SafeTeen New Mexico, established in , is a youth driven, community based non-profit organization. SafeTeen partners with various public and private entities to fund and create high school programs that educate teens about the real consequences of poor decisions related to risky behaviors. Safeteen's vision is to create awareness by youth, for youth to facilitate healthy decision making. Students and school staff work together with SafeTeen to customize school based programs as well as broad based social marketing campaigns on teen safety issues. Our goal is to prevent injury, death and disability resulting from poor teen choices. One of the keys to SafeTeen's success is the constant involvement of youth through our partnership with the New Mexico Youth Alliance. In addition to having three voting youth members on our board of directors, the Youth Alliance is critically involved in every aspect of our work. Youth members sit on every committee and are always involved in the development of each social issue campaign. In conjunction with the school, SafeTeen works with a core group of students to create an innovative, high impact experience that allows teens to hear from their peers and fully understand the dangers that exist around these youth related issues.
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SafeTeen New Mexico is a youth driven non-profit organization. We partner with both public and private entities to fund and create programs that educate teens, parents, educators and community leaders about critical issues facing youth. Programs have included: distracted driving, underage drinking, drug abuse, date violence, body image, addiction, suicide and many others.
Jump to navigation. Our mission is to create awareness in order to facilitate healthy decision making by youth. Students and schools work with SafeTeen on school-based programs as well as broad based social marketing campaigns. SafeTeen exists to prevent injury, death and disability resulting from poor teen choices.
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