1. COVID-19 and Mental Health

    If you are in crisis or experiencing suicidal thoughts, there are free, 24/7 services that can help—like the …

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  2. A Guide to Helping Your Friends Open Up About Drugs

    Concerned about your friend’s substance use? You can be there for them. Here’s your guide to talking to them about getting help.

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  3. A Guide to Helping Your Friends Open Up About Suicide

    Worried a friend may be thinking about suicide? You don’t have to face this alone. Here’s your guide for starting the conversation and finding resources that can help.

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  4. A Guide to Helping Your Friends Open Up

    We all want to be there when our friends need us—but it’s not always easy to know how. Here’s your guide to getting the conversation started.

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  5. Teenage Tensions: A Perspective on Mental Health Struggles

    From academic pressure to feeling isolated, your struggles are valid—no matter how big or small—and there’s help if you need it.

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  6. Finding Community and Happiness in Helping Others

    For this Teen Link volunteer, healing past pain began with helping others—and she’s just getting started.

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  7. On the Other End of a Teen Help Line

    Ever wonder what it’d be like to volunteer for a teen help line? Or who you’d talk to if you called in for support? Find out here.

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  8. Coronasomnia

    Has this pandemic affected your sleep? Late nights. Long naps. Whatever it is, know you’re not alone and there are tips that can help.

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  9. Healing and Helping Others

    What does working on a teen help line teach you about taking care of your mental health and helping others? This Teen Link volunteer has the answers.

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  10. Coping During COVID-19

    Staying up to date on coronavirus might seem impossible. Staying calm after reading the news can feel even …

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