According to the CDC Youth Risk Behavior Survey, the number of adolescents who experience mental health concerns and have had persistent feelings of hopelessness or sadness have increased in recent years.
If you or someone you know are experiencing these feelings, help is available. Explore available supports below.
Available 24/7/365 DIAL 988 or send a text to 988 for free, 24/7 crisis support.
Available 24/7/365 Call 1.866.488.7386 or text START to 678-678 for free, confidential crisis support for LGBTQ+ youth.
The Jed Foundation is a nonprofit who focuses on empowering teens and youth by promoting resilience, social connectedness, and promoting help-seeking and help-giving behaviors. Visit the Jed Foundations Mental Health Resource Center for more information and to explore supports available.
The Center for Parent and Teen Communication helps parents raise teens prepared to thrive and works to ensure every caring adult has the knowledge and skills to promote positive youth development and foster strong family connections.
Millions of young adults are living with a mental or substance use disorder. Learn more about youth mental health and explore resources available.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness provides information, fact pages, and resources surrounding mental health specifically tailored to teens. This page covers topics such as seeking help, how to talk to parents or a guardian about mental health, social media and mental health, and more.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness provides information, fact pages, and resources surrounding mental health specifically tailored to youth. This page covers topics such as mental health in college, understanding health insurance, seeking help, and more.
This webpage provides teens and youth tips on how to talk to a trusted adult if you or someone you know is experiencing bullying.
This website offers information on mindfulness tailored to teens, including techniques to handle arising feelings of stress, free guided meditations, mindfulness videos, and other resources.
Offers support for family and friends who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Alateen is for younger family members and friends ages 13-18.
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