Teens

On the parent and teen resources website you will find information regarding body image, communication skills, drugs and alcohol information, in addition to many other helpful resources while parenting teens.

Smart-Girl is for girls ages 11-15 and is a curriculum, activity based program now available in our community.  Smart-Girl also gives mentoring opportunities to girls 16-26.  Connect to the links below to find out more about this exciting after school program.  For more information contact Konie Humphreys at (435)797-3052 or konie.humphreys@usu.edu Smart-Girl empowers preteen and teen girls to make smart choices and become confident, capable, self-reliant young women.

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Todd Milovich Access and Diversity USU:  Community outreach for middle School children todd.milovich@usu.edu

After school programs are available for 2 hours after school at the following schools:  Mount Logan, South Cache, North Cache, Cedar Ridge, White Pine, and Willow Valley and the Elementary schools.  For High school there is a team program that works on leadership activities and volunteer services.  Latinos in Action at all high schools.


Smart-Girl:  A national program for girls ages 11-15 to help with leadership, self-esteem and much more. www.smart-girls.org/program


Parentsenpowered.org

Teacher.sduhsd.k12.ca.us/lccounseling/parent_and_teen_resources.htm

PALS is a youth mentoring program where students are matched with youth ages 6-16 in Cache Valley.  They spend time with each other weekly in one-on-one activities and group events.  PALS mission is to be a solid role model, positive influence, friend, and support to contribute to the overall success and development of Cache Valley youth.

For more information contact: Jordan Rampersad at pals@aggiemail.usu.edu or visit http://www.usu.edu/assusu/servicecenter/organizations.cfm.

Hope4utah.com is an informational website for suicide prevention, intervention and postvention.

The National suicide prevention lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

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