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Our Favorite Resources for Kids & Teens

Rose Shaped Jewelry

TeenLife

Image by Dominik Scythe

TrevorSpace

Image by Phillip Larking

National Institute of Mental Health: Child & Adolescent

Image by Gustavo

It Gets Better

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Mental Health Literacy

Image by AARN GIRI

National Alliance On Mental Illness: Kids, Teens & Young Adults

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Change To Chill

Image by Boris  Smokrovic

Scarleteen

Articles

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Decisions, Decisions

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Am I Ready To Date?

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Social Media Safety

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Bullying Prevention Tips

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Bullying Prevention Bill of Rights For Students & Parents

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How To Understand and Handle Cyberbullying

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Help Your Kids Understand Hazing

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Characteristics of Healthy & Unhealthy Relationships

Downloadable Materials

99 Coping Skills List

Coping skills can help give you a way of processing your emotions, or create a positive experience that can stop you from negatively overthinking. This list was created by Your Life Your Voice provided by Boys Town. 

How To Talk About Consent

A comic strip created by the organization RAINN to help parents talk with their teens/adolescents about consent. 

Coming Out: A Handbook for LGBTQ Young People 

A guide for those exploring their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. This handbook created by the Trevor Project is here to help you explore your identity and what it might be life to share it with others.

Safe Dating Tips For Teens Pt. 1

A comic strip created by the organization RAINN to help teens and adolescents learn about dating and consent. 

Coping Skills For Kids

This list of coping skills is geared towards children. Coping skills can help kids process and regulate their emotions. 

Safe Dating Tips For Teens Pt. 2

A comic strip created by the organization RAINN to help teens and adolescents learn about dating and consent. 

A Child's Bill of Rights

Coping skills can help give you a way of processing your emotions, or create a positive experience that can stop you from negatively overthinking. This list was created by Your Life Your Voice provided by Boys Town. 

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