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Building Assets in Your Children

Many of the things you do – or could do – everyday builds strengths in your kids. These are common sense things we often do without much thought. Yet, they are crucial for raising healthy, capable youth. Building family assets encourages families and communities to focus on and involve themselves in activities that strengthen the resiliency skills and protective factors in children.

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Coping with Stress

Teenagers, like adults, experience stress everyday. The sources of stress are varied and changing. Most teens experience stress when they perceive a situation as dangerous, difficult or painful, and they do not have the resources to cope. This article provides insight on stress triggers and way you and your child can reduce stress.

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Support for the Teen Years - A Reminder for Parents

This article is written by parents who are in your shoes – walking the sometimes rocky road of parenting teens while trying to keep their families, sense of humor and sanity intact! They share with you their joys, struggles, fears and their hopes. Here's what they had to "SAY"!

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  • Counseling and Community Services Counseling and Community Services

How to Respond to Cutting

Finding out that a youth you care about is involved in self injury is startling, sad and scary. Below are several tips on how to confront and talk to them.