If you are facing an emergency, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Jana Marie Foundation is not a counseling agency.

Resources for Teens
Jana Marie Foundation wants you to feel safe, secure and happy! There are so many people out there who care about you - yes, YOU! If you, or someone you know, need to talk, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Your confidential call will be answered by a trained counselor 24/7. If you or a friend are in crisis - DON'T WAIT! - call 911. Your quick response could save a life.

Resources for Parents
It's easy to feel alone when your child is struggling. Where should you go for help? When is it time to intervene? Why is this happening to my family? All of these questions and feelings are normal. Please know you are not alone. Below are some resources that can be very handy as you navigate through your child's teenage years.

Resources for Schools
Reducing stigma and educating staff, teachers and faculty on the importance of mental wellness is important to the students in the classroom and to the entire school community.

Candid Conversations Video Resources
Jana Marie Foundation's Candid Conversations is a series of concise web videos created to serve as a quick reference for recognizing and addressing serious problems related to our children's mental, emotional, and physical health. Each topic is addressed in a collection of six to eight short easy-to-access video clips featuring subject matter experts who share information, tips, and additional resources.

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When teachers, students, parents, community members and organizations join forces and work together, we can achieve more! Jana Marie Foundation is a firm believer in utilizing community experts, partnering with organizations and agencies, and educating all who come in contact with youth so we can continue to make a difference. Log in to join our mission and to gain special access to curriculum for student activators, suggestions for engaging parents and caretakers, and teachers guides to student workshops/classes.