Holy Spirit Health System
Penn State Children’s Hospital
St. John Newmann Roman Catholic Church
(717) 569-8531, x 229
The vision behind TeenCentral.Net is to help teens in crisis by giving them a private, anonymous place to receive sound, tested advice from professionals and to relate with their peers in a safe, professionally counselled environment
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline, 1-866-331-9474, 1-866-331-8453 (TTY)
National Runaway Hotline, 24 hours, 1-800′-621′-4000, 1-800-621-0394 (TDD)
The National Runaway Switchboard operates a confidential hotline for runaway youth, teens in crisis, and concerned friends and family members. All services are free and available 24 hours every day.
Teens with Diabetes
The following information is written just for teenagers who are living every day with the challenges of type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes). You’ll find all kinds of information about your health, nutrition, daily life, gaining independence as you approach college and adulthood, and more.
The process of asserting oneself or interceding on behalf of others within a system to get the benefits for which they are eligible. Through both direct aid to families and broader-based policy work, the goal of advocacy is to foster the self-empowerment of families by educating them about their own rights.
If you want to display a CAP4Kids poster in your office, use it for a social service project, or just give it to a friend, this is the place.
Special Education Evaluation Letters
- Requesting an Evaluation
- Requesting a Re-evaluation
- Requesting an Independent Evaluation
- Requesting a Pre-Hearing Conference
- Requesting a Due Process Hearing
Click here for tips on getting a special education evaluation for your child
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