When was the teen line written?

When was the teen line written?

Teen Line was created in 1980 by a group of mental health professionals who, through their personal work with teenagers, realized that a more inclusive approach to adolescent mental health was needed. After extensive research and consultation, Teen Line was born.

Who is the host of Teenline?

Reyna Avina Hernandez, Teen Line Outreach Presenter Reyna joined the Los Angeles Community College District at East Los Angeles College as a Professor of Child Development in the Fall 2015.

Where is teen line located?

It taught me that I, a high school student, could change someone’s life for the better, that I can even save a life.” – Lilly, Teen Line Listener Teen Line is a national teen to teen crisis hotline located at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, CA.

Is teenline confidential?

California law permits the release of confidential information in situations where serious danger to a foreseeable victim is present and where our therapists suspect child abuse. The Executive Director is authorized to take such steps as she deems reasonable and necessary to protect the confidentiality of records.

Is Teen Line Safe?

Programs: Teen Line Hotline: Provides a safe, anonymous place for teens to talk about their struggles with a peer who can empathize and listen without judgement. A significant number of our contacts focused on life-threatening mental health concerns, for which Teen Line might be their only resource.

What was a teen phone line?

TEEN LINE is a non-profit nationwide teen help hotline based out of the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Trained teen volunteers can be reached nightly by calling (800) 852-8336 from 6 pm to 10 pm PST or by texting “TEEN” to 839863 from 6 pm to 9pm PST.

Do party lines still exist?

“Party Lines” is an etiquette film for a long-gone part of rural life: the party line. By 2000, according to USA Today, there were still over 5,000 party lines still in existence in the U.S., but the majority of them were hooked up to only one remaining household.

How much did party lines cost?

The operators of these lines charged participants on a per minute basis, for example, 95 cents for the first minute and 45 cents for each additional. After the first party lines opened, the fad exploded. Teens learned they could dial a simple phone number and charge any rates directly to their parents’ phone bill.

Is it possible to text 911?

Yes. While all wireless phones have the capability to dial 911 regardless if that phone is active on a network, you can only send a text to 911 if you use a cell phone that has an active texting plan. Your mobile carrier’s regular texting rates will apply. Text-to-911 is a new service.