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Classes

A Bear River Health Department class for youth, 14-19 years old, in Box Elder County. Be Proud! Be Responsible! students participate in 6 educational modules.

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events

Events

Learn more about fun and educational activities that will  help you build healthy relationships and develop life skills to achieve educational/career success.  

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resources

Resources

Resources Galore! Learn about community agencies that support and help you build healthy relationships, healthy life skills, and achieve educational/career success.

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If you’ve ever had the flu, you know how bad it can make you feel. To help avoid all that misery — as well as possible health complications — doctors now recommend that all teens get a flu vaccine every year. Hate getting shots? There’s good news: The flu vaccine also comes in a nasal spray (flu mist), ask about it! Why Get Vaccinated? The main reason for getting vaccinated is to spare yourself the misery of flu. But there […]

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Hand washing is our first line of defense against germs, just like your Mom taught you when you were young, pretty simple but super helpful in reducing the risk of getting sick. Hand washing is important ALL the time but this time of year, as we move inside and spend more time in closer proximity with others, our risk of receiving and sharing germs increases. There are obvious times when hand washing is critical, such as, after using the restroom, […]

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Your online identity may be different from your real-world identity, and some parts of it may be entirely made up. Maybe you are a little shy in real life, but online you’re a jokester and your avatar is a famous comedian. Maybe your classmates think of you as a soccer star, but online you indulge your secret passion for chess and environmentalism. While online, you can change the way you look, the way you act and present yourself to others, […]

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Relationships can be exciting, fun, overwhelming but sometimes dangerous. October is Domestice Violence Awareness Month. We encourage you to take a closer look at how you treat others and how others treat you. Relationships should boost our self-esteem, provide love and support and encourage us to take good care of ourselves. Respectful communication is key in a healthy relationship. Visit http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/relationships/healthy_relationship.html to learn more about what a healthy relationship looks like or visit http://www.loveisrespect.org/is-this-abuse/is-this-abuse to learn signs of abuse, take […]

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Whether we realize it or not, all of us are constantly trying to “fit in” with a crowd; but not everyone enjoys the same crowd. Does that mean other crowds have nothing good to offer? No, it means accept the differences of others and take time, on purpose, to learn from them, likewise let them learn from you. Enjoy the moment and don’t worry about changing who you are to “fit in.” Keep it real in every crowd and you’ll […]

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Going Back to School After having a wonderful summer, it is sometimes hard to get back into a routine and get your head wrapped around school. The first day of school is always the craziest day and after that it gets easier. Before school actually starts, try to take a tour of the school in order to find your classes. It will help you feel more comfortable when you return on the first day. Remember to wear something that makes […]

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This project is sponsored by the Bear River Health Department and supported in part by the Personal Responsibility Education Program from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth, and Families.
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