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Real Talk Drop-in Peer Support Groups

We believe that all young people deserve a safe place to connect, share stories and encouragement. We offer in person and online peer-to-peer support groups for young people who are struggling with self-care, self-esteem, break ups, healing after abuse, dealing with toxic relationships, family tension or friend drama, feeling stressed out or left out at school. 



what to expect

When you attend a Real Talk Peer Support Group you can expect to gain mutual support on the path toward safety, healing, empowerment and well-being, as well as the opportunity to:

  • Regain self-esteem

  • Identify strengths

  • Develop new skills (self-care, coping, safety planning, etc.)

  • Achieve personal goals

  • Access resources

  • Build social connections with peers


REAL TALK drop-in peer support groups are offered in person or through video chat.


We offer different groups for ages 11-13, 14-17 & 18-24. Meet your people. SIGN UP HERE


  • Weeks 1-4: Self Esteem ❤️ 

  • Weeks 5-8: Self Care & Coping

  • Weeks 8-12: Social Connections & Healthy Relationships

related to promoting healthy relationships & preventing interpersonal violence 

​Interpersonal violence refers to verbal, emotional, physical, sexual or gender-based violence between individuals. It includes: teen dating violence, domestic violence, sexual violence, gender-based violence, stalking, cyber-abuse and bullying.

What is Teen Dating Violence?

Teen Dating Violence (aka relationship abuse) is a pattern of controlling and/or violent behaviors to maintain power over a dating partner. Dating Violence can be verbal, emotional, physical and/or sexual and can cause low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, injury and even death. Teen Dating Violence shows up in many forms, including:

  • Threats to harm self or their dating partner

  • Humiliation such as insults, name calling, etc.

  • Intimidation

  • Isolation from friends and family

  • Possessive Jealousy

  • Controlling what someone wears, who they are friends with, etc. 

  • Hitting, punching, kicking, pinching

  • Sexual harassment, coercion or rape

What is Sexual Violence?

Sexual Violence is any sexual activity where consent in not freely given. Most forms of sexual violence are criminal acts. Sexual Violence affects people of all genders, sexual orientations, and ages and includes, but is not limited to:

  • Sexual coercion (forcing, convincing or threatening someone to engage in sexual activity)

  • Sexual harassment (stalking, inappropriate jokes, comments or gestures, un-welcomed advances, etc.)

  • Rape (sexual intercourse or penetration without consent)

  • Child sexual abuse (sexual assault of a minor by an adult)

Consent is given with a firm and enthusiastic YES! Maybe does not mean yes!


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