To speak about youth problems, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Urgent - needing attention very soon, especially before anything else, because important;
Important - necessary or of great value;
Serious - severe in effect; bad;
Awful - extremely bad or unpleasant;
Shocking - a sudden, unexpected, and usually unpleasant;
Difficult to solve - not easy to find a way out;
Family problems - difficult situation, conflicts with the members of your family;
Personal problems - difficulties that you have in your personal life;
School problems - conflicts, difficult situations at school;
Violence - actions or words that are intended to hurt people;
Cruelty - cruel behaviour or a cruel action;
Drug addiction - addiction to natural or artificially made chemical that is taken for pleasure, to improve someone's performance of an activity, or because a person cannot stop using it;
Drinking problems - problems with alcohol, addicted to hot drinks;
Poverty - the condition of being extremely poor;
Discrimination - treating a person or particular group of people differently, especially in a worse way from the way in which you treat other people, because of their skin colour, sex, sexuality, etc;
Loneliness - the state of being lonely.
Many people are in urgent need of food and water.
This is a very serious offence.
Teens face with drinking problems very often.
Loneliness is the main problem in teens’ life.