A 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, founded to close the mental and behavioral health service gap.
Never Give Up Foundation: normalizing disabilities by taking the “dis” out of disability.
Bridging the mental and behavioral health service gap for individuals in need and providers by awareness, education, and resources.
This project is intended to increase access to high quality behavioral health clinical and educational/training services for individuals with, or at risk for, mental/behavioral health problems and behavioral health professionals seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge.
Inspire and educate!
The Never Give Up Foundation was established in 2008 and has been active in Clark County since 2012. Mr. Matthew Cox applies his experiences living with learning disabilities as a student, a father and a business person to his coaching style. The Never Give Up Foundation aims to bridge the gap by establishing learned knowledge among learning disabled children, their parents, and their teachers.
We believe in the power of patience, curiosity and most of all, perseverance. We all draw from our own unique experiences in life, especially the not so fun ones. Identifying and exploring the sometimes mundane challenges life throws at us helps us to recognize and respect our own unique styles of learning.
The Never Give Up Programs in a Nutshell.
Diversity of learning styles in the classroom can cause friction, NGUF provides strategies and tools for streamlining education in a way that benefits everyone.