Teen Help Alliance

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Improving the Lives of Teenagers across the United States

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Teen Help Alliance is a not for profit alliance comprised of parents, educators, mental health professionals and teens themselves.  We have come together with the common goal of providing assistance, giving out information, resources, referrals to teenagers and adolescents in need.

We are in the beginning stages of our development.  If you are a mental health professional who is interested in providing services to troubled teens, please contact us here.

If you are a teen struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, depression, an eating disorder or any other emotional health issue, please call us toll-free at 866-288-TEEN and will will work to get you the help you need.

Thank you,

Teen Help Alliance

Latest Posts

Teens: Break Through the Barrier of Alcohol Abuse

The media is filled with stories about celebrities who get drunk, arrested for a DUI, and later enter a rehabilitative treatment center. In 2001, for example, Ben Affleck entered rehab for alcohol abuse and remained sober for over a decade. Lindsay Lohan was arrested twice for a DUI in 2007 and Johnny Depp admitted that he had a serious alcohol addiction that was destroying his […]

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The Gifted Teen Has Both a Blessed and Burdened Life

The Gifted Teen Has Both a Blessed and Burdened Life

Every once in awhile, you’ll hear about a young child who excels at music and has been composing since a child or a teen who has already obtained a Ph.D. in physics and working on the next scientific breakthrough. Scan the Internet and you’ll find plenty of stories of children and teens with exceptional talent. You’ll read about a five year old who has already […]

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Family Focused Therapy Helps Reduce Teen Bipolar Disorder Symptoms

Family Focused Therapy Helps Reduce Teen Bipolar Disorder Symptoms

A recent study done at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) offered some promising results. The research aimed to discover whether the use of Family Focused Therapy along with medication could help reduce symptoms of those adolescents diagnosed with Teen Bipolar Disorder. The study evaluated 145 teens with a Bipolar Disorder diagnosis and compared the use of medication and psycho-education as a form of treatment […]

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