¡Que Madre! Media supports young womxn of color, ages 15-25, in the Eastern Coachella Valley (ECV) to uplift their stories and the stories of their communities.
In the program, young people are empowered to navigate mental health challenges including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety and relationship issues through storytelling. We believe in a wholistic approach to mental health care that is rooted in community care practices. We prioritize partnerships with culturally competent mental health experts and mental health care providers.
Young people engaged in ¡Que Madre! regularly produce multimedia content that is reflective of the intersectional issues their communities face, including mental health, school climate and community justice. Youth content is published online through our website and on our social media accounts. Youth narratives are also shared in our regularly published print magazines.