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BRIGHT FUTURES

MA'LAK NA HA'ÅNI

Ma’lak Na Ha’åni (MNH) or Bright Futures is a program of WestCare Pacific Islands that intends to serve Guam’s youth ages 11-17 seeking mental health support.

In collaboration with cross-sector community partners, MNH aims to provide critical, culturally relevant mental health treatment and support services, such as therapeutic support or counseling, for children and families impacted by trauma.

MNH also coordinates linkages to other needed support services in the community.

WHAT WE DO

A BRIGHT FUTURE IS AHEAD

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YOUTH SKILLS BUILDING GROUP

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INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING

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FAMILY COUNSELING

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EDUCATIONAL
WORKSHOP
AND EVENTS

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REFERRALS TO
COMMUNITY
PARTNERS

HOW TO RECEIVE SERVICES

A youth may be self-referred or referred from a community agency or parent/guardian.

Consent is required.

An initial screening upon intake will determine program eligibility and need for additional community services.

Contact our program to get started.

MEET THE TEAM 

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BEVERLYN COLEMAN

Clinical Program Director

M.A. COUNSELING

"Remember this in the darkest moments, when the work doesn't seem worth it, and change seems just out of reach: Out of our willingness to push through comes a tremendous power... Use it."

- Stacey Abrams 

This project is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Grant Number: #1H79SM084864-01