Click the play button to the left to hear our friend Bailey talk about what SOS has to offer.Please note: Because teens are still minors, if they are a victim of child abuse (violence at the hands of an adult or someone 18 ), the SOS victim advocate may be required to report this.
When you’ve had a series of really unsuccessful first dates, you just kind of lose hope that any of them will ever work out. The guy who made this girl set this as her reminder is probably in his own personal hell. It’s one of the most angry-making films you’ll ever see.
If I had a penny for every time I stalked one of my exes on Facebook, I’d have a lot of pennies.
You should really ask a responsible party to hold onto your phone when you’re drinking.
Teens relationships provide the bedrock for future adult relationships. Teens can access free, confidential SOS services just like adults.
They can request services by calling our hotline: 800-825-1295 or 620-342-1870 Teens can ask to meet with an advocate at their school or can come to our outreach office at 402 Commercial St in Emporia Monday- Friday from am-pm.