BRAVE NEW VOICES FESTIVAL
FAQ & Safety
The emotional, and physical safety of our youth and all festival participants is paramount to us, and we are working hard to ensure this virtual festival is as fun as it is safe and accessible.
MENTAL HEALTH COORDINATOR
Page Palmer is new to the Brave New Voices family. Page graduated from Northern Illinois University with his Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences. He continued his academic career at Northern Illinois University. Page graduated with his Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy Program. He has experience working with youth, couples, and families. Page completed his internship here at DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau and is now a full-time Youth and Family Therapist/Crisis Coordinator at the agency. Page works with a variety of clients and their families while also navigating extreme cases of runaways and child lockout situations.
BNV REPORTING FORM
This form is a reporting mechanism for non-urgent health, safety, and accessibility concerns. If you are dealing with an emergency please call 911. Once submitted, this form will be routed to the appropriate staff member. If an immediate response is deemed necessary, you will receive a response within two hours of submission (between the hours of 8am - 12am PST July 23 - July 30, 2021).