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Adjusting to a New School

24/7 Crisis Hotlines

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone in the community who needs help with a crisis.
1 (844)534-HOPE or (520) 622-6000
Text “hope” to 4HOPE
Arizona TTY: 1-800-327-9254

1 (480) 784-1500

Text or Call 988
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

24/7 support for youth whether you are thinking of running away or already have. 
1 (800) RUN-AWAY
Or text 66008

National helpline for Endangered Youth open 24/7. Can assist in transferring to specific hotlines for youth/teens coping with alcoholism, anorexia, anxiety, binging, bulimia, bullying, child abuse, exploitation, dating abuse, drug use, internet predators, panic attacks, peer pressure, pregnancy, prostitution, rape, self-injury, STIs, stress, and suicide. 
(800) 872-5437

If you are in crisis or need immediate help, call the trained counselors at the Boys Town National Hotline®. They are trained to help with the following: suicidal thoughts, self-harm, parenting issues, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, bullying and peer issues and relationships.
1 (800) 448-3000
Or text VOICE to 20121
Or email [email protected]

Federally funded program that helps people and communities recover from the effects of disasters  and/or pandemics through short-term interventions that provide emotional  support, crisis counseling, and connection to community supports.  

Teen Peer Counselors are available
(602) 248-8336* [texting available through this number]
1(800) 248-TEEN

Addiction Help

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can assist with referring callers to substance use disorder treatment.
(520) 202-1786

Available 24/7 to provide patients, providers, and family members opioid information, resources, and referrals from the Arizona Department of Health Services. Translation services available.
1 (888) 688-4222

Referral and treatment hotline available in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Can provide referrals to local treatment.
1 (800) 662-HELP (4357)

HOPE Inc. Warmline available 8AM-10PM everyday  (520) 770-9909

Vaping, Juul, and E-Cigarettes

What is a JUUL?
A JUUL is an e-cigarette/vaping device that resembles a USB flash drive and can be recharge in any USB port (such as a laptop). JUULs have a subtle and sleek design that can easily be hidden from parents or teachers. Like traditional tobacco products, vaping is not without serious risks. Parents need to be in the know about the risks and what products are on the market.

How to talk to your teen about vaping.

  • Know the facts.

    • Research vaping online from credible sources.

    • Become familiar with the latest terminology. 

  • Be patient and ready to listen.

    • Avoid criticism and encourage dialogue.

    • The goal is to have a conversation, not deliver a lecture.

    • It is ok to have conversations over time, in bits and pieces.

  • Find the right moment. A more natural discussion will increase the likelihood that your teen will listen. Bring up the topic when:

    • Someone who is vaping nearby.

    • You pass an e-cigarette store or retail display.

    • See or hear an e-cigarette advertisement.

  • Set a positive example by being tobacco-free.

    • If you use tobacco, it is never too late to quit.

  • Vape, Tobacco and e-Cigarette Resources
  • Talk to your teen about vaping
  • How do you stop teens from vaping?
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