Know that people care about you and get help when you need it.


If you or someone you know is in danger of hurting themselves, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline immediately at (1-800-273-8255).

I have created this page to help those students who are feeling stress about something in their lives and need someone to talk to. Sometimes the best medicine is having someone to listen who cares. If you find your emotions out of control or the worries in your life seem to much to handle, please use the link I have included below to find a caring soul who will show you the compassion you deserve and help you find the right path to happiness.

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Kids Help Phone -- free, anonymous, 24/7 phone and online counseling available
This web site is specifically designed for kids and teens. The website is based out of Canada, but the information is relevant to the US. This website is likely the best way to get help.


Befrienders Wordwide

We work worldwide to provide emotional support, and reduce suicide. We listen to people who are in distress. We don't judge them or tell them what to do - we listen.



Youthline
YAH is the first and only toll free, peer to peer hotline network linking callers to community based peer counseling hotlines in the nation.

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FACING US
We all strive to live a full, healthy and happy life. The Facing Us Clubhouse is an online home for anyone seeking inspiration and support for a life of health and well being.
This is a tool that gives kids tips for dealing with stress, help with creating a wellness plan, and an online journaling tool which does not report to teachers or parents so the person can fully discuss what is bothering them, without the fear of anyone finding out.


Teens Health
Get information about Health, Growth, and Emotions for Teens.