top of page

The Girly Times! Take 4

From 7th grade Music Major, Khadijah B, comes The Girly Times! In this section, Khadijah will go over things in her life that she loves, interested in, and pop culture.


Hi girls, today we are talking about mental health. I have struggled with mental health myself so it very important that you all have a person to talk to in your life. At our school, we have Ms. Jones and Ms. Sacco to talk to and can help you with your feelings. Think about the people you have in your life you can to talk to like your mom and family and their numbers that you call for help. Child Help is a confidential national hotline that offers support in response to all child abuse and counseling for child victims. Their number 1-800-4-A-CHILD and a lot more services to help kids in need. If you need a counselor, Gateway Longview has a lot of people are so nice. That's all for this week, bye girls!


Other Hotline Resources:

Boys Town National Hotline (1-800-448-3000) Crisis and support line for children, youth and their parents, 24/7 and Spanish.

National Runaway Safeline (1-800-Runaway) Crisis line for youth thinking about running away, for youth already on the run and for adults worried about a runaway, 24/7.

Loveisrespect.org (1-800-331-9474) Peer advocates available 24/7 to support teens with concerns about dating violence. Chat available through website, or text loveis to 22522

Trevor Project Lifeline (1-866-488-7386) Provides 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK) Support and assistance 24/7 for anyone feeling depressed, overwhelmed or suicidal.



Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page