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Welcome to the One Life Project's official Center For Education and Research, an education, research, and resource center made for teens, young adults, and others. Here, you'll find thousands of facts, research, statistics, health science information, and more about a vast number of important topics including mental health, suicide, bullying, and human rights.

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Teens Education Center

Teenage years are a time of immense change and self-discovery, marked by the delicate transition between adolescence and adulthood. Amidst the physical, emotional, and social transformations, mental health emerges as a critical facet that demands our attention. The well-being of teenagers is not just a matter of personal concern; it is integral to the fabric of society and lays the foundation for a resilient, compassionate, and flourishing future. Teenagers grapple with a myriad of challenges, ranging from academic stress and peer relationships to body image concerns and identity formation. The pervasive influence of social media can exacerbate these challenges, fostering unrealistic expectations and unhealthy comparisons. Moreover, issues such as bullying, family dynamics, and societal pressures contribute to the complex landscape of teen mental health. Teens need our support today more than ever and here at One Life Project, we are here to help educate, support, and advocate for teens nationwide in the various struggles they face day to day.

Prevent. Educate. Advocate: Uniting for a Future Without Suicide.

College Students Education Center

The transition to college is a pivotal and transformative period in a young person's life. While it brings the promise of academic growth, new friendships, and expanded horizons, it also presents unique challenges to the mental health of college students. Juggling academic pressures, newfound independence, and social expectations can create a complex landscape where mental well-being becomes a critical focus. For many college students, the transition from high school to college represents a newfound independence. While this autonomy fosters personal growth, it can also lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. Away from the familiar support structures of home, students may grapple with issues of identity, belonging, and establishing new social connections. It is essential for colleges to provide resources that address these challenges and help students navigate the complexities of independence. This mixed with the anxiety behind the formation of new friendships and relationships, peer pressure, social expectations, and the desire for acceptance, all may contribute to heightened stress levels and mental health concerns.

90¢ of every $1 goes directly into furthering our mission of helping teens and young people with mental health advocacy, education, and support

The One Life Project works in communities across the United States and beyond and we need your help to do it! By volunteering with us, you are able to help young people in your community by advocating, educating, and supporting those who need our help.

20% of women and 7% of men will experience some kind of sexual assault while at college and only 12% are reported to police and college officials

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Students in Classroom

Young Adults Education Center

Becoming a young adult can be stressful. Deciding whether to go to college, getting a job, having to maintain friendships with people you no longer see everyday, and various other stressors all take a toll on the mental health of young adults. Since COVID-19, mental health and suicide rates for young people have gotten worse. Suicide prevention among young adults is a critical concern that demands a comprehensive and compassionate approach. As this vulnerable demographic navigates the challenges of emerging adulthood, it is essential to implement strategies that foster mental health awareness, resilience, and a supportive environment, while working to end the stigma that surround mental health. Self love, confidence, and self care all play a crucial part in a young person's life. Self-love is particularly crucial for young people as it forms the bedrock for their personal development, emotional well-being, and resilience. Taking care of ourselves mentally affects our emotional development, mental health, confidence, the love we have for ourselves, and affects the ways we let others treat us.

Center for Human Rights and Activism

A lot of progress has been accomplished in recent years regarding human rights and LGBTQ+ education, however there is a tremendous amount of work still to be done. The intersection of human rights and LGBTQ+ education and activism represents a powerful movement striving for equality, dignity, and inclusion. Despite recent progress, many LGBTQ+ individuals and minority groups around the world continue to face discrimination, persecution, and violations of their basic human rights. The One Life Project takes on strong stance in support of LGBTQ+ youth, minority groups, and those who are marginalized and discriminated against. We stand in support for these individuals and share their stories to affect change in communities across the world. Inclusion has a profound impact on mental health and well-being. When individuals feel accepted and included, they experience a sense of psychological safety. On the contrary, exclusion, discrimination, and hate can lead to feelings of isolation and can negatively impact mental health. Prioritizing inclusion creates environments that support positive mental health outcomes for individuals and communities and is of utmost importance in schools, universities, and youth centers.

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