Resources for Children, Teens, and Parents
Click here for our comprehensive listing of more than 250 services and websites for children and adolescents.
If you are a service provider and would like to add your program to this list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other great websites to visit:
Bullying can affect you in many ways. You may lose sleep or feel sick. You may want to skip school. You may even be thinking about suicide. If you are feeling hopeless or helpless or know someone that is, please call the LIFELINE at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) .
eAACAP Resource Centers
The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry's website features helpful information and resources for parents regardinga variety of mental health issues, as well as a disaster and trauma resource center.
HealthyPlace.com is a consumer mental health site, providing comprehensive, trusted information on psychological disorders and psychiatric medications from both a consumer and expert point of view.
Parenting.org Valuable resources, articles and tips offering parenting help in today’s world.
Your life your voice
The Boys Town National Hotline is a toll free number available to kids, teens and young adults at anytime. Please contact us if you're depressed, contemplating suicide, being physically or sexually abused, on the run, addicted, threatened by gang violence, fighting with a friend or parent, or if you are faced with an overwhelming challenge.
Young adults need to hear that suicide is preventable and that the Lifeline is there to help them when they or their friends are in distress or crisis. Please visit the site at www.youmatter.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
About Our Kids
Child and adolescent mental health and parenting resource from the NYU Child Study Center.
Getting an Accurate Diagnosis for your Child: 10 Steps for Families
Ten steps families should take to help their mental health service provider make an accurate diagnosis; a resource of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Teen Screen Program, Columbia University
The Columbia University TeenScreen Program is an adolescent mental health and suicide-screening initiative active in 43 states
Facts and information from Focus Adolescent Services, Inc.
Fact Sheet: Depression in Teens
Information from Mental Health America about teen depression, including the warning signs of suicide.
Factsheet: Young People and Suicide: Teen Suicide
Information from Mental Health America on recognizing the signs of suicide in teens.
Florida Youth Mental Health Fact Sheet
We can provide help and hope if you call our Hotline (1-800-448-3000) or fill out our email form. You don’t have to face your problems alone!