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Suicidal thoughts
Mental health issues
Anger 
Self-esteem issues
Grief
 
Eating disorders
(ex.  anorexia, bulimia)
 
Pregnancy, Contraception, Sexually Transmitted Infection, HIV-AIDS
 
Sexual orientation and Gender Identity
 
Physical, emotional and sexual abuse
Rape
Negligence
Family violence
 
Threats
Harassment
Intimidation, bullying 
Dating violence
 
Legal issues
 
Physical health
 
Academic problems
School dropouts
Literacy
 
Financial difficulties, housing and employment
 
Drugs, alcohol, medication, smoking, gambling
 

Helping Tree
Chaleur  
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There are two ways to access the Helping Tree:

1. You can download the Helping Tree in PDF format, which will allow to have an overview of the different issues and suggested helping resources.

2. You can choose to use the interactive Helping Tree. This method will allow you to choose one issue at a time from the menu to the left and examine each suggested helping resources.
Financial difficulties, housing and employment
 
Legal issues
 
Academic problems
School dropouts
Literacy
 
Physical health
 
Sexual orientation and Gender Identity
 
Threats
Harassment
Intimidation, bullying 
Dating violence
 
Pregnancy, Contraception, Sexually Transmitted Infection, HIV-AIDS
 
Drugs, alcohol, medication, smoking, gambling
 
Physical, emotional and sexual abuse
Rape
Negligence
Family violence
 
Suicidal thoughts
Mental health issues
Anger 
Self-esteem issues
Grief
 
Eating disorders
(ex.  anorexia, bulimia)
 


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