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Posted I Sep 01 2015

Start the Talk is an online role-play tool that gives parents and caregivers the opportunity to practice talking with their children about underage drinking, helping to build practical skills and confidence to conduct these conversations in real life.

Posted I Sep 01 2015

The Office of Federal Student Aid offers more than $150 billion to students each year in the form of grants, loans, and work-study funds. 

Posted I Sep 01 2015

Youth-serving professionals can use this resource, developed for teens, to educate young people about depression.

Adult mentoring a youth

The National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention is working with communities to design city-wide strategies to reduce youth violence...

It is important that communities create a coordinated system of supports for children of...

Activities youth engage in outside of school hours are critical to their development...

Youth affected by bullying
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stopbullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what...

More than half of teenagers report participating in youth volunteer work, form of civic...

Teen dating violence can be prevented through reducing risk factors, fostering protective...

Teen motor vehicle crashes can be prevented, and statistics indicate that annual teen fatal...

Nearly all young people hold at least one job between ages 18 and 25. There are many advantages...

It is necessary to begin gang prevention efforts at a young age...

Providing timely and direct interventions to homeless and runaway youth is important...

Youth under the age of 18 who are accused of committing a delinquent or criminal act are...

Efforts can be undertaken to promote positive mental health and prevent or minimize mental...

Youth benefit from close, caring relationships with adults who serve as positive role models...