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Wellness Resources

Asking For Help

People seek help for many reasons.  You don’t need to wait until there’s a crisis to get support. It could be a little nagging feeling in the back of your mind when weighing a big decision, struggling with a relationship, noticing you feel more worried lately, feeling unhappy with school or your job, or even wanting to grow as person.  Reaching out for help is a big step and one that shows courage. If you need help, do not wait until things get out of control.

 

Who to Contact

Use resources you feel most comfortable using: family members, school counselors, physician, therapists, crisis chat lines, etc..

Mobile crisis number   Call 866-437-1821

Online crisis chat

Integrated Family Services offers a 24/7 online chat service. It's confidential. You can talk about; relationships, thoughts of suicide, self image, bullying, family problems, etc.

 

 http://www.integratedfamilyservices.net/crisis-chat-service/

 

 

Deep Breathing

Deep Breathing is an important relaxation technique to use when feeling anxious or stressed. This video provides a brief description of deep breathing followed by guided practice. 

 

 

 

 

Stress and Anxiety

Many teens experience stress and//or  anxiety. At times it can become overwhelming taking the fun out of life and affecting you in so many different ways. But you are not alone and there are ways that you can help yourself to deal with stress and anxiety. ‚Äč
 

 

 
 

 

 

Anxiety

 

Why Gratitude Matters

Yoga Videos for Study Breaks and Stress

How to Argue Safely in A Relationship