Please remember that, although the resources listed can provide comprehensive information and services, they are offered only as supplemental information and not as a substitute for your physician’s guidance or actual face-to-face contact with a mental health care specialist. Always consult your doctor before making any decisions regarding your health or course of treatment.

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  • The Reasons To Go On Living Project

    Reasons To Go On Living

    Dedicated to the understand of how people’s thinking changes after a suicide attempt. “We do not understand the thinking processes that occur for people who choose to go on living after an attempt and there is very little research in this area. We believe that if we had a better understanding of how people found the strength to go living after an attempt, we might be able to better help people who are thinking of ending their lives, before they make an attempt.”
  • PEPNow


    Post Exposure Prophylaxis or PEP, is an emergency treatment that can help reduce your chances of becoming permanently infected with HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) after you have been possibly exposed.
  • 7 Cups of Tea

    7 Cups of Tea

    Free, anonymous, and confidential conversations with trained active listeners.


    A nonprofit organization that provides information about anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other less well-known food and weight disorders. The material includes self-help tips and information about recovery and prevention.
  • Break the Cycle

    Break the Cycle

    Break the Cycle believes everyone has the right to safe and healthy relationships. We are the leading, national nonprofit organization addressing teen dating violence. We work every day towards our mission to engage, educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from domestic violence.
  • Focus Adolescent Services

    Focus Adolescent Services

    An Internet Clearinghouse of Information, Resources and Support to help teens and heal families.
  • Friends In Deed

    Friends in Deed

    Since 1991, this organization has helped transform many thousands of lives through its programs and services. They provide emotional support for anyone with a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS, cancer or other life-threatening physical illnesses… their family, friends, and caregivers… and anyone dealing with grief and bereavement. All of their services are free of charge.

    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) National Hotline

    GLTB National Help Center

    A program of the GLBT National Help Center. Toll-free Hotline:
    (888) 843-4564 – All Ages (800) 246-7743 – Youth Line

    These two hotlines provide telephone and email peer-counseling and also have the largest resource database of its kind in the United States, with 15,000 local resources for cities and towns across the country.

    HIV Test

    Everything you need to know about HIV testing, procedures, who should consider being tested, location of the nearest testing site and definitions of anonymous and confidential testing.

    IMALIVE is an online crisis network. If you are in a crisis, there are trained volunteers waiting to counsel you.
  • Life Science Pharmacy and Nutritional Warehouse

    Life Science Logo

    Represents the culmination of nearly two decades of approaching health issues from a natural perspective. Scott Berliner, Natural Pharmacist and Educator, has developed an innovative concept in dealing with quality of life issues. Through the use of natural as well as specialized pharmaceuticals, Scott has been able to achieve amazing results in the fields of health and chronic immune problems.
  • Love is Louder

    Love is Louder

    Love is Louder was started by The Jed Foundation, MTV and Brittany Snow to support anyone feeling mistreated, misunderstood or alone. It’s hundreds of thousands of people just like you who have turned this idea into a movement. A movement of all types of people who have come together to raise the volume around the message that love and support are louder than any internal or external voice that brings us down.
  • the ultimate resource to engage, educate and empower youth and young adults to prevent and end abusive relationships.
  • National AIDS Hotline

    National Aids Hotline

    (800) 342-AIDS
    This 24-hour/7 days per week hotline offers anonymous, confidential HIV/AIDS information including referrals to appropriate services, local hotlines, counseling and testing sites, etc. It is run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • National Child Abuse Hotline

    Child Help

    (800) 4-A-CHILD, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    Counseling and referral service for young people suffering from all kinds of abuse.
  • National Eating Disorders Association


    The National Eating Disorders Association’s site is full of excellent resources and information. You can call them at1–800–931–2237 or chat with them online.
  • National Runaway Switchboard

    National Runaway Switchboard

    (800) 621-4000, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    Adolescent crisis hotline for runaway and homeless youth offering intervention and suicide counseling in addition to transportation. Also provide support to parents and legal guardians of runaways.
  • Oasis Magazine

    Oasis Magazine

    Includes information on a wide range of issues relating to sexual orientation including an archive of coming out stories, information to help your school be more welcoming, a message board and recommended reading.
  • Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)


    PFLAG is a national non-profit organization with over 250,000 members and supporters and over 500 affiliates in the United States. PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy. Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America

    Planned Parenthood

    (800) 230-PLAN
    Find the nearest clinic providing reproductive health services (birth control, STI screenings, HIV testing, prenatal care, etc.), including confidential services for teens.
  • S.A.F.E. Alternatives®


    Self-Abuse Finally Ends is a nationally recognized treatment approach, professional network and educational resource base, which is committed to helping you and others achieve an end to self-injurious behavior.
  • SADD


    Materials and educational programs to help fight destructive decisions faced by Students
  • Sex, Etc.

    Sex, Etc

    Information on sex by teens for teens. Includes personal stories, a question and answer section and a sounding board. Sponsored by The Network for Family Life Education of the Rutgers University School of Social Work
  • STI Resource Center Hotline

    STI Resource Center Hotline

    (800) 227-8922
    Provides anonymous, confidential information on sexually transmitted diseases and infections and how to prevent them. Also provides referrals to clinical and other services. Run by the CDC.
  • Teen Sexual Health Newsletter

    NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

    Questions and Answers from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Brooklyn District Public Health Office.
  • That’

    That's Not Cool

    Your cell phone, IM, and online profile are all digital extensions of who you are. When someone you’re with pressures or disrespects you in those places, that’s not cool. That’s Not Cool provides tools to help you draw your digital line about what is, or is not, okay in your relationships. That’s Not Cool is a national public education campaign that uses digital examples of controlling, pressuring, and threatening behavior to raise awareness about and prevent teen dating abuse.
  • The Body

    The Body

    An HIV and AIDS information resource. Updated daily, this comprehensive Web site addresses over 250 HIV/AIDS matters, including AIDS basics, treatment, conferences, connecting to others, frequently asked questions and information on transmission, testing and counseling services as well as getting help from AIDS organizations. You can also find more excerpts from Scott’s books and interviews with him on the site here.
  • The Matthew Shepard Foundation

    The Matthew Shepard Foundation

    The Matthew Shepard Foundation is a national non-profit 501c3 organization, founded in December 1998 by Dennis and Judy Shepard. It was established in memory of their 21-year old son, Matthew, who was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime in Laramie, Wyoming. The Foundation was created to honor Matthew in a manner that was appropriate to his dreams, beliefs and aspirations. Initial funds came from the many donations sent by people from all over the world in Matt’s memory to assist with his medical expenses. Matthew’s family decided it was more important to use these donations in a foundation for the greater good of the community.
  • The Middle Ground

    The Middle Ground

    Joanna Kay’s wonderfully brave personal recovery blog. She battled anorexia for 11 years and tells her story of struggle and recovery while posting other valuable resources relating to eating disorders.
  • The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt

    Names Project AIDS Quilt

    provides a creative means for remembrance and healing, effectively illustrates the enormity of the AIDS epidemic, and increases the general public’s awareness of HIV and AIDS. It also assists others with HIV infection-prevention education and raises funds for community-based AIDS service organizations. Find out how your school or youth-serving organization can display sections of the quilt free of charge.
  • The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders


    The homepage of The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders is full of resources, articles, and information to help and support those struggling with eating disorders.
  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline

    The National Deomestic Abuse Hotline

    (800) 799-SAFE, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    Offers referral service to local programs for victims of domestic violence. Operators speak both Spanish and English and have access to translators for individuals speaking other languages.
  • The Trevor Helpline

    The Trevor Helpline

    (866) 4U-Trevor or (866) 488-7386
    Established in 1998 to coincide with the HBO airing of the award winning short film “Trevor”, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, The Trevor Helpline is the only national 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention hot line aimed at gay and questioning youth. The Trevor Helpline is geared toward helping those in crisis or those wanting information on how to help someone in crisis. The Helpline calls are handled by highly trained counselors and are free and confidential.
  • The Trevor Project

    The Trevor Project

    A nonprofit endeavor established to promote acceptance of gay and questioning teenagers, and to aid in suicide prevention among that group.
  • The Tyler Clementi Foundation

    Tyler Clementi Foundation

    The Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF), guided by the life and story of Tyler Clementi, promotes safe, inclusive and respectful social environments in homes, schools, campuses, churches and the digital world for vulnerable youth, LGBT youth and their allies.

    Through educational partnerships, research, public dialogues and awareness programs, TCF fosters empathetic, constructive discussions of respect and dignity for youth and families, at all levels of society.
  • To Write Love On Her Arms

    To Write Love on Her Arms

    To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. A program of the GLBT National Help Center.
  • We Bite Back

    We Bite Back

    We Bite Back is a a pro-recovery eating disorder community. Instead of swapping tips to lose more weight, people on We Bite Back encourage one another to be stronger, happier, healthier people.