This video demonstrates how to ask for and give consent
A place for young people who have been affected by someone else's alcoholism. Includes resources, live chat, and social spaces
Mental and Sexual Health support for Idengenous youth. Click here to Ask Auntie
Learn more about consent, find more resources, and get connected to Teen Guides who can help.
Worksheets on how to communicate your feelings effectively
Dealing with stress and anxiety is the #1 issue we hear about from young people. So we’ve partnered with Headspace to bring you hundreds of meditations and mindfulness exercises to support you—for free!
Here are some tips on dealing with family tension as well as how to cope with family drama when you need to take care of yourself
If you're still struggling with consent, just imagine instead of initiating anything sexual, you're offering them a cup of tea.
This interactive game is a fun way to practice consent
Conflict is normal - Learn more about how to resolve conflict in a healthy way!
Definitions of boundaries, how to set them, and how to change boundaries
Talking to parents about mental health can be scary for a number of reasons. Click here to learn about some common concerns for orther young people,and some tips on how to overcome them.
Online community for young people to communicate their feelings
Online facilitated discussion groups for LGBTQ+ teens ages 13 to 19, available in Spanish weekly!”
Scout is a digital program that supports everyday resilience and mental health for teens, young adults, and their caregivers with an interactive evidence-based toolkit of information, activities, and resources. Scout increases mental health literacy, reduces stigma, and regularly screens users for anxiety and depression with timely direct to seek clinical care whenever scores become moderate to severe. Enter code for a free sign up: scoutselfsea
Talking to your friend about mental health can be scary - but reaching out when you’re feeling down or when you see a friend struggling can make a huge difference.
For people who hold multiple marginalized identities, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to explore the layers of intersectional conversations. Here are some approaches to consider before, during, and after a difficult conversation to make sure the dialogue — and your mental health — stays safe.
This short article can help you to learn a skill called "Emotional Awareness"
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