Teen HYPE is grateful to have received significant financial support from the following funders during the current fiscal year.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - Family & Youth Services Bureau
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority
City of Detroit Community Block Grant
Brown & Brown of Detroit
Ford MOTOR COMPANY FUND
QUICKEN LOANS (VOLUNTEERS)
MOLINA HEALTHCARE (VOLUNTEERS)
Jamie & Denise Jacob Foundation
Our multi-sector partnerships create meaningful opportunities for Teen HYPE youth.
Teen HYPE is fortunate to have partnered with many outstanding public health, educational and youth-serving organizations. In our partnerships we seek mutual values, resources and optimization of outcome for our young people.
We work in various Detroit-area middle and high schools each year to provide 13-week sexual health, substance abuse prevention, and risk avoidance curricula. In the 2018-2019 school year, our partners are:
Spain Middle School
Mackenzie Middle School
Greenfield Union Middle School
Cass Technical High School
Martin Luther King High School
Program Support Partnerships
We are especially grateful to St. John Ascension Healthcare System for its longstanding support over our 14-year history. They have provided an array of supports including grant dollars, mental health support for young people, in-kind program space, and free health services.
We also partner with Community Health Awareness Group on an ongoing basis as a subcontractor to a CDC grant to identify HIV-positive young people and help them access medical care and other services.
Funded by SAMHSA, Teen HYPE staffs the Community Coalition that began in 2015 to build a network that provides a holistic support network for positive youth development. Included in this coalition are:
Team Wellness Center
Wayne State University
Connect 2 Protect
Charles H. Wright Museum
Detroit Historical Society
Michigan Science Center
Southeastern Michigan HIV/AIDS Council
Detroit Academy of Arts & Sciences
University Preparatory Schools
Rivertown Detroit Association
At-Large Initiative Collaborators
Each year, special collaborations are forged in support of the Peer Education program’s annual theatrical production and art show. Other collaborations have brought forward field trip and experiential learning opportunities for both the Peer Education and School-Based Health Programs. Among those collaborators, the following have been most significant:
The Detroit Justice Center - Prison Creative Arts Project
University of Michigan
Detroit Riverfront Conservancy
Church of the Messiah
City of Detroit Health Department