Mental health screening tools
Aims to provide families with the best resources to prevent and overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Resources include information about commonly abused drugs, co-occurring disorders, support for parents and the different kinds of treatment available.
-An overview of the transition into college
-A guide to college accommodations & assistive learning technology
-Key strategies, resources, scholarships & more for students with learning disabilities
free online guide for information on drugs, addiction and substance abuse issues
your source for workshops and support for educators and parents of children on the autism spectrum
Free online global forums where educators or parents can ask questions, get support, and share resources. Facilitated by Barbara Boroson.
Education and advice for parents on preventing drug use and abuse by adolescents.
This website provides links to local trail maps and information about the parks where the trails are located.
Hope’s Door seeks to end domestic violence and to empower victims to achieve safety, independence, and healing from the trauma of abuse. services include a hotline, safety planning, counseling, danger assessment, emergency shelter, and support groups.
helps teens figure out if a relationship is abusive and how they can get out of an abusive situation. Provides additional resources to help people in various situations.
provides a safe environment for people to talk about their abusive relationships both during and after their experiences. It also provides help for abusive partners to learn how to change when they realize they need help. The services are available for all kinds of people in all kinds of relationships, straight, gay, deaf, etc.
Advice for parenting from birth to age 18. Based on a positive parenting philosophy.
Expert advice on parenting, based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
This website was created in order to assist young people to identify and understand mental distress they may be experiencing and to link them to sources of help that will enable them to learn skills and strategies to manage these problems. Being able to recognize signs early on and finding ways to deal with them increases the chances of better long-term outcomes and positive mental health.
Rate, educate and advocate for kids, families and schools
A great resources for the cultivation of the authentic self with helpful guidance in trying to find our way to ourselves. This is where you might learn about something you would like to experience. You might learn about a woman you’d like to emulate. You might learn a new perspective or an unfamiliar custom or a new way to talk to yourself about something.
An organization dedicated to educating youth and adults about depression and mental illness, and to reducing the stigma associated with mental illness.
Info & Referral, Parent & Professional Training, Technical Assistance regarding services/resources available for children with special needs from birth to age 5.
Psych Central website
The national advocacy group and resource for ADHD
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering the parents of children with learning disabilities (LD) and attention-deficit disorder (ADHD)
(psych central website) Advice about supporting children through divorce.
The AACAP Youth Advisory Group, made up of youth, young adults and child psychiatrists promotes youth voice and empowerment throughout AACAP and within the behavioral health system by developing educational materials included in this site for youth and mental health professionals.
Dealing with Divorce
Children and divorce: Helping kids after a breakup
This organization conducts research, provides clinical care, and advocates for more effective treatments for childhood psychiatric and learning disorders, building the science of healthy brain development. Child Mind provides trustworthy, comprehensive information and resources to educate and empower parents with help, hope and answers.
Equips patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.
Great website that includes worksheets, study guides, and graphic organizers (great for helping with essays) Used by teachers in Pelham.
Resource for parents and educators.
The leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD.
The Mental Health Post is a website with news and information about mental health including information about local mental health treatment providers gathered by Catherine W. Taubner, Ph.D. during on-site visits and interviews with individual providers or a representative of the treatment program.