2727 Fuller Road
 Ann Arbor, MI  48105
 (734)994-2040
 (734)994-2048 FAX
 Jennifer Hein, Principal
 hein@aaps.k12.mi.us
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LOCAL COMMUNITY TEEN SUPPORT

  THE OZONE HOUSE
  We all face challenges and problems at times that can
  make life painful, confusing, and difficult.  Getting
  accurate information and finding out how to get help is
  the first step in making things better.  The Ozone House
  provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL help for youth ages 10-20,
  and their families.  FREE counseling service, shelter,
  and support for runaway, homeless, and at risk youth.
  CRISIS HOTLINE 662-2222

  SAFE HOUSE
  Dedicated to providing FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services
  to any person in an abusive relationship (physical or
  mental) or victim of a sexual assault.  Domestic violence
  happens in all kinds of relationships - including teenage
  relationships.  Safe House serves those who live or
  receive health care in Washtenaw County.  If you or
  someone you know is experiencing violence or abuse from
  an intimate partner, you can contact Safe House's 24-Hour
  Helpline at (734) 995-5444

  SAVE
  Depression is a no-fault disease of the brain.  It is
  biological and not caused by life events such as the
  break-up of a relationship or loss of a job.
  Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) is an
  on-line site dedicated to educating those faced with
  depression, thoughts of suicide, or surviving suicide
  of a loved one.  SAVE's mission is to prevent suicide
  through public awareness and education, eliminate the
  stigma and serve as a resource to those touched by suicide.
  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK

  FATHER PATRICK JACKSON HOUSE PROGRAM
  The Father Patrick Johnson House (Father Pats) is a
  non-denominational residential program serving homeless,
  pregnant, and parenting adolescents and their children.
  Father Pats is committed to the health and well-being of
  teen parent families; using an empowerment approach to
  assist young parents to become self-sufficient.
  PHONE:  734.761.1440

  SOS COMMUNITY SERVICES
  Provides emergency food, clothing, and housing assistance
  to Washtenaw County families in need.
  PHONE: 734-485-8730

  DAWN FARMS
  Dawn Farms provides a continuum of quality services for
  men and women with drug and alcohol problems. Dawn Farms
  often provides a last hope for young addicts and alcoholics
  who have run out of options.

  AL-ANON/ALATEEN
  For over 50 years, Al-Anon has been offering hope and
  help to families and friends of alcoholics.  Find
  solutions that lead to a life of serenity.
  Ann Arbor Office - 734.995.4949

  NATIONAL RUNAWAY HOTLINE
  TOLL FREE:  800-RUN-AWAY
  Being in the middle of a crisis is like being in a dark
  tunnel - you know that there is a way out, but you're
  not sure where it is.  One of the things callers to
  the hotline discover is that they have options.  There
  are many different ways to handle the situation.
  Sometimes what works for someone else will work for you.
  When you're in the middle of a tunnel, just having
  someone shine a light on an alternative idea can make all
  the difference.  FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

  THE NEUTRAL ZONE!
  The Neutral Zone is a youth-oriented, youth-advised
  place which offers a fun, entertaining environment for
  teenagers to meet with friends and meet new people,
  learn new things and satisfy their need for a home away
  from home; a place to call their own during high-risk
  hours.  Huron students may hop on to Bus #91 which leaves
  Huron after 6th Hour (2:25pm) to the Neutral Zone.
  Your new friends are just around the corner!

  PARENTS, TEACHERS, COUNSELORS
  Huron parents, teachers, counselors and administrators
  care about you and all that you do.  Don't hesitate
  to talk to a trusted adult in your life and don't stop
  talking until we really *hear* you.

  YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROJECT
   
To foster, develop and support youth initiative, and a strong
  representational youth voice in the service and decision-making
  life of our community, and to engage youth as resources on a county,
  state-wide, national and international basis. 
  Address:
  Youth Empowerment Project
  202 E. Huron, Suite 101
  Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Ann Arbor Public Schools
Contact Information:
Diane Stocker-Bendersky - Webmaster
E-mail: stockerb@aaps.k12.mi.us
Phone: (734) 994-2092
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