Victim Services of
Just for Teens Links
The following links are provided to victims and the general public in obtaining additional information and assistance on victimization issues. Should you know of a link that should be added, please email it to: [email protected]
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Aboriginal Youth Network
Operated by Aboriginal youth for Aboriginal youth, this is the place to get info on school, jobs, health, Aboriginal culture and entertainment.
As a by youth for youth initiative, we are uniquely qualified to act as a voice for young Canadians. We provide youth with information on issues that are important to them. We are a forum for expression, we encourage leadership and we incite youth to take a stand and get involved in their schools and communities.
Guiding Angels for Youth
Supports anyone under the age of 18 who has experienced a loss to death. Talk with other teens who have lost someone close to them and understand what you are going through.
Kids Help Line
Open 24 hours a day, the Kids Help Phone is there to help you solve problems that you don’t feel comfortable asking your parents, friends or teachers about. They won’t ask your name and will keep your information confidential.
Let’s talk about it – a teen guide to preventing sexual violence
Advice and information for teens on how to avoid becoming the victim of sexual violence… or the offender.
Informative resources on health topics for teen girls (i.e. body image, eating, exercising, eating disorders, etc)
Don’t believe what your friends have told you until you check it here first. Information about health, how to talk to your doctor/parents and how to help friends through some tough issues.
Tailored toward the health interests and general well-being of the teenage population, TeenGrowth offers a secure environment to search for, request and receive valuable health care information on topics such as alcohol, drugs, emotions, health, family, friends, school, sex and sports.
Honest, accurate information and advice about health, relationships, and growing up.