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Suicidal ideas 
Anger 
Grief 
Mental health problems
 
Heart broken 
Peer pressure 
Bullying 
Family problems 
Relationship with parents, friends 
Sick parent 
Separation 
Divorce
 
Birth Control 
Sexually Transmitted Infections 
Sexual problems 
Pregnant or possibly pregnant
 
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
 
Physical, emotional and sexual abuse 
Negligence 
Dating and family violence 
Harrassment 
Threats 
Bullying
 
Legal problems
 
Physical health
 
Eating disorders
 
Youth & family support, Housing
 
Drugs, alcohol, gambling
 

Helping Tree
Saint John  
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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.
Youth & family support, Housing
 
Legal problems
 
Eating disorders
 
Physical health
 
Drugs, alcohol, gambling
 
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
 
Suicidal ideas 
Anger 
Grief 
Mental health problems
 
Birth Control 
Sexually Transmitted Infections 
Sexual problems 
Pregnant or possibly pregnant
 
Physical, emotional and sexual abuse 
Negligence 
Dating and family violence 
Harrassment 
Threats 
Bullying
 
Heart broken 
Peer pressure 
Bullying 
Family problems 
Relationship with parents, friends 
Sick parent 
Separation 
Divorce
 


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