Teen Talks: #DigitalDetox
Teen Talks: #DigitalDetox will be a safe and proactive space where teens in the community will address one of the most relevant addictions that affect us today – social media. Weekly workshops include diving deeper into understanding cyber bullying, body image and self-esteem, consent, and mental health. #DigitalDetox will also provide space and tools for teens to explore how to use social media creatively and safely though guided discussions and fun hands-on projects.

This program is inclusive to anyone ages 13-21 years old, and will take place Wednesdays afternoons from 4:30pm - 6:00pm starting on March 4th, 2020.

Interested in joining? Fill out this form to receive more info!

Tammy (she/her), a Chinese American who was born and raised in Queens. She loves to nap, and enjoys coffee and tea equally.

The goal of the Teen Resource Center is to create positive, inclusive, and safer spaces for adolescents and young adults ages 13-21. Since 2003, the TRC has been an integral component of the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center by meeting the needs of underserved Asian American immigrant youth in the New York City Chinatown community. Utilizing a holistic approach in connecting with youth development, the TRC is built upon three core components: (1) One-on-one health education with youth to provide relevant, clinically-accurate information, (2) Programs and events to engage teens with the community and their peers, and (3) Referrals to connect youth with additional health and social resources.

The TRC is an open space for young folks of any background to learn about their own health, have someone to talk to, or just hang out. You can come in to use a computer, print homework, stay cool/warm, get water, use the bathroom, or say hi. We are always happy to talk to you about anything such as healthy relationships, stress management, school, and more!

Teen Talks: #DigitalDetox takes place at the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, which is located at 136-26 37th Ave. in Flushing. The entrance to the building is marked by a red awning. The space we use is a conference room adjacent to the waiting area.

Main Street stop on the 7 train

BUSES: Q17, Q27, Q34, SBS44, Q48, Q66, and others! (There are *many* bus lines that run through Flushing)

The building has a no-step entry and elevator that are both wheelchair accessible. There are several single-stall ADA-compliant gender-neutral bathrooms on the 6th floor, as well as gendered bathrooms on the 4th floor.

✦ FOOD ✦
Light refreshments (fruits, cookies, etc.) may be provided at each session.

Email Tammy Cheng at tcheng@cbwchc.org or call (212-226-2044) with questions about access, availability, or anything else. Feel free to also drop by the Flushing TRC, which is located on the 2nd Floor and open Monday-Friday 10am-6pm.
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