Flagler Health+ is pleased to announce that the 3rd annual BRAVE Summit is scheduled for March 29, 2023, at The St. Augustine Amphitheatre. The Summit aims to open a dialogue with teens to address the stigma associated with mental health and encourage teens to learn how to foster mental wellness.
The Mission: To provide pathways to support systems for those young people who are struggling or know someone who is struggling so that they feel equipped to ask for and provide the support that is needed.
This year, we are looking to make a significant impact on young people by way of the 3rd annual BRAVE Summit. This will be a FREE, LIVE event accessible to all high school students across Florida. The event will take place at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. We are excited to provide free food, entertainment, music, and speakers, all centered around the singular message of breaking down stigma and talking about the issues affecting teens the most.
Dedicated and committed to using arts & culture to bring awareness to the intersecting difficulties that Queer/Trans and BIPOC communities face in the South, we are SO excited to announce that @geexella will be joining us again at BRAVE Summit 2023!
Francesca Reicherter is the Founder and President of Inspiring My Generation, a 501(c)3 in support of mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
Mental health CEO and entrepreneur Johnny Crowder is a true master of one of the most pressing strategic concerns in business today: wellbeing.
Originally hailing from Florida, Kaylee Rose is a bold Nashville-based singer-songwriter who has a unique style that blends many sounds across the musical spectrum. She will be singing and sharing some of her story!
From heartbreaking rock ballads to head-banging breakdowns, King Peach delivers passion with every performance. They will be singing and sharing some of their story with mental health.
The band Kelp, St. Augustine's newest reggae band, is a four-piece conglomeration of beach-going, life-loving musicians. They will be performing song and sharing some of their story with mental health.