If you (or a student you know) needs immediate help or support in the areas of health and wellness, academics or safety, please use the resources below.
Call 1-800-448-3000 if you or someone you know is in need of immediate help. The Boys & Girls Town National Hotline is a 24-hour crisis, resource and referral line.
Text the word SAFE and your current location to the number 69866 if you or someone you know is in need of a safe place to go.
Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to find help if you or someone you know is in emotional distress or suicidal crisis.
Call 1-866-331-9474 to find help if you or a teen you know is in an abusive relationship.
If you’re interested in enrolling in the Army ROTC, this site will help you find schools that carry Army ROTC programs, apply to those schools, and learn about scholarships.
Find the answers to your college prep questions: Why go, what to do, how to pay.
Find specific colleges that offer the program or degree you’re interested in.
Learn how you can apply for financial aid.
Learn the steps you need to take to get into college and succeed once you’re there.
Official site of the GED Testing Service—includes registration information and practice tests.
Search a list of more than 8,000 centers throughout the U.S. to find a GED center in your area.
Find answers to all your math questions—from elementary to high school levels.
Find free teaching and learning resources—organized by subject.
If you’re a parent, find resources to help your child with homework.
Search a comprehensive online encyclopedia—by subject and topic.
Browse a digital library of items that document American history.
Search for a tutor in your area or connect with an online tutor.
Find online tutors that are available 24/7 and can help with any subject—or check with your local library or school to find a tutor.
Get information and advice about issues relating to teen drug use and peer pressure.
If your life is being affected by someone’s drinking—Al-Anon offers strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers. Meetings are anonymous and confidential.
Learn how you can build communication skills and learn from other teens about their relationship with drugs and alcohol.
Find answers, guidance, tips and stories on drug prevention, drug abuse, treatment and recovery.
If you are a teenage girl, find information about fitness, nutrition, drugs, alcohol and smoking.
Find drug information and research findings for teens.
Find information about sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases.
A site designed to help you think about your relationship with drugs and alcohol.
Find high-quality and low-cost child care in your are through Child Care Aware’s online zip-code search or hotline.
Browse resources for finding, selecting and paying for child care services in your area.
If you are a teen girl, find information about body, feelings, relationships, bullying and safety.
Learn more about your state Medicaid program and other options available to you for care of disabled adult family members.
If you are a teen taking care of older family members, check here for detailed information about every Medicare-certified home health agency in the country.
Find information about mental illnesses, medications, support, programs, and how you can find your local NAMI.
Find information on the science behind drug abuse—so that you can make healthy, informed decisions.
Learn about a campaign to help teens and young adults facing tough times and struggling with mental health issues. Find out more about dealing with mental health problems from other teens who have been through tough times and made it.
Learn how you can support friends who are experiencing mental health problems.
Learn about a national initiative to prevent youth violence—includes training, connections, tools and information.