Saving Our Daughters – Cleveland Connection presented by The MetroHealth System and Cleveland Cavaliers is a partnership between Saving Our Daughters, a national nonprofit created by Keke Palmer, an actor, singer and producer, and the Cleveland Connection, a youth empowerment program for at-risk high school girls.
The MetroHealth System’s diverse team of mental health and youth support personnel created 20 days of virtual programming focused on healthy habits, mental health and self-esteem building for over 200 6-12th grade girls in the Greater Cleveland area.
The virtual program began on Jan. 24 and will consist of daily prompts and digital live activities, culminating in a meet-and-greet with Keke Palmer.
The program will cultimate with a live celebration on Feb. 18 from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. at the Cleveland Power of Sport Summit in Downtown Cleveland.
A panel, featuring Palmer will be moderated by Kenya Brown, WZAK. Dr. Lisa Ramirez-Shah, youth mental specialist from The MetroHealth System and Jessica Vazquez, Right Direction Behavior Health Services, will support the conversation.
Saving Our Daughters – Cleveland Connection presented by The MetroHealth System and Cleveland Cavaliers is a Greater Cleveland Sports Commission program under the umbrella of Velocity.
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