Joy&theHood Application Form
Joy&theHood Youth Wellness Collective has recently been awarded grant funding from the Youth Healing Project. With the grant funds, Joy&theHood is looking for six Seattle high schoolers that identify as a person of color (BIPOC) to join our Peace2theYouth program. Youth will be mentored by BIPOC adults who will teach them about creative expression, mindfulness, yoga, and other helpful tools to help them develop their own wellness practice. We will also have workshops about self-love, how to develop healthy coping skills, and more!

The Peace2theYouth pilot program will run for twelve weeks and meet twice a week. Dates are still tentative, but the program expects to start in January 2023.

The mentors at Joy&theHood are not mental health professionals. Instead, we are young adults who have battled and are healing our own mental health issues.  We are looking to foster a safe community where vulnerability, empathy, and compassion are nurtured.

All youth selected will receive a free t-shirt, yoga mat, and more!

If you are interested, please apply below.
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Email *
Phone Number *
What is your name? *
What is your date of birth? *
What is your gender?
What is your race? *
Are you of Hispanic or Latinx/Latino/Latina origin? *
What zipcode do you live in? *
What high school do you go to? *
What grade are you in? *
Short answer questions
The following questions will help us get to know you a bit better. Please answer to the extent that you are comfortable.
Would you describe yourself as an extrovert, ambivert, or introvert?
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Describe your personality! What are your strengths and weaknesses? What do you love to do? 
In the Pprogram, you will be learning mindfulness, meditation, yoga, and other tools to help you develop your own wellness and self-love 
practice. How do you feel these tools could help you in your life?
How do you want to grow as a person through this program?  
If you are selected for the program, you will be required to attend about one gatherings a week in West Seattle (either at Chief Sealth High school or Youngstown Cultural Arts Center on Delridge). Participants are only allowed to miss two meetings or they will be dismissed from the program. *
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