Mental Health Resources
- Emotional Health
- Grief Support
- Learning Differences
- Sleep Hygiene
- Suicidal Thoughts or Ideation
- Grief Support groups at local parishes
- Technology Overuse
- Transitioning to College
Al-Anon / Alateen
This site contains basic information about this organization which assists adults and teens with alcohol-related concerns. It includes 20 questions designed to help you decide whether or not you need Al-Anon, 20 questions designed to help teenagers decide whether or not Alateen is for them.
Well known twelve step program for treatment of alcoholism.
Integrity Restored provides education, training, encouragement, and resources to break free from pornography, heal relationships, and to assist parents in preventing and responding to pornography exposure which is so devastating in the lives of our children.
Help is a community organization dedicated to empowering people suffering from substance abuse addiction with tools and resources to start their personal journey toward recovery. We create and publishes comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources that have been featured and is referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the web.
Help Guide Help is available—and you have more power over your mood than you think. There are many things you can do to change the way you feel and start feeling better today.
SAMHSA The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.
Teen Depression If you have been feeling sad, hopeless, or irritable for what seems like a long time, you might have depression.
Erika’s Lighthouse has created a parent to parent Handbook and contains ideas that we have found helpful - ideas that we hope will be of some help to you as you deal with this difficult time in your family's life.
National Institution of Mental Health
Information on a variety of emotional and behavioral disorders.
Mental Health.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information. MentalHealth.gov aims to educate and guide
OK2TALK is a community where teens and young adults struggling with mental health conditions can find a safe place to talk about what they’re experiencing by sharing their personal stories of recovery, tragedy, struggle or hope.
National Alliance in Mental Illness
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
American Psychological Association includes scientific research conducted by psychologists, organized by topics here, can inform and guide those seeking help with issues that affect their professional lives, family relationships and emotional wellness.
Mental Health Resources has compiled a comprehensive list of resources for anyone seeking information about and/or help for a range of mental health issues
The Dougy Center
National Center for Grieving Children and Families and an internationally known model for providing peer support groups for grieving children, teens, and families.
Bo's Place | Bereavement Center Offering Free Grief Support Services
Bo's Place is a Houston based non-profit bereavement center offering free grief support services for children, families and adults in their grief journey.
Understanding ADHD; 15 nonprofit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey.
Navigate Life Texas providing organized and reliable information to families of children with disabilities or special health-care needs in Texas. If you want to find services, groups, and events in your area, feel free to click on any of the links at the right.
Understood.org It’s one thing to read about learning and attention issues. It’s another thing to see them through your child’s eyes. Experience firsthand how frustrating it is when your hand won’t write what your brain is telling it to.
Catholic Family Faith uses an image of growth to remind ourselves of our roots. Our project started with a strong connection to the Strong Catholic Families Strong Catholic Youth Initiative. Read about that initiative here.
For Teens- Lifeteen Life Teen strengthens our teens' Catholic identity, while rooting them firmly in Christ and in His Church.
Tuck: Advanced Better Sleeping aims to improve sleep hygiene, health, and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free resources. Boasting the largest collection of aggregated data on sleep surfaces on the web (over 95,000 customer experiences from nearly 1,000 individual sources), Tuck aims to power consumers, sleep professionals, and the troubled sleeper looking for answers. Check back often for updates and expanded sleep product information.
Please speak to your counselor immediately if you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned about a loved one. Below are further resources.
SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education)
FAQ on suicide, symptoms of depression and suicidal danger signs, most common misconceptions about suicide, what students should do if a friend has depression, what hospitalization does for depressives and a recommended reading list.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Teen Line is a confidential hotline for teenagers which operates every evening from 6:00pm to10:00pm PST. If you have a problem or just want to talk with another teen who understands, then this is the right place for you! You can call us at 800-TLC-TEEN (852-8336), text us by texting “TEEN” to 839863 or email us here. Teen Line also offers message boards, resources and information.
ScreenGuide Parental Control app allows you to set parental controls and configure rules for the safe, fun, and educational use of tablets and smartphones – while minimizing potential risks such as cyberbullying, inappropriate content consumption, and overexposure to screens. Click here for directions.
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Guide to College Planning for Learning-Impaired Students The transition from high school to college is a considerable process that can prove to be a source of significant pressure for students. This transition places particular weight upon those with learning disabilities. More than 200,000 students entering college have a learning disability. The challenges these students face and the accommodations they require pose a great personal strain.
Please note that the information contained on this webpage is general information only and not intended to constitute medical or mental health treatment or advice. If you have questions you should consult your Academic and Personal Counselor about your specific situation. This website contains links to other websites and resources. We take no responsibility for the content of other sources, electronic or written.
If this is an emergency please call 911. If you are in need of immediate assistance due to a mental health or crisis situation after hours, please call 361.879.6994.