Benefiting the UCLA Health Autism Treatment Program and WHO CARES Teen Cancer America
WHO CARES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION is part of an event series that began in 2006 to raise money for UCLA’s Autism Treatment Program (ATP) and Teen Cancer America (TCA). Since its inception, over $6 million dollars has been donated, and event expenses have totaled less than 10% of the funds received, leading to the opening of specialized teen cancer units, as well as aiding families with the development of children with autism.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
The “Community Conversations” inaugural event, took place on October 26, and focused on the emergence of mental illness during adolescence. Hosted by the Board of Advisors from the UCLA Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, this symposium was to build awareness among parents, teachers and other educators about mood changes in teens and the early warning signs of mental illness and help them take appropriate action.
Monday, October 26, 2015