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.
- Partnership for Drug-Free Kids: This site is a great resource for learning what drugs are prevelenat, the warning signs and how to communicate with your child about the seriousness of drugs.
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: This is a wonderful resource if you are someone you know is struggling with depression or bipolar disorder.
- Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative: The Pennsylvania Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative is a multi-system collaboration to reduce youth suicide.
- Straight Talk for People Who Care About Kids: A monthly series designed to provide parents and caregivers information about supporting youth during the developmental years. You will find past recordings about various topics of critical concerns.