Welcome to Teen Strong – Teen Girls Help
We’ve got you covered!

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.

State-wide

Work Phone: (602) 256-2245

Website: http://ability360.org/

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

State-wide

Phone: (480)503-8530

Website: https://www.arizonaschildren.org

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

State-wide

Website: https://anytownleadershipcamp.org/

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

Central AZ, Yavapai, Tucson

Work Phone: Central AZ: (602) 264-2447
Work Phone: Yavapai: (928) 778-5135
Work 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

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

State-wide

Work 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.

Nation-wide

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