1. Catherine's Story


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    A digital story about parenting, as told by Catherine. Made as part of the Massachusetts Pregnant and Parenting Teen Initiative.

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    • 17 + Pregnant


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      Meet Nicolle, a 19 year old student from Sterling High School, with a story about of her life as a teen parent.

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      • Start a Conversation


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        Your kids have questions: Questions about their future, relationships, healthy decision making, college. The list goes on. They want to hear from you, their parent. Don't know what to say? Contact Children's Home Society of NC to help get a conversation started. 1(800) 632-1400 www.chsnc.org

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        • Dimattei-Individual Story


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          Kensington High School CAPA guidance counselor, Keila Vargas, tells us what her minority students must overcome everyday just to graduate high school.

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          • Beyond Judgment


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            "Beyond Judgment" is a documentary, created by 3 college students, that looks at teen parenthood through an unconventional lens. See the stereotypes be debunked through the testimonials of three young parents, Ryan, Zakia, and Alyssa, as they do their best to raise their children in today's judgmental society.

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            • The Sherry Bronson Show - Erica Mills-Hollis, Author & Publisher


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              Sherry Bronson, Host, The Sherry Bronson Show speaks with Erica Mills-Hollis, Author, Dreams Altered but not Abandoned "The Teen Mom Experience" & Publisher, Precious Heart Publishing

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              • The Hindering Light


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                We all know what teen moms have to go through on childbirth and telling their parents, but

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                • Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development Phoenix AZ Safe Place


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                  National Safe Place is a nationally known organization that provides access to immediate help and supportive resources for young people in crisis through a network of sites sustained by qualified agencies, trained volunteers and businesses. In 2005, Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development was awarded a contract to be the lead local agency in our area for National Safe Place. How SafePlace Works... 1) A youth in crisis walks into a designated Safe Place location (ALL QuikTrip stores in our area and Arizona Federal Credit Unions are authorized SafePlaces and are identified by a Safe Place sign or decal at each location) and tells the first available employee that they need Safe Place help. 2) The employee will find a quiet, comfortable place for the youth to wait while they call the local Safe Place contact. 3) The Safe Place contact will call the location back to identify the volunteer or staff member who will come to meet the young person at the location. 4) Ideally, within 20-30 minutes, the Safe Place volunteer or staff member will arrive to talk with the youth and transport him or her to the agency for counseling, support, a place to stay or other resources.

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