Who we are
We are warmline offering nonjudgmental peer-to-peer support for a variety of topics, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, LGBTQ , family and friends, school, STIs and health issues, and sports.
We started as a result of information gathered by Clark County"s Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force. Interviewed youth stressed the importance of having someone in their peer group to talk to about difficult issues.
We represent a diverse array of backgrounds, personalities, and outlooks on the world. We are eager to assist peers in getting through the difficulties of adolescence.
Nonjudgmental support for teens, by teensQuoted From: https://clark.wa.gov/community-services/teen-talk
Visit our website (ccteentalk.clark.wa.gov) to find resources, things to do, and more!
Want to talk?
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