Resources for Teens
Student Center Network chat area, a place for teen chat and college chat. In the Chat rooms you’ll meet interesting people from all over the world. There are two main chatrooms: Student Center Chat and Teen Chat, open to students of all ages. Student Center Chat tends to have a bit of an older crowd while Teen Chat tends to have a younger crowd. Get through tough times. 1-800-448-3000. provides youth with the information and support to overcome mental health issues like stress, anxiety, bullying, suicide, sexuality, friendship issues, eating issues, becoming independent, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and many more. The facts; real stories; your voice; get help.

Helping a safe place for teenagers to be themselves and be treated with kindness, compassion AND respect. The most popular way of being helped is by using the Support Groups Forums. There are also many articles that have already been written and are located in the Archived Section. This is a great place to start. The article topics are quite varied and include such things as: suicide, depression, sex, sexuality & pregnancy, self harm, rape & abuse, school & after school, bullies, relationships, family & friends, smoking, self esteem, religion & spirituality, general health, disorders & eating disorders, drugs & alcohol and miscellaneous topics. The Missing Link, Inc. On-Site Help for Troubled Youth & Adults National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline. Helping teens understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy dating behavior. Information, chat line and more. Help for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth. A confidential help line is available 24 hours a day staffed by trained volunteers. Call: 1866-4-U-TREVOR, or 866-488-7386.
Cyberteens Connection, a virtual place for young people from all over the world to share their thoughts and ideas with each other.
Teen pregnancy question/answer site.