Below you will find a list of links, articles, and videos that may be helpful to you or someone you know. I frequently update this section with new information so please come back to see what's been added.
24 Hour – Local Referrals
1-888-628-9454 (En Espanol)
VETERANS PRESS “1”
Crisis Text Line
Free 24/7 Support - text HOME to 741741
National Institute of Mental Health
LA County Information
211 (24 Hours/7 Days a Week)
National Sexual Assault Hotline - RAINN
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC)
A federally funded project providing education and resources about the crime of stalking
Teen Help Line
National Institute for Learning Development
Articles and resources for parent of children with learning difficulties.
PFLAG is for the extended family of the LGBTQ community
Gender Spectrum helps to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.
The Center for Transyouth Health & Development
CTYHD is dedicated to providing affirming care for transgender and gender diverse children, adolescents, young adults and their families
The Trevor Project
Asperger Experts is a global community for advice, emotional support, best practices and finding new friends, created by people with Asperger's.
The following articles have great information that you may find useful.
Burnout: How to Prevent and Deal With It.
How to Make A Difficult Decision
The Healing Power of Proper Breathing
Doomscrolling is Slowly Eroding Your Mental Health
9 Mental Health Reminders You Might Need After A Tragedy
6 Depression Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore
4 Signs of a Relationship Heading for a Break-up
Healthy Behaviors That Boost Brain Health
This Is Your Brain On Art
Trying To Get Sober?
The following videos and articles may be helpful for parenting.
How to Connect and Calm Your Child
The Teen Brain
How Selfies Distort What We Really Look Like
Teen Mental Health and Limiting Screen Time
What Toni Morrison Taught Me About Parenting
This is Our Chance to Pull Teenagers Out of the Smartphone Trap
Kids Know How to Occupy Themselves. We Need to Let Them Do It.
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