ASIF offers hope in the recovery process for adolescents and young adult self-injurers. They have a section for parents and friends to go to. It includes how you can help, the do’s, don'ts, common questions, and resources.
IncestAware has ways to help incest survivors and those in crises, this includes supportive words, do’s and don'ts, books, articles, and podcasts you can use, giving long-term support, services, information, and other resources
Moments That Survive is a website for survivors, victims and those who lost someone to share their stories regarding gun violence. There are resources, help to find professional support, and stories from people all around the USA.
Having someone to talk to can help so much. At the Psychology Today website, you can find a therapist, psychiatrist, treatments, and support groups best fit for your needs. This including finance, location, identification, struggles, etc.
vpnMentor made a page to teach the LBGTQ+ community how to be safe online. It has information and statistics support and advice for the individual, and ways for parents to support their children with their online presence.
Outward Bound offers a variety of programs. Their goal is to use challenge and discovery to change lives. They have many programs and courses with a variety of lengths available at locations all around the world.
The bark is an app that can be used to manage, monitor, filter, and check your child's devices. The program analyzes and alerts you when a potentially harmful situation arises such as bullying, violence, adult content, depression, self-harm, and suicide.
TeenHelp.com has information about mental health, physical health, relationships, drugs and alcohol, and more. It has statistics, facts and information, causes, warnings, prevention, help, treatments, and more.
Teen Mental Health is a website made for friends, teachers, and parents of teens who are struggling with mental health. At Teen Mental Health you can learn about mental health, and learn how to support you, your child, student, or friend.
Teens Health is a website that has information, resources, symptoms, signs, definitions, relationships, and connections between common struggles. It also has coping mechanisms, answers to common questions, and more.