Adolescents get help from new Ha Noi hotline (15-03-2005) Ha Noi teens read posters about HIV/AIDS. — VNA/VNS Photo Duong Ngoc HA NOI — Adolescence is a confusing time for many young people. Parents and teachers often do not understand a child’s dramatic transition into adulthood. During the period of change from child to teenager, experts say many children hesitate to share their thoughts with adults both at home and at school. Thanks to funding from Plan International in Viet Nam and the National Committee of Population, Family and Children, a new hotline may help clear up some of the confusions that come with puberty and growing older. The free-of-charge hotline, which was established in May of last year, provides advice to teenagers in Ha Noi who face difficulties in their day-to-day lives. The hotline, which can be reached at 1-800-1567, encourages young people to ask questions or share thoughts that might otherwise embarrass them with parents or teachers. The hotline receives an average of 30 to 50 calls every day, mostly from children, but in some cases from adults. The hotline fields calls and questions every day from 7am to 9pm. “Most of the calls are about relationship worries…
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