Lady Gaga has said she plans to expand her mental health service for teenagers
Such a wonderful thing to do.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Lady Gaga recently announced that she plans to Expand her teen mental health program Born This Way.
The Born This Way Foundation is a peer to peer mental health program run in high schools across America.
Founded by Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta in 2012, the Born This Way Foundation was created to support the mental and emotional wellness of young people by putting their needs, ideas, and voices first.
Lady Gaga has been very vocal in the past about suffering as a victim of bullying in her teens and early adulthood. She has even spoken about a cyberbullying campaign that was created by her tormentors called 'Stefani Germanotta, you will never be famous.'
The musician and her team have now said that they will be bringing the Born This Way program to even more high schools this autumn.
The Born This Way team says;
"Born This Way looks forward, toward a future that supports the wellness of young people through an evidence-based approach that is fiercely kind, compassionate, accepting, and inclusive. We celebrate the individuality of those we serve and we revere the bravery it takes to reach out and start the conversation. Together, we’re building a community that provides approachable resources, fosters genuine connection, and drives action."