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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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 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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August 2016
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unfortunately, summer is almost over and school starts later this month.  One positive to this is the chance to see friends who (even though you promised you would) you haven’t seen since school ended.  With this happy reunion comes the expected question, “What did you do this summer?”  Well, what did you do?  Did you go on a family vacation, or camping, or play sports?  Did you farm, or read, […]

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Hi Girls! It’s time to save your seat for the 16th annual Box Elder County Girl’s Empowerment Conference August 16-17! We are looking forward to a special focus on Self-Worth, Life Skills, and Healthy Relationships! The costs have been kindly funded by generous grants, so this is a Free Event, Lunch and gift bag included! We would like to say huge “thank you’s” to all of the staff and friends of the New Hope Crisis Center for letting this event […]

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Check out the following link for tips to increase your physical fitness, protect your health and prevent injuries!

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Simple distractions can cause serious outcomes! Driving Distractions – 3,179 people lost their lives in 2014 due to distractions while driving. There are 3 types of distractions that can effect how we operate a vehicle: 1. Cognitive – brain focused on the task of driving 2. Visual – eyes on the road, watching for potential hazards, so we can react quickly 3. Manual – hands on the wheel, so we can operate the vehicle safely Eating, changing music, reading and […]

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The National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center has created the following tips to overcome bullying: 1. Talk to your parents or an adult you can trust, such as a teacher, school counselor, or principal. Many teens who are targets of bullies do not talk to adults because they feel embarrassed, ashamed, or fearful, and they believe they should be able to handle the problem on their own. Others believe that involving adults will only make the situation worse. While in […]

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This time of year can be a bit rough with grey skies one day and the tease of Spring another day. Unfortunately, some people experience bouts of depression. According to Teenshealth.org, if you feel depressed, it’s best to do something about it — depression doesn’t just go away on its own. In addition to getting help from a doctor or therapist, here are 5 things Teenshealth.org suggests you can do to feel better. 1. Exercise. Take a 15- to 30-minute […]

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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.