Local Assistance and Resources

List of resources for teens in need; includes help with food, clothing, school, health, pregnancy, drug and alcohol treatment and school.

Community Resource List

Online Resources

  • The Northwest Youth Networker newsletter from the InterNetwork for Youth covers youth-related activities and services and issues that affect teens in the Northwest. Download an issue with state-by-state and topic-by-topic information.

Recommended Books

  • Treating Explosive Kids-The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach by Ross W. Greene and J.Stuart Ablon
  • What Your Explosive Child Is Trying To Tell You: Discovering The Pathway From Symptoms To Solutions by Douglas A. Riley
  • The Explosive Child: A New Approach For Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children by Ross W. Greene.
  • I Hate You Don’t Leave Me: Understanding The Borderline Personality by Jerold J. Kreisman and Hal Strauss
  • CUT by Patricia McCormick
  • Our Runaway and Homeless Youth: A Guide to Understanding by Natasha Slesnick
  • ANGER: Deal with it, Heal with it, Stop it from Killing You by William Gray Defodre, PHD
  • Life Space Crisis Intervention (2nd Edition): Talking with Students in Conflict by Nicholas J. Long, Mary M. Wood, and Frank A. Fecser

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“I was broken inside. I felt worthless and unwanted.”

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Jackson Street Youth Services
PO Box 1984 Albany, OR 97321
PO Box 285 Corvallis, OR 97339

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