Tips to help with tough situations, and create an Avatar to reflect your style and coping skills.
Home of the "A Friends Asks" app that helps provide the information, tools and resources to help a friend (or yourself) who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide.
Created by and for teens, this website is a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, and to be heard.
Information on healthy relationships and dating, including red flags that you might be in an abusive relationship.
A self-help program that offers a place where teens can get together to look into and change behaviors that hurt you and others like smoking, drinking, fighting and using drugs.
Keeping America’s runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. Hotline available.
An international, affirming community for LGBTQ+ young people. Hotline available.
A grassroots movement that is educating and empowering youth to live healthy lives.
Coalitions across the UP are looking for teens put their skills to use and make a difference!
A coping plan is just what it sounds like -- a plan to help you cope when life gets tough.
What can you do to take your mind off things? What activities do you like or want to try?
Who do you feel safe talking to when you're struggling? Which adults do you trust?
Keep a list of your distractions and people on a piece of paper, in your phone, on your tablet, or wherever you feel safe keeping it.
When will you use your coping plan? At a specific time, or when you feel a certain way? A plan only works if you use it!
If your plan isn't working, contact Dial Help.