Teen Help ~ Supporting and Empowering Youth

Hotlines/Help Lines
Behaviorial Health
Community Programs
Domestic Violence
Eating Disorders
Education & Leadership
Food, Clothing, Shelter
Pregnancy, Sexual Health
Sex Trafficking
Substance Abuse

Community Programs

Healthy Teens, Healthy Communities is an all inclusive comprehensive health and wellness program for teens.


Phone: (602) 256-2245

Website: http://ability360.org/

Offering art classes, music lessons and dance classes, individual rehearsal spaces,  recording classes, songwriting classes, and discussion groups.



Website: Alicecoopersolidrock.com

Multiple resources and programs to support youth and families. Behavioral health & trauma response, foster care & adoption, family education & support, and many more.


Phone: (480)503-8530

Website: https://www.arizonaschildren.org

Provides youth leadership development while embracing and celebrating a diverse society. Ages 14-19.


Website: https://anytownleadershipcamp.org/

Matches kids/teens/young adults with adult volunteer mentors to develop strong and positive relationships.

Central AZ, Yavapai, Tucson

Phone: Central AZ: (602) 264-2447
Phone: Yavapai: (928) 778-5135
Phone: Tucson: (520) 624-2447

Website: http://www.bbbsaz.org
Website: http://www.azbigs.org
Website: http://www.tucsonbigs.org

In response to community needs, the agency has grown to serve sex-trafficked survivors, victims of domestic abuse, refugees and those experiencing homelessness.

Greater Phoenix, West Valley, Cottonwood, Prescott, Flagstaff

Phone: Greater Phoenix: (602) 997-6105
Phone: West Valley: (623) 486-9868
Phone: Cottonwood: (928)634-4254
Phone: Prescott: (928)778-2531Work
: Flagstaff: (928) 774-9125

Website: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/

CPLC offers a comprehensive range of bilingual and bi-cultural services in behavioral health, domestic violence, substance abuse…and more!


Phone: (602) 257-0700

Website: https://cplc.org/

By offering the largest library of independent age-based ratings and reviews for movies, games, apps, TV shows, and books, Common Sense Media helps families make sense of media choices.


Website: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/

Eagle Pathway empowers youth and young mothers who have experienced foster care or homelessness in Arizona to reach their fullest potential through a wide range of services, including mentoring, food pantry, and single mother support groups.

East Valley

Phone: (480) 225-6664

Website: https://www.eaglepathway.org/

Assistance for victims of domestic, sexual, and teen dating abuse in Maricopa County.

Maricopa County

Phone: (844) 301-7908

Website: http://www.evesplace.org/

The Girl Scout Leadership Experience—a collection of engaging, challenging, and fun activities like earning badges, going on awesome trips, selling cookies, exploring science, getting outdoors, and doing community service projects


Website: girlscouts.org

Heart & Sole is Girls on the Run’s program for middle school girls. The program is accessible to all girls regardless of athletic ability or fitness level.

Maricopa and Pinal Counties

Work Phone: (602) 795-6572

Website: https://www.gotrmc.org/

Girls Thriving program at Fresh Start Women’s Foundation aims to provide all girls in the 6th – 12th grades with holistic opportunities for personal development, leadership, and mentorship.

Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 252-8494