Here you will find some important national 411 resources on the Web and off, for problem solving and getting help for teens.
If you have an EMERGENCY, call your local 911, police, sheriff's, or health/hospitals department immediately.
If you have a problem that you need help with, anywhere in the country, here are all kinds of national and regional phone numbers you can call and Web sites you can access to get help.
You can also find more local information on teen health, drug and alcohol, violence, and crime pages listed below. If you still can't get the information you need, call us at 1 510 316-7100
The important thing is - if you or a friend or family member have a problem, DO NOT hold on to it. Get some help! You will find that, no matter what the problem, there is someone to help, others who are going through the same thing and SOLUTIONS, if you reach out - and if you talk about it.
- National Drug Abuse Hotline - 800-662-4357
- CDC AIDS Information - 800-342-2437
- National Runaway Hotline - 800-621-4000
- National Hotline for Missing & Exploited Children - 800-843-5678
- Youth Crisis Hotline - 800-448-4663
- More helplines and hotlines are availible Here
- National Council on Alcoholism
- Violence Resources
- Teen Health Line
- U.S. Government Health Resources
- National Council on Child Abuse - Family Violence
- Stop Smoking Programs
- Information for Gay, Bi, or Questioning Teens
- Kids/Teens Health
- Children's Hospitals
- Drug/Alcohol Information
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Teen Pregnancy
- Information on inhalants
- Homework Help
Teen drinking and driving is truly a dangerous mix. Don't become a DUI statistic and don't ever drink and drive. This is good advice from any teacher, parent, or DUI lawyer in the U.S.