Teens relationships provide the bedrock for future adult relationships. Teens can access free, confidential SOS services just like adults.
They may be afraid their parents will make them break up, convinced that it is their fault or that their parents will blame them or be disappointed in them, and afraid of losing privileges. Ask them what they would like to have happen..can you help them be safe. Educate yourself—access online resources, read, call Caring Unlimited for information and/or support for yourself!
Click the play button to the left to hear our friend Bailey talk about what SOS has to offer.
Please note: Because teens are still minors, if they are a victim of child abuse (violence at the hands of an adult or someone 18 ), the SOS victim advocate may be required to report this.
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