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Most of the United States is mired in the doldrums of winter, with heavy snow and frigid air, which can make even the heartiest soul become surly or ill-tempered. However, there is a week that is observed during this time that can bring some warmth to the soul.
Findings from a national survey co-sponsored by both organizations, published in November 2017, shed light on prevalence and trends in youth and young adult homelessness.
According to the organization, Loveisrespect.org, 1 in 3 adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner*.
Dealing With Suicidal Thoughts and How to Find Help
As the new school year begins, youth are dealing with a lot of emotions and issues. Some are…
In 2008, the House of Representative designated July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Month.
Traffickers prey on youth looking for that support and say things that make the youth think life will be better with them.
June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. Here is some valuable information on how youth and teens can protect themselves.
Unfortunately, that is a question with no straight answers.
The first step is to contact someone to talk to. It is a brave thing to do because it can be scary. But how does one start the conversation?
What are some steps that a teacher can take in being that safe person for the youth?