Shelter, food and clothing are all basic rights that teens have.
Teens can have a local paper route-type job as early as the age of 12.
Unfortunately, teens don't have the formal right to property until they are 18.
A teen's right to clothing involves only what is necessary to protect him/her from the elements. While some people have stronger families than others, each teen deserves someone around to provide support and comfort.
One of the final social rights that a teenager has is the right to be safe from harm.
No matter what the situation, kindness is always appropriate.