Bullying is an epidemic, but you know what? You don’t have to be a bully, and you don’t have to be a victim. Join our cause as we create the Unmasked & Unique Movement . Talk with other kids who feel how you do, create change, and be part of the solution. Link to us here on facebook, and we will be adding new social media outlets to connect, communicate, and encourage.
Do you feel like people don’t understand you? It’s not easy being you, we get that. BUT YOU’RE AWESOME! If you need a listening ear, want to vent about a break up, family trouble, or just talk? Join our facebook page Unmasked and Unique and talk to other kids who will accept you for who you are. Ask questions, share your challenges and success. We want to hear from you!
If you feel like hurting yourself is the answer, please Text “GO” to 741741 to speak with Crisis Counselors about anything that’s on your mind.
School can suck! It’s tough, and on top of trying to get all the !!!!!Teens drop out of school for many reasons, and the decision to drop out is rarely spur of the moment. Kids usually drop out of school following a long process of disengagement and academic struggle. Many teens say they were bored and frustrated with classes that didn’t seem relevant to their life.
Are any of these reasons your reason?
- Alcohol and substance abuse
- Loss of interest
- Economic Hardship
- Sexual Abuse
- Special Disorders
- Family Problems
Contact us before you make the decision to drop out.
We understand that temptation, pressure, and opportunities are overwhelming at times as a teen. The hope is that when you are faced with a choice…. a decision… you will consider its consequences. Most believe that bad things can’t happen to them, but if you have the passion and a dream to make something of yourself, please understand that every choice you make during your teenage years can impact the rest of your life. If you are struggling with substance abuse, have questions, or just want to talk, message us on our facebook teen page here.
Drug Abuse and Parenting:
Student Mental Health
12 Steps of Recovery