Through times of uncertainty and adjusting to a new normal, we have all experienced loneliness and isolation. Our council partnered with the State of Tennessee’s Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services to develop a meaningful program that addresses mental wellness in a safe space where girls can discuss and share their feelings and thoughts. Teaching girls to be resilient, ready, and strong is our ultimate goal. We want girls to reach their highest potential and lift themselves and others up. This patch program guides girls through their own wellness journey and gives them the tools to help rise above emotional challenges. Click Here to Download the Patch Program.
The Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) organization created the Be a PAL:Protect A Life™ From Food Allergies education program to help children learn how to be a good friend to kids with food allergies.
Be a PAL: Protect A
- FARE Facts and Statistics
- Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan
- Teal Pumpkin Project
Contact the Food Allergy Alliance of the Mid-South (FAAM) to schedule to Be a PAL workshop for your troop. Leaders may request a copy of the Be a PAL instruction sheet and study guide to facilitate the program themselves.