The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is launching the results from the Youth and Parent Tips Campaign 2013. In celebration of National Runaway Prevention Month, NRS will roll out new tips for youth and parents. Check back every week in November for new tips.
YOUTH AND PARENT TIPS 2013
Do you know how to talk to your parents? Are you seeking tips for improving communication with your child? What do you do if you’re thinking of running away? Are you having trouble figuring out the “do’s and don’ts” of parenting? How do you survive and move on from a fight with parents? Do you want to learn tips for supporting your LGBTQ youth?
Being a parent isn't easy. It can be overwhelming at times. While the perfect parenting manual doesn’t exist, the National Runaway Safeline (NRS) has turned to the youth and parents we serve to get helpful tips on confronting the challenges of being a youth and parent. NRS wants this information to serve as best practice resource for youth and parents. The following is the results from Youth and Parent Tips Campaign 2013. These tips offer advice on how to handle certain situations between youth and parents. Each tip, youth or parent submitted, has been approved by an expert panel
. Besides providing this online resource, NRS is always available 24/7 at 1-800-RUNAWAY. NRS is here to listen. Here to help.