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Mental Health and Wellness Resources

Mental Health & Wellness Program

Included below are helpful resources for students and parents on the following topics:

Physical Wellness and Nutrition

Center for Young Women’s Health – teen girls' health website featuring health guides and information, quizzes, chats, & more.

National Eating Disorder Association - supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.

Young Men’s Health - teen boys’ health website featuring health guides and information, quizzes, chats, & more.

Youth Physical Wellness - offers tips and websites designed for teens to take personal initiative in improving and maintaining wellness and good nutrition.

Drugs and Alcohol

Partnership at Drugfree.org – learn how to prevent your child from getting involved with drugs and alcohol. Includes the latest information and practical advice to help you keep your child healthy, safe and drug-free.

Parents: The Anti-Drug – contains helpful articles and advice from experts in the fields of parenting and substance abuse prevention, science-based drug prevention information, support from other parents striving to keep their children drug-free, and perspectives of teens themselves.

Mental Health

Child and Adolescent Mental Health - developed by the National Institute of Mental Health, this site provides information and treatment options for children and adolescents with mental illnesses.

Cleveland Catholic Charities Health and Human Services – connects you to public and private health and human service organizations at local, diocesan, state and national levels.

Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - raise awareness and offer support in regard to advancing a national response to the problem of suicide.

Life Act: Suicide Prevention Education – information and resources about teen suicide and depression.

Teen Suicide Prevention – information, tools and resources to help you identify at-risk youth and know how to assist them in getting help before a tragedy occurs.