The teen years are possibly the most difficult years in a person's life. Along with the physical changes that bring so much of turmoil, there are major emotional and psychological changes happening, simultaneously... the "child" is really growing into an "adult". His way of looking at the world is changing, yet, however the world still treats him as a child. Teenagers often find their independence by making friends and widening their social circle. As they begin to carve out an identity, they become more susceptible to their friend's influences. In general this is a healthy process that enables the teenager to find a niche outside of the family environment. But occasionally peer pressure may lead to situations that need parental or professional guidance. Keeping this in mind we have developed several programs that act as help-lines and resources for teenagers and their caretakers.