Personal Safety Plans
Below are a few tools that youth and young adults have found helpful when dealing with emotional crises or safety concerns. Talk to your doctor, therapist, or counselor for more self-help tools. If you are in an immediate crisis, call 911.
love is respect: Teen dating safety plan
National Alliance on Mental Illness: Mental health: Child crisis response
State of Oregon: Oregon's Declaration for Mental Health Treatment
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration: Wellness as a component of substance abuse recovery
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Suicide
FORGE: Self Help Guide for Trans Survivors of Violence
National Eating Disorders Association: Eating Disorder Relapse Prevention Plan
Autistic Self-Advocacy Network ASAN: Autism and Safety Toolkit
Students Against Depression: Self-harm
Templates for Elementary and Secondary schools: School Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying Safety Plan
Template: Family's Emergency Support Team
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