121 Help.me is an online crisis intervention center that fosters support for teens struggling with crisis and provides information for parents striving to become better at supporting their struggling teens.
Tags: bullying, national, crisis, teens, parents, intervention, support
The Fulton High School PRISM Club welcomes all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, questioning students and their straight allies to come together for education, support and fun. Through group discussion, social activities and sexual orientation/gender identity education PRISM hopes to create a safe place of support, reduce isolation and depression in LGBTQ youth as well as help create a safe school environment free from homophobia, sexual, verbal and physical harassment.
Tags: students, youth, teens, fulton, lgbt, allies, social, get involved, safe space, school
Nationally, GLSEN works to ensure safe schools for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. There are over 40 Chapters around the country, which work closely with the national staff of GLSEN to implement programs, and to keep national staff informed of local events.
Tags: bullying, education, get involved, kansas city, youth, students, sexual orientation, gender identity, teens, GSA, gay, lesbian, genderidentity
The Haven Mpowerment Project mobilizes young gay/bisexual men in the Ozarks to shape a healthy community for themselves, build positive social connections, and support their friends to have safer sex.
Tags: youth, gay men, bisexual, southwest missouri, social, safe sex, teens
There is a whole community of support for you if you are age 13+ and need information or support regarding:
- Other STDs
- Teen pregnancy
- STD Testing
Tags: get tested, health, kansas city, hiv/aids, std, sti, teens, pregnancy
Meeting are Thursdays at 3:00 pm (when school is in session).
Tags: get involved, social, youth, teens, high school, lgbt, allies, kirksville, northeast missouri
Passages is Kansas City’s youth center dedicated to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning youth, and straight allies. Passages meets every Wednesday night in a drug-free, alcohol-free, and hate-free environment for fun, games, music, movies, food, and more! Passages Youth Center is non-profit organization that aims to help youth grow and develop into strong individuals with confidence in who they are. All youth over 14 and under 21 can come to have fun and meet new friends.
Tags: get involved, kansas city, social, youth, lgbt, allies, games, movies, music, center, teens, friends, peers
When you were younger, the adults in your life made most of your decisions for you. But that’s changed. You make most of your decisions now. You’re in control of the direction your life takes. So, where is your life going? What do you want to be? What do you value? These are huge questions, with no easy answers. Sections of this website can help you sort things out.
This site is designed and run by people at the National Cancer Institute. We want you to take control of your health. And that’s why we developed this site. We’re NOT going to tell you what to do. This site is designed to help you understand the decisions you make—especially the decision to quit smoking—and how those decisions fit into your life.
Tags: smoking, teens, health, tobacco
Our Street Outreach team canvases Greater Kansas City helping homeless youth, up to age 22. The team provides basic necessities like food, water, clothing, blankets and hygiene products. Transportation and case management/referral services are also provided to youth as needed. For youth that want to get off the street, the team provides a bridge to Synergy House, our youth shelter.
Tags: homeless, kansas city, resources, support, youth, western missouri, shelter, case management, transportation, teens