Parenting on Call Tip Line
24/7 free tips and advice for parents
202-299-0900 Family strengthening program for anyone involved in the child welfare, mental health, or domestic violence systems.
National Fatherhood Initiative
Organization provides resources that pertains to parenting specifically for fathers, including training opportunities.
Free app developed to help teens and young adults improve their mental health through the use of daily quests, check-ins, and self care routines.
A social app that help with expressing and communicating feelings. With this app, you can also support other users experiencing the same feelings.
KnowBullying (For Parents)
Tips about bullying, recognizing warning signs, and how to start the conversation with your child.
Crisis Text Line
Free 24/7 crisis text line for those who are in a crisis. Text 741741 from any where in the U.S. to text with a trained crisis counselor.
Students can call, text, or send email questions to teachers who will help work through problems.
The Trevor Project
866-488-7386 Crisis line for LGBT youth offering help through text, online chat, and phone with referrals in all areas.
2026-866-2279 (text line) Website offering supportive information and resources on sexuality and relationships for teens.
121 Help Me Offers 24/7 help through online chat, phone, text, or email.
Stop Cyber Bullying Website providing information on cyber bullying and how to prevent it from happening.
Stop Bullying Website providing information on bullying, how to respond, and referral for victims of bullying.
DC Bully Busters
Organization ran by 6th graders to help stop bullying in Washington, D.C. politics
Youth Pride Clinic DC
202-476-5000 Specialized health clinic serving LGBTQ youth ages 12-21