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About Us

[/vc_column_text][divider_line type=”divider_blank”][vc_column_text]No barriers, no walls, no guards, no masks, no need to hide – you’re at Stones to Bridges. Welcome to a space created just for you and your needs. We believe that everyone should have a place to unwind, address what’s on their mind, and turn their Stones to Bridges. Take a look and see what we’re all about.

Vision and Mission:

At Stones to Bridges, Our Vision is to support youth address the struggles they face.

Our Mission at Stones to Bridges is to address the pressures and support the needs of, but not limited, Muslim youth in North America, as a means to promote their emotional, social, and mental well being.  We intend to address these needs through a variety of avenues, by developing a platform where youth can freely and comfortably express and address their struggles and concerns.

Further, we aim to develop programs for Parent /Community Awareness and Outreach to ultimately empower the youth by creating an environment in homes and the community that promotes the emotional, social and mental well being of, but not limited to, the Muslim youth in North America.

History

The Stones to Bridges initiative began in 2010 by a few individuals who had worked with youth in various capacities over the years. Through each of their personal experiences with the youth, they constantly saw the struggles and issues youth were facing in all parts of the country, with no place to openly and comfortably express or address their issues. They were individually disheartened by the lack of support that existed to help youth rise up against issues such as lack of self-worth, peer-pressure, heart break, self-harm, abuse, family and cultural struggles, etc.  Though these individuals were from various parts of the country and didn’t know one another (but came together as part of a Higher plan), they knew something had to be done!! Read more about the History of Stones to Bridges here!

Our Team 

We could not have established or continue to sustain Stones to Bridges without the dedication, commitment and unconditional support from Our Counselors, Executive Board of Directors and Founders, Volunteers, Advisors and Donors.

Many are referenced here and others are anonymous; in either case, every single individual has been a blessing in forming a bridge that is improving the lives of our youth by supporting them in the struggles they face and empowering them to turn their Stones to Bridges. May Allah bless and reward all of you for your efforts. Check out the hardworking team behind the organization here!

Testimonials

When we say Stones to Bridges is a space created just for you, we really mean it. That’s why we want to hear from you! Let us know what you think of Stones to Bridges by providing a “testimonial”. Did you read a personal reflection that resonated with you? Find a Fatima’s response helpful? Or just love the site in general? Let us know! Read through Testimonials here.

Volunteer

Stones to Bridges is a volunteer-based organization and we would love for YOU to join our team. Regardless of your background – whether you want to help us spread the word, have IT experience, are an experienced counselor or best yet, someone who is searching for a way to make a difference – there are endless ways you can help us achieve our vision and mission. Fill out the Volunteer Form here to join the Stones to Bridges family.

Disclaimer

The information that appears on this Website is not meant as replacement for proper care from a therapist, support group, or other mental health professional, and is not intended to constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician, therapist, or other mental health professional, with any questions you may have regarding your mental health, especially in emergency situations. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. If you think you may have an emergency, call your therapist or 911 immediately.  Read full Disclaimer here.[/vc_column_text][divider_line type=”divider_line”][/vc_column][/vc_row]