Peer Helper Jubilee

12-hundred students from across Baldwin County gathered Thursday for the Third Annual Peer Helper Jubilee.
They listened to keynote speakers on how to be leaders in their schools.753cefd1e61c470baaa9b3a13978bc84

The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation started The Peer Helper Program so children could positively communicate with each other and support each other with one ultimate goal to prevent suicide.1fbb49e5452c495980dafbd1253954dc

“Students when they have an issue, whether it’s great or the worst of situations they talk to each other first well before they talk to their parents or an adult. So why not work on the front lines of support with youth and issues”, said Allison Faircloth, Executive Director of The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation.

The peer helpers are in Baldwin County Public Schools and four private schools.
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