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How can I become a Teenline volunteer?
If you are a teenager at least 16 years of age or an adult with an interest in helping young people, you may qualify to be a Teenline volunteer. You must live in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area and agree to work at least two four-hour shifts on the line per month for one year. Each phone volunteer undergoes training that prepares him or her to relate to teens and the particular stresses of this period of life. Adolescent growth and development, active listening, sexuality, substance abuse, AIDS, and suicide are some of the topics covered. On-going training helps volunteers sharpen their skills and increase their awareness of teen issues. If you'd like to learn more about becoming a volunteer, call Teenline at 405-522-3835 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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