There is no denying, there has been a lot going on over the past few years. It is important to check in with ourselves to ask “how am I doing”, “how are my friends doing”, and more broadly “how do I deal with stress in my everyday life”?
This tool was designed at the University of Washington for high school students in WA to provide reflection on how you are feeling and how you tend to cope. This reflection provides perspective around your emotions and behaviors and shows what other high school students are experiencing.
It is personalized to you based on information you provide and offers tips and strategies to help with stress.
The tool even has interesting stats like what % of students feel lonely, drink alcohol or use marijuana.
To personalize the tool, you are asked a few anonymous questions in the beginning of the tool.
By continuing on, you are agreeing to participate in this tool and that you are at least 13 years of age. Participation is voluntary and you may stop at any time.
This tool is anonymous.
That means that no one will know how you answered. Everything you answer is private. We won’t know your name or any other contact information.
Due to the anonymous nature of this tool, you will lose your progress if you close your web browser. You can always restart from the beginning.
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This program was designed by behavioral health experts in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington. Funding for this program has been provided by the City of Mercer Island’s Youth & Family Services Healthy Youth Initiative through funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The content does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of SAMHSA or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
If you are in need of immediate assistance please contact the Crisis Clinic 24/7 Helpline
The 24-Hour Crisis Line provides immediate help to individuals, families, and friends of people in emotional crisis. They can help you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we can link you to the appropriate services.
When teens find themselves in crisis or need a place to stay, they should know how and where to get help. Our nation’s young people deserve safety and shelter, and many youth feel they don’t have either. Thanks to Safe Place, immediate help is never too far away.
Free, confidential support — whenever you’re ready. Whether you have experienced a sexual assault yourself, or want to know more about how to help someone else, this crisis line is available 24/7 with support and information to empower you to take your next steps.
All services at Public Health Teen Clinics are free or low cost. Guys and girls up to their 21st birthday are welcome at Teen Clinics. We welcome straight, gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, and questioning teens.
Trans Lifeline provides trans peer support for our community that’s been divested from police since day one. We’re run by and for trans people. The mission of Trans Lifeline is to connect trans people to the community support and resources we need to survive and thrive.
Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people ages 13-24. Includes a 24-hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline and free, confidential secure instant message servicing and text messaging with a counselor 24/7. In the Trevor Support Center youth can find answers to frequently asked questions, and explore resources related to sexual orientation and gender identity.
ACRS promotes social justice and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities. Services include child and youth development, behavioral health and recovery services.
Atlantic Street Center works to help families and communities to raise healthy, successful children and youth through direct services and advocacy for social justice and equity. They provide wrap-around services including education, family support, and behavioral health counseling to low-income minority populations of King and Pierce Counties.
As an organization grounded in the Latino community of Washington State, it is the mission of El Centro de la Raza (The Center for People of All Races) to build the Beloved Community through unifying all racial and economic sectors; to organize, empower, and defend the basic human rights of our most vulnerable and marginalized populations; and to bring critical consciousness, justice, dignity, and equity to all the peoples of the world.
JFS helps vulnerable individuals and families in the Puget Sound region achieve well-being, health and stability. Services include counseling and addiction and domestic violence assistance.
A confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities for substance use/addiction and/or mental health problems.
Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.
NAMI is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
This can be a stressful time. It is normal that you or your loved ones might feel anxious, sad, scared or angry. You are not alone. It is okay to seek out and ask for help. The resources here are a good place to start.