Youth Suicide Prevention

The suicide rate among teen girls reached a 40-year high in 2015.

From 2007 to 2015 alone, suicide rates doubled among teen girls and by more than 30 percent among teen boys. 5.1 per 100,000 girls and 14.2 per 100,000 boys. To put it another way: In 2015, 5 girls per 100,000 committed suicide compared to 14 boys.


One in seven young people between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away.

Youth age 12 to 17 are more at risk of homelessness than adults. 75 percent of runaways are female.

Estimates of the number of pregnant homeless girls are between 6 and 22 percent.

Homelessness with young people is a serious problem. Homeless youth, at times referred to as unaccompanied youth, are individuals who don not have parental, foster or institutional care. 75 percent percent of homeless or runaway youth have dropped out or will drop out of school.

Children Deserve Better

One by one.

Feet First is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides mental health and physical empowerment by using the theory of textbook boxing and jujitsu principles. Feet First specializes in the process of healing trauma, depression, and anxiety. At the deepest level, Feet First Foundation is a connection between the physical body and our spirit. We build a connectivity between the two through movement.

Feet First teaches women, teenagers, and kids to rebuild their confidence using the theory of textbook boxing and jujitsu principals can overcome trauma, depression, and anxiety. Human Trafficking, Teen Suicide, Runaways, and Bullying is all at-risk, we are an alternative therapy center for these specific areas to create an empowerment feeling. Feet First Foundation works with the youth population, persons of trafficking, and anyone facing trauma to the point trauma, depression, or anxiety overwhelms one’s life. We are an organization that is here to help.

Call us today at (833)339-9111

Human Trafficking Statistics

People are trafficked across international borders every year
0 %
are female and half are children
People are trafficked into the U.S. each year.

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Love Never Fails

A Step Forward

Pillars of Hope

Red Sand Project

Contra Costa County District Attorney

National Human Trafficking Hotline | 1-888-373-7888 TTY: 711

U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots

Contra Costa 211 Hotline

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