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Abstinence Clearinghouse: Access to character, relationship and abstinence programs, curricula, speakers, and materials for teachers, parents and teens, http://www.abstinence.net/.

Al-Anon & Alateen: 12-Step support groups and information for the family and friends of alcoholics, 1-888-4ALANON (1-888-425-2666), http://www.al-anon.org/.

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Information and resources for families, http://www.aacap.org/.     

Childhelp USA Hotline: 24-hour crisis intervention for abused or neglected children (child or adult can call): 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453), http://www.childhelpusa.org/.

Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD): Information and support groups for ADD (may include hyperactivity) children and their parents and also for adults. 1-800-233-4050, http://www.chadd.org/.

Child & Adolescent Mental Health: Information on childhood mental disorders and social issues. (NIMH, www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/childmenu.cfm)

Child Care Action Campaign: Directory of national child care centers, www.childcareaction.org/rlinks.html

Choices/Teen Awareness: Abstinence-based sex education programs in schools, 1-714-525-5997, http://www.teenawareness.org/.

Confident Kids: Christian support groups and resources for kids growing up with divorce, blended families, family conflict, addiction, abuse, an absent parent, gangs, 1-805-473-7945, http://www.confidentkids.com/.

Focus Adolescent Services: Directory of programs, services, and resources for problem adolescents and their parents, 1-877-FOCUS-AS (362-8727), http://www.focusas.com/.

Focus on the Family: Christian information and resources for spouses, parents, and children; Dr. Dobson’s radio ministry and resources, 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459), http://www.family.org/.

GriefNet: Online communities, resources, and articles for all types of grief, adults and children, http://www.griefnet.org/.

Hope Net: Christian-based help for today’s teens in their language, free copy of the "Book of Hope," http://www.hopenet.net/.

Kid’s Doctor: Pediatric information for children, http://www.kidsdoctor.com/.

Learning Disabilities: Identification, understanding, and help. (NIMH, www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/ldmenu.cfm)

Medical Institute: Educational resources on the problems of sexually transmitted diseases and nonmarital pregnancy, 1-512-328-6268, http://www.medinstitute.org/.

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: Report lost or abused children, help in finding missing children, and resources for protecting children, 1-800-THE-LOST (843-5678), http://www.missingkids.com/.

National Clearing House for Alcohol & Drug Information: Information on illegal drugs, club drugs, prescription drugs, steroids; kids only area, 1-800-729-6686, http://www.health.org/.National Library of Medicine: Information on diseases, conditions, and wellness, http://www.medlineplus.gov/.

New Hope Teenline: Christian teenagers offer suicide prevention, support, and referrals for other teenagers, 24-hour, 1-888-747-TEEN (8336), http://www.teenline.org/.

New Horizons: 6-9 week nature-based emotional growth program located in Maine for troubled adolescent girls ages 13-18, 1-800-916-9755, www.daughtersatrisk.com/index.html.

Olive Crest: Homes and services for abused children, 1-800-550-CHILD (2445), http://www.olivecrest.org/.

Pandora’s Box: Information on child protection and abuse prevention and recovery, http://www.prevent-abuse-now.com/.

Parents Anonymous: Family strengthening and skill-building support groups for parents with separate concurrent groups for children, 1-909-621-6184, http://www.parentsanonymous-natl.org/.

Remuda Ranch Program for Anorexia & Associate Disorders: Christian-based treatment, answers to questions about eating disorders, referrals, 1-800-445-1900, http://www.remuda-ranch.com/.

Teen Challenge International: Christian-based treatment programs in centers around the world for teenagers dealing with life-controlling problems, 1-800-814-5729, http://www.teenchallenge.com/.

True Love Waits: Conferences and resources explain the benefits of abstinence, instruct parents in teaching their kids, and invite teens to make the “True Love Waits” pledge, www.lifeway.com/tlw

YMCA: Find a local YMCA around the world for children’s programs, teen leadership development, job training, family support, and fitness, 1-888-333-YMCA (9622),http://www.ymca.net/.

 

 
     
 

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