Angeles KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV covered the MSMF-sponsored /Active Minds- created award-winning traveling exhibit "Send Silence Packing" and presentation by nationally acclaimed youth mental health advocate Jordan Burnham at East Los Angeles College
The SIGNAL’s Christina Cox covers MSMF-funded /Active Minds-produced award winning youth mental health speaker Jordan Burnham at Saugus High School: he tells his story of years of being bullied, hospitalized for severe depression and surviving his attempted suicide from 90-foot fall to encourage help-seeking as courageous and strong.