Personal Safety Plans

Teen in hat standing with confidence

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 of mental health treatment

Substance abuse and mental health administration: Wellness as a component of substance abuse recovery

Suicide prevention lifeline: Suicide

Love is respect: Teen dating safety plan

Forge forward: Transgender or gender nonconforming

National eating disorders association: Eating disorders 

Autistic self-advocacy network ASAN: Autism and safety toolkit

Students against depression: Self-harm

Templates for elementary and secondary school plans: School bullying, harassment, and intimidation safety plan

Disclaimer

Inclusion of resources on our site does not imply endorsement nor does exclusion mean we do not think it is valuable. We work to keep our list of resources current and relevant but it is not exhaustive.

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