Teen Life Support Groups are intended to provide a safe place for teens to talk with peers dealing with similar issues. These groups get together to talk about issues that are going on in teens’ lives. These may be things like grief, depression, anger, or could be prompted by issues with cutting, alcohol, or drugs. In these groups, students will also learn life skills that will help them deal with stress, relationships, challenges, school and more!

The thing that makes our support groups different is that the teenagers, as participants, get to have input into how the group will work and what we will talk about throughout the process. Interested in finding out more? Contact us today!

 

What Brings Students Together?

Our groups are for High School and Middle School students and typically meet once a week for 7 or 8-weeks. These groups happen during school hours with the help of a school counselor or other staff member. To see the schools we are working with, check out the drop-down menus below!

 

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Support Groups Cover Topics Like: 

Stress Management
Internal Resources
Relationships
Life at School
Finding Resources
Ups & Downs of Life

These groups are for:

High School Students

Middle School Students

Teen-aged Parents

School Districts and schools where Teen Life has actively held groups during the 2018-2019 School Year:
(click each school for additional details)

Arlington ISD
  • Barnett Junior High School
Bridgeport ISD
  • Bridgeport Middle School

 

Decatur ISD

24 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Decatur High School DAEP
  • Decatur High School
  • McCarroll Middle School
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

47 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Colleyville Heritage High School
  • Grapevine High School
  • Grapevine Middle School
  • Heritage Middle School
Krum ISD

19 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Krum High School
  • Krum Middle School
Northwest ISD
  • Chisholm Trail Middle School 
  • Northwest High School
  • V.R. Eaton High School
Weatherford ISD

27 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Tison Middle School
  • Weatherford High 9th Grade Center
  • Weatherford High School
Williamson County Schools

9 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Renaissance High School
Birdville ISD

71 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Birdville DAEP High School
  • Birdville DAEP Middle School
  • Haltom High School
  • North Oaks Middle School
  • Richland High School
  • Smithfield Middle School
Carroll ISD

5 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Carroll High School

 

Denton ISD

5 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • John H. Guyer High School
  • Ryan High School
Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD

6 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Hurst Junior High
Lewisville ISD

46 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Hebron High School 9thGrade Campus
  • Lewisville High School Harmon Campus
  • Lewisville Learning Center
  • Marcus 9thGrade Campus
  • Marcus High School
Partner Organizations

50 students reached during the Fall of 2017

     

  • The Youth Center (Previously TYRC)
White River Valley School District

6 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • White River Valley High School
Boyd ISD

5 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Boyd Middle School
Cleburne ISD

8 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Lowell Smith Middle School
Fort Worth ISD

218 students reached during the Fall of 2017

     

  • Applied Learning Academy
  • Arlington Heights High School
  • Benbrook Middle School
  • Boulevard Heights School
  • Carter-Riverside High School
  • Daggett Middle School
  • Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School
  • Dunbar High School
  • Eastern Hills High School
  • Handley Middle School
  • International Newcomer Academy High School
  • International Newcomer Academy Middle School
  • Metro Opportunity High School
  • North Side High School
  • O.D. Wyatt High School
  • Paschal High School
  • Polytechnic High School
  • South Hills High School
  • Southwest High School
  • Success High School
  • Trimble Tech High School
  • Western Hills High School
Keller ISD

56 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Central High School
  • Fossil Ridge High School
  • Keller DAEP High School
  • New Direction High School
  • Parkwood Hill Intermediate School
  • Timbercreek High School
  • Timberview Middle School
  • Trinity Meadows Intermediate School
Metro Nashville Public Schools

11 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Hillsboro High School
Richardson ISD

78 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Apollo Junior High
  • Lake Highlands High School
  • Lake Highlands Junior High School
  • LV Berkner High School
  • Liberty Junior High School
  • Pearce High School
  • Richardson High School
  • Richardson North Junior High School
White Settlement ISD

21 students reached during the Fall of 2018

     

  • Brewer High School
  • Brewer Middle School
  • Tannahill Intermediate School