State Services & Resources

Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Services 
Child & Adolescent Developmental Disability Services 

LGBT Resources for Teens/Families of Teens 
Resources for Expectant and Parenting Teens
General Services & Resources for Teens & Young Adults 

Youth Suicide Prevention 
Juvenile Justice Commission 
Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying Prevention 

Crises Response Services for Children & Adolescents 

NJ Parent Link School Resources (K-12) 
Office of Special Education (Department of Education) 
Regional Learning Resource Centers (Department of Education) 
Parent Resources for Children & Teens with Learning Disabilities

Federal Resources 
Adolescent Health 

CDC Parent Portal   
Positive Parenting Tips 
Project Safe Childhood 

CDC College Health & Safety    
LGBT Youth Services & Resources
CDC Child Development: Teenagers 
Runaway & Homeless Youth Support Programs 

CDC Tips for Coping with Stress
National Institute for Mental Health 
Coping With a Disaster or Traumatic Event 

Family Guide for Children with Mental Health Needs
Learning Disabilities (National Institutes for Health)
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (National Institutes of Health)

Community Resources

24 Hour Helpline for Mothers with Children with Special Needs 
Provides mom-to-mom support for mothers as caregivers, including mental health & wellness needs.
1-877-914-6662 (1-877-914-MOM2)

Family Success Centers   
NJ Youth Resource Spot
New Jersey Parents’ Caucus 

Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN) 
Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health

Tips for Parents (Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey) 
Parenting Tips (Parents Anonymous of New Jersey)
NJ 211 (Access to Parenting & Community Resources) 

Family Support Organizations for Children’s Mental Health
2nd Floor (Confidential and Anonymous Youth & Young Adult Helpline) 
Parenting School Aged and Teenage Children (Cooperative Extension System) 

National PTA (School Violence & Traumatic Events)
Save the Children (How to Help Children Cope in a Crisis) 
National Association of School Psychologists (Talking to Children about Crises Events) 
American Psychological Association (Helping Children Manage Distress in the Aftermath of a Shooting) 

Professional Resources

Child Behavioral Health Community Resources 
DATING MATTERS®: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention 
Children's Interagency Coordinating Councils
(Service Planning for Children & Adolescents with Behavioral Health Problems)