Yana Mom in the news Working together to prevent suicide in Douglas CountyWe’ve all been affected by loss due to suicide. Together, that’s changing in Douglas County. The Board of Douglas County Commissioners today announced seven beneficiaries of suicide prevention grants, totaling a $1.37 million investment in suicide prevention......Read MoreMom on a missionNikki Brooker understands the unique challenges that modern mothers face. In 2016, the mother of three left her full-time teaching job in north Denver when working with at-risk students became......Read MoreMothering: It Takes A VillageHave you ever heard the old saying “It takes a village?” The origin of this saying is unknown, but it is believed to come from the African culture hundreds of years ago. African villages would all chip in to take care of and raise children. Multiple mothers could feed one child from their breast and this was considered normal. Moms banded together to create an environment of love, acceptance and care. Moms of many generations were part of the village and the more experienced moms would guide the younger moms in their motherhood journey......Read MoreBold JourneyBold Journey interviews Nikki about YANA's work, our progress, and our future. Click Here Previous slide Next slide STAY IN TOUCH Stay in touch with us and all YANA is up to. Sign up for our newsletter.