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If you prefer to submit a physical letter and form, you can mail it to Nar-Anon WSO. If you have found evidence or suspect someone close to you may have a drug problem, we at Narateen know how you feel.
Storybooth, a recent Webby- and Shorty-award winning website and platform, has introduced a non-judgmental and creative space for teenagers to share their thoughts, opinions and stories with the world.
The location-based app is a digital message board that allows users within a certain geographic area — like a high school campus— to post anonymous comments.
Users have to be able verify that they are students at a given school to use the app, but this hasn't stopped some students from using the app to torment their classmates.
It can be hard to seek help or sometimes even when we do it feels like nobody's listening. Talking to other teens can go a long way towards feeling better, and hearing perspectives on different topics. 7 Cups Support Rooms are safe place where you can feel comfortable and come to have fun or get support as needed.
If you're a teen and someone important to you is an addict, you can find support in a Narateen group. If there isn't a group near you, talk to someone in a Nar-Anon group to ask if they could facilitate a Narateen group.
Thank you to every group and person who made a contribution.
We hope to be able to reach our goal of ,000 from groups and individuals in the remaining two weeks of this fiscal year.
They often don’t know where to turn, which can lead to awful consequences.Last week, storybooth’s You Tube videos were viewed 2.4 million times, and storybooth has experienced a 7 percent average weekly growth rate across all videos.In the last 30 days, these videos racked up 11.9 million views.The names and stories shared in confidence aren't repeated outside of group meetings.You won't be forced to speak, but you can always ask questions after meetings.