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H.E.A.R.T.

Healthy Emotions & Attitudes in Relationships Today (H.E.A.R.T.)

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In June 2005, Laura's House launched a new website designed to assist teens who are seeking information on healthy relationships.

The website is an expansion of the Healthy Emotions and Attitudes in Relationships Today (H.E.A.R.T) program that is geared for at-risk children and teens. View our H.E.A.R.T. brochure here.

By educating children on healthy relationships and appropriate conflict resolution skills, we hope to prevent violence before it starts.

Workshops on healthy relationships are held at numerous schools and youth facilities in the county. View our flyer here. For more information contact Marissa Presley at (949) 361-3775 x213 or mpresley@laurashouse.org

Visit the Laura's House Teen Site

Check our website for youth, parents and teachers!

Laura's House Teen Site

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"I liked this program a lot. It will help me in a future relationship." – Theo Lacy Inmate (18 year old male)
"I want to thank you for coming. I appreciate it. I t has changed the way I see things. I will change for the better." – Theo Lacy Inmate (18 year old male)
"Your presentation got me thinking." – Theo Lacy Inmate (18 year old male)
"You really planted a seed in my mind." – Theo Lacy Inmate (18 year old male)
"It was very educational and interesting. She was a good story teller." – St. Margaret's Episcopal School (15 year old male)
"I had no idea about a lot of these issues." – St. Margaret's Episcopal School (14 year old female)
"I think that a lot more people will be careful when choosing a partner." – St. Margaret's Episcopal School (13 year old female)
"I have been through a lot of the things that we went over today. I'm glad there is help out there." – Santiago Creek High School (17 year old female)
"There were some interesting things and some ideas to really think about." – Saddleback College (21 year old male)
"This has helped me realize that I shouldn't be so dramatic sometimes toward my girlfriend." – Saddleback College (19 year old male)

Read more testimonials and inspirational quotes here.

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