If they suggest something that you don’t think will work for you, don’t be afraid to let them know.

Please make sure you are in a safe space before you text. When you call, be prepared for the advocate to first ask if you are in a safe place to talk.

Always delete the conversation after you finish to ensure that no one else can access your information. Once you are, the advocate will encourage you to explain your situation.

We think it’s a great tool that can greatly benefit a parent’s relationship with their child when it comes to online safety.

Screen Retriever, is a monitoring program that allows parents to record and remotely view their children’s computer screen in real time.

We receive a variety of questions from teens and 20-somethings all over the country. ” No relationship question is off limits, too crazy or embarrassing.

You could ask for help for yourself or for a friend in need.

The live chat (IM-style) is not a public chat room.

We use an internal messaging system specifically for young adults who need to contact a peer advocate — it is NOT a general chat messenger such as MSN Messenger, AIM, Yahoo Live Chat, Gchat or i Chat.

You will never be asked for your name or other contact information, but an advocate may ask for your age and city to find local resources for you.

Chat with a peer advocate by clicking on the “Chat Online Now” button at the top of the page. If you can’t or don’t want to talk to an advocate on the phone, we offer the same support via our live chat service on

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