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Teens 101

A new way of reaching, informing and helping youth through the stresses and obstacles they may be facing in the transition from adolescence to adulthood. A 13 episode TV series, lesson plans, and mobile program combining expert advice and actual stories from young adults that experienced a variety of mental health issues including depression, peer pressure, body image, addiction, sexuality and bullying.

Teens101, was created to be a toolbox for today’s teens that may be experiencing personal life challenges or that may know someone who may need help. Teens 101 is a collection of stories to show teens they are not alone and help is available. For Parents and Teachers, Teens 101 is a guide offering helpful information, directory of services in their local area able to help, lesson plans to stimulate dialogue and much more.  Teens101 will engage teens and have them connect with stories and experience what others have done to overcome their challenges – bringing hope and light to despair and darkness.

Teens101 Inc.

Teens 101 Inc. is a production company that was created to evolve the Teens 101 concept to a 13-episode series.  It has esteemed producer, Daniel D’or as the producer who sets the vision for future projects.

Project Details

Release Date December 1, 2017
Content Component(s) Curriculum, TV series, Webisodes, Website
Episode(s) 13 x 30 mins
Genre(s) Documentary
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) Adults, Children, Youth
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Mental Health
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