Internet Resources

Trusted Sources

Mental Health

National Alliance on Mental Health

Suicide Prevention
GA Department of Education

Suicide Prevention

How to Talk to Kids About Suicide
On Our Sleeves

Helping Kids Who are Thinking About Suicide
On Our Sleeves

Feel Your Feels
"A DBHDD mental health awareness campaign encouraging Georgia's young people to explore their real feelings and share them fearlessly."


Operation Parent
Similar to DPN, great parenting handbooks.

Personal & Social Development
Links posted on the DHS Counseling Department webpage.

Child Mind Institute
Advocating for increased mental health services for kids in schools.

​Greater Good Science Center
Greater Good parenting newsletter featuring the best news, stories, tips, and tools for moms, dads, and caregivers from the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley.

Lives in the Balance
Ross Greene, PhD, Founding Director, served on the faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 20 years.

Take a Peek at a Chat Session with a Helpline Specialist
Helpline Chat Specialists work with parents to answer personalized questions about their child’s drug use via chat, regardless of the severity of the problem.

The Family Acceptance Project®
A research, intervention, education, and policy initiative for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) children and youth working to prevent health/mental health risks including suicide, homelessness and HIV in the context of their families, cultures and faith communities.

Center For Parent & Teen Communication

National Sleep Foundation

Podcast > Experts on Expert: with Dax Shepard
interview with Jonathan Haidt
December 6, 2018. Available on Spotify or iTunes
Note: there is some explicit language, but segments are appropriate to share with youth.