What youíll find here . . . youth created videos, contests for youth, materials made just for youth, and ways youth can get involved in
protecting the health of our people and environment.
2012 YOUTH XCHANGE VIDEO COMPETITION
Check out the 2012 Youth Xchange Video Competition special categories sponsored by DOH. The contest is open to students statewide from grades K Ė 12. Winning schools receive a new Sony high definition video camera.
Find out more at www.olelo.org/yxc.
Open to youth 16-24. The Youth HUI's mission is to bring knowledge, support, encouragement and most importantly optimism to youth in need.
The youth in the HUI particpate in leadership training, createive expression experiences, connect to the community and have group "rap" time to discuss major issues in their lives to find solutions.
Click on the Youth flier
and brochure to learn more.
Do you know the warning signs of suicide?
Find out the warning signs and things you can do to prevent suicide from a brochure developed for teens and parents by Jourdan Cachola,
a senior from Farrington HS Class of 2010 as her Senior Graduation Project.
HAWAII YOUTH DATA
Are you doing a research paper? Tap into the data that the Dept. of Health collects from Hawaii youth on various health issues, such as
smoking, drug use, and behaviors that contribute to obesity. View the Youth Risk Behavior Survey results on
Hawaii Data Warehouse.
Search data by numerous topics at Hawaii Health Matters.
REAL LIFE STORIES
Car accidents are the #1 killer of teens in America. Check out real life stories about teens just like you who lost their lives because they or someone they were riding with made one bad decision.
Before you pick up the car keys, visit What Do You Consider Lethal?