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Alateen: A place for teens affected by someone else’s alcoholism to access resources and community

A place for young people who have been affected by someone else's alcoholism. Includes resources, live chat, and social spaces

Asian American Pacific Islander Coming Out Guide

A comprehensive " Coming Out" guide for AAPI LGBTQ++ young people.

Ask Auntie: a place for indigenous young people to get answers about their health

Mental and Sexual Health support for Idengenous youth. Click here to Ask Auntie

Guide to dealing with family tension: tips to confront and cope with it

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

Jefferson Center: Tips to help navigate family conflict

When navigating family conflict, things can get messy. Here are some tips to help you appoach difficult topics and have calmer conversations.

Love is Respect: Conflict Resolution

Conflict is normal - Learn more about how to resolve conflict in a healthy way!

Love is Respect: Setting Boundaries

Definitions of boundaries, how to set them, and how to change boundaries

Mental Health America: How to talk to your parents (or other adults) about your mental health

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.

Teens Health: Understanding your emotions

Teens Health: Understanding your emotions

Trevor Project: How to approach Intersectional Conversations for Black & LGBTQ folx

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.

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