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0-5 YEARS OLDS

  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Child Development Institute
    Child Development Institute’s primary goal is to provide information to parents based on current research that is both comprehensive and practical. The purpose is to enable parents to help each child to develop to his or her full potential. We also want to help families develop into supportive environments for all family members.
  • Family Education.com
    For parents and step-parents, moms and dads. Find helpful advice on pregnancy and valuable child rearing resources from infancy through age six. Discover a wealth of information regarding education and learning, and get parent-approved entertainment ideas for your young child. You’ll also find tips on how to handle the many child-related issues that commonly occur in households.
  • Healthy Families America
    Healthy Families America, a program of PCA America, strives to provide all expectant and new parents with the opportunity to receive the education and support they need at the time their baby is born.
  • Kaboose
    Interactive on-line games, stories and activities for kids.
  • Los Angeles Times Reading Initiative
    Reading by 9 puts together excellent learning tools for Parents and Educators each year. Our successful Parent Reading Guide is published each year in Spanish and English. Useful resources that parents and educators use daily like Book Lists, Literacy Programs, Reading Tips and more.
  • Mayo clinic
    Find information about how to help your child handle bullying, nightmares, night terrors, children’s health, medication for children and more.
  • The Office of Head Start
    Find your local Head Start provider, learn about parenting, health, early childhood development and more 1-866-763-6481
  • USA.gov
    Find resources on nutrition, reading, mental health, and more. 1 (800) 333-4636
  • Veggie Tales Activities
    Interactive website with games, videos, stories and activites for parents and young children, and new independent learners.

6-9 YEAR OLDS

  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Child Development Institute
    Child Development Institute’s primary goal is to provide information to parents based on current research that is both comprehensive and practical. The purpose is to enable parents to help each child to develop to his or her full potential. We also want to help families develop into supportive environments for all family members.
  • Education.com
    Read articles to help you parent your child, find ideas and materials to help them with their homework, learn about what to expect while your child is growing up
  • Family Education.com
    For parents and step-parents, moms and dads. Find helpful advice on pregnancy and valuable child rearing resources from infancy through age six. Discover a wealth of information regarding education and learning, and get parent-approved entertainment ideas for your young child. You’ll also find tips on how to handle the many child-related issues that commonly occur in households.
  • Food Detectives Fight BAC!
    Kids, we need your help to fight an enemy. Bacteria lives on the food you eat if it isn’t cooked and handled properly. It also lives on dirty hands. Eeeww! Come with us, and we’ll show you how to fight this disgusting enemy.
  • Kaboose
    Interactive on-line games, stories and activities for kids.
  • Los Angeles Times Reading Initiative
    Reading by 9 puts together excellent learning tools for Parents and Educators each year. Our successful Parent Reading Guide is published each year in Spanish and English. Useful resources that parents and educators use daily like Book Lists, Literacy Programs, Reading Tips and more.
  • Mayo clinic
    Find information about how to help your child handle bullying, nightmares, night terrors, children’s health, medication for children and more.
  • Smokey Bear
    Only you can prevent wildfires. Visit for safety tips, fun activities for kids. Learn how wildfires can help or hurt, and how to stop them. Take the Safety Pledge. See the school widlfire prevention program for grades K-2.
  • The Parent Report.com
    Here you’ll find information and parenting advice from leading specialists, pediatricians and authors.
  • USA.gov
    Find resources on nutrition, reading, mental health, and more. 1 (800) 333-4636
  • Veggie Tales Activities
    Interactive website with games, videos, stories and activites for parents and young children, and new independent learners.

10-18 YEAR OLDS

  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Family Education.com
    For parents and step-parents, moms and dads. Find helpful advice on pregnancy and valuable child rearing resources from infancy through age six. Discover a wealth of information regarding education and learning, and get parent-approved entertainment ideas for your young child. You’ll also find tips on how to handle the many child-related issues that commonly occur in households.
  • Federal Student Aid
    FAFSA ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of postsecondary education to all Americans —and its value to our society 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) or 319-337-5665 TTY line at 1-800-730-8913
  • Girl Scouts of the USA
    click here to locate a chapter in your area.
  • Kaboose
    Interactive on-line games, stories and activities for kids.
  • National Foster Care Coalition
    National Foster Care Coalition provides technical assistance, trainings,
    and information on a variety of issues, including permanence,
    transition, education and child welfare financing.
  • Parenting my Teen
    Find useful information about parenting your teen, share your concerns and find feedback from other parents in the same situation 214-615-6505 ext. 4245
  • Release Ministries
    Imagine your child, your niece, your nephew, or your grandchild behind bars. Imagine watching that teen, in and out of trouble, struggling to stop, just a step away from adult prison. Imagine your concern and fear as you watch the teen you love get caught up in a vicious cycle of incarceration and hopelessness.
  • TEENS HEALTH
    Information about body, mind, sexual health, food and fitness, recipes, drugs and alcohol, diseases and conditions, infections and safety
  • USA.gov
    Find resources on nutrition, reading, mental health, and more. 1 (800) 333-4636

ADOPTION

  • Birthmother’s Choice
    If you are considering adoption for your unborn child Birthmother’s Choice helps you connect with the family of your choice.
  • Pact, An Adoption Alliance
    A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization begun by two adoptive parents in 1991, Pact has developed a national reputation for excellence in serving all members of the adoption triad. Each year, Pact offers educational events attended by more than 1500 individuals, provides – free of charge – over 1000 crisis consultations to expectant parents, and consults with hundreds of potential adoptive parents. Top priority is given to programs especially designed to support and inform adopted children and adopted adults of color. As Pact’s national prominence grows, our ability to meet the needs of all members of the triad increases.

BASIC NEEDS – FOOD

  • Angel Food Ministries
    Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing food relief and financial support to communities throughout 45 states.
  • Feeding America
    Our mission is to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.

BASIC NEEDS – HOUSING

  • Homeless Shelter Directory
    This homeless resource was created for people who want to find and donate food and/or supplies to their local shelter. Locate shelter and food programs in your city.

BASIC NEEDS – UTILITIES

  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
    The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, LIHEAP helps low income households, primarily in meeting their immediate home energy needs. Phone Number: 202-401-9351 Fax Number: 202-401-5661

CHILDCARE

  • Child Care Aware
    This site helps parents find reliable and high quality child care in their area.
  • Military Child Care
    NACCRRA is working with the U.S. Military Services to help those who serve in the military find and afford child care that suits their unique needs.

EATING HEALTHY

  • American Dietetic Association
    Your source for trustworthy, science based food and nutrition information.
  • Food Insight
    The International Food Information Council Foundation provides food safety, nutrition, and healthful eating information to help you make good and safe food choices.
  • Food Nutrition Program
    Nutrition.gov provides easy access to the best food and nutrition information from across the federal government. It serves as a gateway to reliable information on nutrition, healthy eating, physical activity, and food safety for consumers. You can also find local food assistance programs.
  • Food Stamps
    Food Stamps and other nutrition programs 1-800-772-1213 TTY1-800-325-0778
  • Fruits & Veggies More Matters
    Provides ideas to achieve healthier eating habits. Help on how to shop, meal planning, cooking, getting children involved, growing your own and much more.

EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Chehalem Counseling Center
    Chehalem Counseling Center (CCC) is a community mental health agency serving Newberg and the surrounding areas. We are a private, non-profit affiliate of Chehalem Youth & Family Services dedicated to providing professional mental health services to the residents of our area.
  • Child Welfare Information Gateway
    Child Welfare Information Gateway provides access to federal information
    and other resources to help older youth access independent
    living services.
  • Family Network on Disabilities VISION
    VISIONS offers free help, information, and training across the country to Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaskan Native families of students with disabilities and the professionals that serve them. Our main focus is on the educational needs of students with disabilities.
  • Foster Care Alumni of America
    Foster Care Alumni of America is a national network of foster care alumni aimed at transforming policy and practice, ensuring opportunity for people in and transitioning from the foster care system.
  • Los Angeles Times Reading Initiative
    Reading by 9 puts together excellent learning tools for Parents and Educators each year. Our successful Parent Reading Guide is published each year in Spanish and English. Useful resources that parents and educators use daily like Book Lists, Literacy Programs, Reading Tips and more.
  • National Epilepsy Foundation
    Provides a range of services, including information, resources, advocacy and education related to epilepsy and seizure disorders.
  • TASH
    Is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities
  • TeachingLD
    Is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children. DLD is the largest international professional organization focused on Learning Disabilities. The purpose of TeachingLD is to provide trustworthy and up-to-date resources about teaching students with Learning Disabilities
  • text4baby
    text4baby is a free mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health. An educational program of the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB), text4baby provides pregnant women and new moms with information they need to take care of their health and give their babies the best possible start in life. Women who sign up for the service by texting BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 will receive free SMS text messages each week, timed to their due date or baby’s date of birth.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

  • Boys Town National Hotline
    The Boys Town National Hotline is a 24 hour short-term crisis hotline providing callers with crisis counseling, resource information and referrals to local services, with a focus on issues affecting children, families and teens. The hotline is Nationwide – serves the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, and Guam. 800-448-3000
  • Child Abuse Reporting Numbers
    Website contains a list of child abuse reporting numbers by state.
  • Child Help USA
    The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Serving the United States, its territories, and Canada, the Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors who, through interpreters, can provide assistance in 170 languages.
    1-800-4-A-CHILD 1-800-422-4453
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline
    The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline provides telephone and email peer-counseling, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States. 1-888-THE-GLNH.
  • National Center for Victims of Crime
    Provides support and links victims of crimes with local resources 1-800-FYI-CALL (1-800-394-2255)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    Provide support and link Domestic violence victims with local resources 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) 1.800.787.3224 (TTY)
  • National Human Trafficking Resource Center
    The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. 1-888-3737-888
  • National Poison Control Center
    Provide support, education and free materials to prevent poisoning and guidance for poison emergencies
    1-800-222-1222.
  • National Runaway Switchboard
    Keeping America’s runaway and at-risk youth safe and off the streets 1-800-786-2929
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    To ensure anyone in emotional crisis has free, 24/7 access to trained counselors.1-800-273-TALK (8255). Press “1” to be routed to the Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline.
  • Nineline
    Provides national crisis hotline for teens and/or their caregivers. The call specialists have access to a database of more than 30,000 social service and child welfare agencies so callers can be connected with immediate assistance. Website provides a service where an individual can submit questions via e-mail or participate in forums monitored by NINELINE counselors.
  • Youth Crisis Number
    1-800-499-9130. This site lists a variety of helpful emergency and non-emergency assistance numbers.

EN ESPAÑOL 

  • Centro por la familia
    El Centro por las Familias está dedicado a ayudar a las familias a encontrar el tratamiento correcto y económico en los momentos más difíciles en la vida de un joven. Tenemos muchos programas disponibles, terapia familiar, terapia individual, escuelas militares, boot camps, centros de tratamiento residencial, y mucho más. 801-228-1747 Centro Por La Familia 367 S Holdaway Road Vineyard, UT 84058
  • Colorin colorado
    Esta sección bilingüe ha sido diseñada pensando en ustedes, con el fin de brindarles información útil para ayudar a sus hijos a convertirse en buenos lectores y en estudiantes de éxito.
  • Detectives de Alimentos Combaten a BAC!
    Niños, necesitamos su ayuda para combatir a un enemigo. Bacteria vive en los alimentos que comen, si no se cocinan y no se manejan correctamente. También vive en las manos sucias. ¡Huy! Vengan con nosotros y les demostraremos cómo combatir a este repugnante enemigo.
  • Estimulacion Temprana y Desarrollo Infantil
    Aquí podrás encontrar artículos relacionados con la Estimulación Temprana y el desarrollo neurológico infantil. Sobre la importancia de que el desarrollo sea el adecuado y cómo podemos, a través de la Estimulación, ayudar al niño para que así sea. Cualquier déficit en el desarrollo es susceptible de acarrear desórdenes de atención, relación y comportamiento. Una vez que surgen este tipo de problemas será necesaria una estimulación más que “temprana”, de tipo terapéutico. También podrás leer sobre este tipo de estimulación en este blog. La encontrarás bajo el término de “organización neurológica”
  • Guia infantil.com
    Encuentra informacion que te ayudara para tomar mejores deciciones en el cuidado de tu familia y estar mas preparado en los retos que se te presentan diariamente como padre.
  • Los Angeles Times Reading Initiative
    Reading by 9 puts together excellent learning tools for Parents and Educators each year. Our successful Parent Reading Guide is published each year in Spanish and English. Useful resources that parents and educators use daily like Book Lists, Literacy Programs, Reading Tips and more.
  • National Runaway Switchboard
    Keeping America’s runaway and at-risk youth safe and off the streets 1-800-786-2929
  • Rainbow Addiction
    You will find hundreds of inpatient and outpatient treatment services: alcoholism, drug addiction or substance abuse, DUI 1st offender and 2nd offender programs, drug diversion programs, 12-step programs, dual diagnosis, intervention, detox, drug testing, family counseling, halfway houses, sober homes, anger management, domestic violence, support groups, education and awareness, parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, helplines, residential care, and more.
  • solohijos.com
    Solohijos.com es un portal dirigido a padres, que nace con la intención de apoyar en la difícil y a la vez apasionante tarea de formar y educar a sus hijos. Nuestro objetivo es cubrir vacíos de información, aclarar ideas imprecisas, rectificar creencias erróneas, ofrecer consejos prácticos, proponer actividades lúdicas y abrir un espacio común de diálogo para todas aquellas personas que quieren ser mejores padres.
  • Somos padres.com
    Encuentra informacion que te ayudara a enfrentar los retos diarios de ser padre, como lidiar con enfermedades de tus hijos, opiniones de psicologos, profesores, etc.
  • The Low-Cost, No-Cost People Services
  • Thesafespace.com
    Nunca es demasiado temprano platicar con tus hijos sobre relaciones sanas y la violencia en noviazgos. Empezar estas conversaciones—aunque pienses que no se están citando—es uno de los pasos mas importantes que puedes tomar para ayudar a prevenir la violencia de noviazgo.
  • Todo bebe.com
    Hola! sabemos que durante nuestra diaria labor como nuevos padres siempre surgen dudas y preguntas. Para ayudarte, aquí te compartimos valiosa información para la crianza de tus pequeños y útiles tips.

FOR DADS

  • Fatherhood.gov
    In this website you will find information that promotes responsible, caring, and effective parenting to: Enhance the abilities and commitment of unemployed or low-income fathers to provide material support for their families and to avoid or leave welfare programs; Improve fathers’ ability to effectively manage family business affairs; Encourage and support healthy marriages and married fatherhood. 1-877-4DAD411
  • Just 4 Dads
    Fatherhood. You only get one chance to be successful at it and you cannot fully understand it until you experience it. That’s a lot of pressure for expecting dads as well as experienced dads. Being a dad is not an easy role to play, there is no time for rehearsal and you learn as you go. Despite the demands, fatherhood is one of life’s great adventures. This site is designed to provide dads with information and resources that pertain to parenting and providing for your family such as: child development, behavior issues, cooking tips, cleaning tips and support groups. It is our hope that this site will be a place that dads can come to not only be encouraged, but informed on legal issues that can help you protect your family.
  • National Center for Fathers
    At the National Center for Fathering, we inspire and equip men to be the involved fathers, grandfathers and father figures their children need 800-593-DADS
  • National Fatherhood Initiative
    Hey dad – looking for parenting information that is just for you? We’ve got information, advice, and resources just for dads.
  • Resource Center for Fathers and Families
    Provides resources that will help men become better parents and better parenting partners regardless of marital status, and to provide the model that all children deserve. As a result, communities, families, the economy and society in general will benefit.
  • Single Dad
    SingleDad.com is dedicated to helping single dads navigate through the daily challenges of single parenting by providing the highest quality resources and timely information to support the family’s continued health, wealth and general well-being.
  • Single Parents Network.com
    Mission is to provide a hub that has collectively gathered single parent web sites, articles, information, government resources, online discussion forum support boards, books and so much more, for any one looking for single parent information.

HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • American Cancer Society
    Learn about cancer, its risk factors, prevention, treatment, and more.
  • American Diabetes Association
    Information regarding diabetes and how to cope.
  • American Heart Association
    Public and private partners working together to improve treatment, promote early diagnosis, and prevent the onset of Heart Diseases.
  • Black Women’s Health
    Internet site dedicated to promoting the physical, mental and spiritual wellness of today’s African American woman. Furthermore, the site will educate and empower women on ways to improve their health status in an effort to live happier, more productive lives.
  • Black Women’s Health Imperative
    dedicated to promoting optimum health for Black women across the life span – physically, mentally and spiritually.
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
    Medicaid is health insurance that helps many people who can’t afford medical care pay for some or all of their medical bills. Click here to determine if you’re eligible for Medicaid. Visit www.benefits.gov to find your local Medicaid office.
  • Chehalem Counseling Center
    Chehalem Counseling Center (CCC) is a community mental health agency serving Newberg and the surrounding areas. We are a private, non-profit affiliate of Chehalem Youth & Family Services dedicated to providing professional mental health services to the residents of our area.
  • DrugWatch.com
    A comprehensive online medical database featuring information about thousands of medications currently on the market or previously available worldwide.
  • Family Voices
    Serves children and youth with special health care needs and/or disabilities. Through our national network, we provide families tools to make informed decisions, advocate for improved public and private policies, build partnerships among professionals and families, and serve as a trusted resource on health care.
  • FamilyDoctor.org
    health information for the whole family
  • Girls Health
    Be Happy. Be Healthy. Be You. Beautful. For adolescent and teen girls.
  • Health Finder
    A quick guide to healthy living, personal health tools, health A-Z, health news and more
  • Health Power
    We are committed to improving the health of multicultural/racial and ethnic minority populations, or minority populations. That commitment is demonstrated by the fact that our nationally unique web site is identified by Google as the leading source of “health informaton for minorities”, and the second leading source of “minority health information” (led only by the U.S. Office of Minority Health).
  • Kids Health
    Website with educational information for parents with children of different ages. General health, behaviors and emotions, growth and development, nutrition and fitness, recipes, pregnancy and newborn, medical problems, positive parenting.
  • Let’s Move
    Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by Mrs. Obama, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams.
  • Medline Plus
    MedlinePlus is the National Institutes of Health’s Web site for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, it brings you information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Information
    Our expertise in the most common types of cancer, as well as links to other credible sources of cancer information can be found here. 212-639-2000 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1275 York Avenue New York, NY 10065
  • National Alliance for Hispanic Health
    This is an organization that focuses on improving the health and well-being of Hispanics. The National Hispanic Family Helpline 1-866-783-2645. La linea Nacional Prenatal Hispana 1-800-504-7081.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness
    Click here to find a chapter near you. NAMI Helpline is
    1-800-950-6264 (800-950-NAMI). NAMI educates America about mental illness, offers resources to those in need, and insists that mental illness become a high national priority. Mental illness is a serious medical illness that affects one in four families. No one is to blame. Treatment works, but only half of people living with mental illness receive treatment. NAMI has engaged in a variety of activities to create awareness about mental illness and promote the promise of recovery.
  • National Center on Physical Activity and Disability
    supports, resources and connections to services for, and others living with or caring for someone living with, disabiliites.
  • National Indian Parent Information Center
    A national program that provides information (printed, by eMail, phone and workshops) on disabiity issues for Native family members who have children with disabilities and the professionals who work with them.
  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
    Public and private partners working together to improve treatment, promote early diagnosis, and prevent the onset of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases
  • National Institute on Health, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
    Provides educational information about alternative medicine and its uses. Toll Free: 1-888-644-6226 TTY: 1-866-464-3615
  • National STD and HIV Testing Resources
    1-800-458-5231
  • Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database
    Unbiased, Scientific Clinical Information on Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Therapies.
  • Parents Forum
    Parents Forum is a non-profit, community-based organization that provides workshops focusing on emotional awareness. We help individuals and agencies develop strong support networks and helpful resources for parents and other caregivers
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America
    We provide up-to-date, clear, medically accurate information that helps you better understand your sexual health. Information appropriate for parents, teens and educators 1-800-230-PLAN (1-800-230-7526)
  • Postpartum Support International
    Helps women suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, including postpartum depression, the most common complication of childbirth. Educate family, friends and healthcare providers so that moms and moms-to-be can get the support they need and recover.
  • Rainbow Addiction
    You will find hundreds of inpatient and outpatient treatment services: alcoholism, drug addiction or substance abuse, DUI 1st offender and 2nd offender programs, drug diversion programs, 12-step programs, dual diagnosis, intervention, detox, drug testing, family counseling, halfway houses, sober homes, anger management, domestic violence, support groups, education and awareness, parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, helplines, residential care, and more.
  • Specialized Training of Military Parents
    STOMP is the only National Parent Training and Information Center for military families providing support and advice to military parents raising children with specialized medical or educational needs.
  • TASH
    Is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities
  • TeachingLD
    Is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children. DLD is the largest international professional organization focused on Learning Disabilities. The purpose of TeachingLD is to provide trustworthy and up-to-date resources about teaching students with Learning Disabilities
  • The Hills Center – Drug Rehab Guide
    The Hills Center provides drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation in Los Angeles, CA. This guide answers many of the frequently asked or most wondered about questions regarding treatment and the recovery journey.
  • The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome
    The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome is the only worldwide organization that is dedicated solely to the prevention of child abuse by Shaken Baby Syndrome or Abusive Head Trauma.
  • The Partnership at DrugFree.org
    Prevent. Intervene. Get Treatment. Recover.
  • Tricounty Life Coaching and Family Intervention
    Tricounty Life Coaching’s vision is to empower families, couples, and individuals by enabling them to utilize strategies to produce desirable actions that lead to healthy results. TLC is dedicated to the people it serves. TLC strives to strengthen and increase self-esteem and self-respect, promote healthy relations, and to address issues relating to improving the quality of life of individuals and families.
  • WebMD.com
    Better Information. Better Health.

IN-PERSON GROUPS

  • Al-Anon/ Alateen
    Strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers
  • B.I.L.Y. (Because I Love You)
    A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting parents with troubled children of any age. We promote structure, consequences and consistency in raising our kids and we have helped thousands of families over the past 29 years. Chapters across the nation.
  • Codependents Anonymous Meetings
    This is a safe place to join for recovery from the effects of codependency on our lives.
  • Organizations of Asian Descents in North America
    You are bound to find links here to the communities that involve or tout your prospects. This well-organized page lets you jump to organizations by country-of-origin first, or you can scroll through all the offerings. Another important link of interest to researchers will be Asian Study Centers.
  • Overeaters Anonymous
    Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Worldwide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. OA charges no dues or fees; it is self-supporting through member contributions.
  • Parents Anonymous® Inc.
    International organization that promotes mutual support, parent leadership and share leadership to ensure strong, safe families and communities.
  • RAINN Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
    The nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. Crisis intervention and support. Answers to your questions about recovering from sexual assault.Information about medical issues. Explanations of the criminal justice system, and what to expect when you report the crime to the police. Referrals to resources in your area. Information for family and friends of victims. 1-800-656-HOPE

INTERNET SAFETY

  • Connect Safely
    Smart socializing starts here. Tips and resources for smart, safe online and technology interactions among teens.
  • Cyberbullying Research Center
    The Cyberbullying Research Center is dedicated to providing up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. Cyberbullying can be defined as “Willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.”
  • FBI
    Our people in Los Angeles possess a mix of talents and experience that enable us to help protect you, your families, and your workplaces from a full range of national security threats and major crime problems.
  • Microsoft Safety & Security Center
    Teach your family members how to use the Internet more safely with these guidelines. Learn about family safety settings for Microsoft products.
    Help protect kids online: 4 things you can do!!!
    What to do about cyberbulling!!!!

LEGAL ASSISTANCE

  • State Bar Lawyer Referral Services
    A certified lawyer referral service may direct you to lawyers with experience in certain areas of the law such as bankruptcy, criminal, probate, landlord-tenant, family law and other areas. Certification Rules also encourage lawyer referral services to offer free and low cost legal help as well as lawyers who speak languages in addition to English.
  • TASH
    Is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities
  • TeachingLD
    Is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children. DLD is the largest international professional organization focused on Learning Disabilities. The purpose of TeachingLD is to provide trustworthy and up-to-date resources about teaching students with Learning Disabilities
  • The Low-Cost, No-Cost People Services

ONLINE GROUPS

  • After Silence
    After Silence is a a message board and chat room designed to help survivors communicate in the recovery of rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and all types of sexual violence.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous-Online Intergroup
    The Online Intergroup aids its member groups in their common purpose of carrying the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
  • Online Support Groups
    SupportGroups.com is a growing online support groups community. Our goal is to bring people together around life’s challenges by providing concise, up-to-date information and a meeting place for individuals, their friends and families, and professionals who offer pathways to help.
  • Strength for Caring
    An online community and resource area for caregivers.

ONLINE MAGAZINES, PARENTING BLOGS, LEARNING TOOLS

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Black Women’s Health
    Internet site dedicated to promoting the physical, mental and spiritual wellness of today’s African American woman. Furthermore, the site will educate and empower women on ways to improve their health status in an effort to live happier, more productive lives.
  • Cafemom.com
    The #1 place for moms online
  • Care.Com
    find care for your children, parents, pets and home.
  • Childcare World
    Fun and Useful Tidbits and Resources for Childcare Professionals, Providers,
    and Parents
  • Daily Strength.com
    on-line community
  • Family and Home Network
    We focus on children’s needs for warm, nurturing relationships with their parents and on parents’ experiences and feelings as they take the time to meet their children’s needs.
  • Family Education.com
    For parents and step-parents, moms and dads. Find helpful advice on pregnancy and valuable child rearing resources from infancy through age six. Discover a wealth of information regarding education and learning, and get parent-approved entertainment ideas for your young child. You’ll also find tips on how to handle the many child-related issues that commonly occur in households.
  • Flower Power Mom
    free support resources to women on the journey of motherhood after 40. Online support community, expert Q&A forums and a resource library to empower midlife women, from fertility, pregnancy, birth or adoption to parenting, ageing and menopause.
  • Help Guide
    Provides information and resources for mental health services, family and relationships, healthy living and for seniors & aging to help you understand, prevent, and resolve many of life’s challenges.
  • MetroFamily Magazine
    Central Oklahoma’s premier parenting connection
  • Microsoft Safety & Security Center
    Teach your family members how to use the Internet more safely with these guidelines. Learn about family safety settings for Microsoft products.
    Help protect kids online: 4 things you can do!!!
    What to do about cyberbulling!!!!
  • National Parenting Center
    The National Parenting Center was founded with the intention of providing the most comprehensive and responsible parenting advice to parents everywhere. The advice provided is furnished by some of the world’s most respected authorities in the field of child rearing and development.
  • One Tough Job
    One Tough Job supports parents by providing them with current, reliable, and practical information on a variety of parenting topics related to raising children from infancy through adolescence. We aim to provide a general overview of topics, drawing from a variety of reputable and reliable sources.
  • Parent Super Site
    Parent Super Site provides the best parenting resources for today’s parents. ParentSuperSite.com provides help and resources for both moms and dads.
  • Parenthood
    Find information about pregnancy, your baby, your child, community, topics A-Z and more
  • Parenting
    Parenting hotline, classes, material for parents with children of all ages 1800 448 3000
  • Parenting.org (brought to you by Boys Town)
    Valuable resources, articles and stories offering parenting help in today’s world
  • Raising Them
    online parenting community
  • SafeKids.com
    Online safety and civility. Click here for parenting tips on identifying and responding to cyber- bullying, bullying, sexting, social media and more.
  • Single Parents
    tips and resources for single moms and single dads
  • StepTalk
    Online support for step-parents
  • Stop Family Violence
    Stop Family Violence’s mission is to organize and amplify our nation’s collective voice against family violence. We are a catalyst for social change – empowering people to take action at the local, state and national level to ensure safety, justice, accountability and healing for people whose lives are affected by violent relationships.
  • Strength for Caring
    An online community and resource area for caregivers.
  • TimeToTalk.org -The Partnership at DrugFree.org
    Time to Talk provides easy-to-use guides and tips to help you have on-going conversations with your kids to keep them healthy and drug-free.
  • Toddler ABC
    Positive solutions for challenging or unwanted behavior, temper tantrums, yelling, hitting, biting and more
  • V Street
    Life skills and successful tools for young people preparing to live on their own.

PARENT POWER

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • Adopt US Kids
    The mission of AdoptUSKids is two-fold: to raise public awareness about the need for foster and adoptive families for children in the public child welfare system; and to assist U.S. States, Territories and Tribes to recruit and retain foster and adoptive families and connect them with children. Parents interested in fostering or adopting a child, and youth who need to know they’re not alone, can also find resources here.
  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Just 4 Dads
    Fatherhood. You only get one chance to be successful at it and you cannot fully understand it until you experience it. That’s a lot of pressure for expecting dads as well as experienced dads. Being a dad is not an easy role to play, there is no time for rehearsal and you learn as you go. Despite the demands, fatherhood is one of life’s great adventures. This site is designed to provide dads with information and resources that pertain to parenting and providing for your family such as: child development, behavior issues, cooking tips, cleaning tips and support groups. It is our hope that this site will be a place that dads can come to not only be encouraged, but informed on legal issues that can help you protect your family.
  • TASH
    Is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities
  • TeachingLD
    Is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children. DLD is the largest international professional organization focused on Learning Disabilities. The purpose of TeachingLD is to provide trustworthy and up-to-date resources about teaching students with Learning Disabilities

PARENTING AND CO-PARENTING

  • Baby Center
    BabyCenter is the world’s partner in parenting, providing moms everywhere with trusted advice from hundreds of experts around the globe, medical advisory board-approved information, friendship with other moms, and support at every stage of their child’s development. We understand that every family is different, and we give parents the information they need to make decisions that are right for them and their family. Our goal is to help them gain confidence, enjoy parenting more, and let go of some of the guilt and worry that comes with being a parent.
  • Co-Parenting
    Hosted by the Family Mediation Center, this site is your source for child custody parenting plans.
  • Just 4 Dads
    Fatherhood. You only get one chance to be successful at it and you cannot fully understand it until you experience it. That’s a lot of pressure for expecting dads as well as experienced dads. Being a dad is not an easy role to play, there is no time for rehearsal and you learn as you go. Despite the demands, fatherhood is one of life’s great adventures. This site is designed to provide dads with information and resources that pertain to parenting and providing for your family such as: child development, behavior issues, cooking tips, cleaning tips and support groups. It is our hope that this site will be a place that dads can come to not only be encouraged, but informed on legal issues that can help you protect your family.
  • Rainbow Addiction
    You will find hundreds of inpatient and outpatient treatment services: alcoholism, drug addiction or substance abuse, DUI 1st offender and 2nd offender programs, drug diversion programs, 12-step programs, dual diagnosis, intervention, detox, drug testing, family counseling, halfway houses, sober homes, anger management, domestic violence, support groups, education and awareness, parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, helplines, residential care, and more.
  • ShareKids.com
    A secure family management program designed specifically to assist parents who share custody of their children. Click on Sharekids.com link to learn more
  • Tricounty Life Coaching and Family Intervention
    Tricounty Life Coaching’s vision is to empower families, couples, and individuals by enabling them to utilize strategies to produce desirable actions that lead to healthy results. TLC is dedicated to the people it serves. TLC strives to strengthen and increase self-esteem and self-respect, promote healthy relations, and to address issues relating to improving the quality of life of individuals and families.

PERSONAL SAFETY

  • Break the Cycle
    For teens who have questions about domestic and dating violence 1-888-988-TEEN (8336)
  • Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute
    To provide scientific information that supports the prevention actions of the field, especially prevention organizations, professionals, and families. (404)872-5152 (510) 740-1410
  • Parents for Megan’s Law and The Crime Victims Center
    We are dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse through the provision of education, advocacy, counseling, victim services, policy and legislative support services.
  • Rainbow Addiction
    You will find hundreds of inpatient and outpatient treatment services: alcoholism, drug addiction or substance abuse, DUI 1st offender and 2nd offender programs, drug diversion programs, 12-step programs, dual diagnosis, intervention, detox, drug testing, family counseling, halfway houses, sober homes, anger management, domestic violence, support groups, education and awareness, parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, helplines, residential care, and more.
  • RAINN Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
    The nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. Crisis intervention and support. Answers to your questions about recovering from sexual assault.Information about medical issues. Explanations of the criminal justice system, and what to expect when you report the crime to the police. Referrals to resources in your area. Information for family and friends of victims. 1-800-656-HOPE
  • ReachOut Wireless
    To obtain REACHOUT WIRELESS service, potential subscribers must meet certain eligibility requirements such as receiving governmental assistance or a household income that is at or below the federal poverty level. The specifics of what determines a potential subscriber’s eligibility are specific to each state. REACHOUT WIRELESS service is limited to one household, and cannot be combined with any other Lifeline and Link-Up offering. Visit website FAQs page for state by state information.
  • Smokey Bear
    Only you can prevent wildfires. Visit for safety tips, fun activities for kids. Learn how wildfires can help or hurt, and how to stop them. Take the Safety Pledge. See the school widlfire prevention program for grades K-2.
  • Stop Family Violence
    Stop Family Violence’s mission is to organize and amplify our nation’s collective voice against family violence. We are a catalyst for social change – empowering people to take action at the local, state and national level to ensure safety, justice, accountability and healing for people whose lives are affected by violent relationships.
  • Su Casa Ending Domestic Violence
    Our Mission is to empower individuals and families to live free from domestic abuse and build partnerships with communities to end domestic violence.
  • The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
    The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, (NCMEC), is the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. The organization provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children including child victims and other professionals.

PREGNANCY

  • Birthright International
    At Birthright, we love them both! Are you pregnant and in need of help? We have locations throughout the country to offer pregnancy support and assistance. Call us at 800.550.4900.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • Colorin colorado
    Esta sección bilingüe ha sido diseñada pensando en ustedes, con el fin de brindarles información útil para ayudar a sus hijos a convertirse en buenos lectores y en estudiantes de éxito.
  • National Association of Social Workers
    Largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.
  • The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
    The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving the educational success of individuals with disabilities and/or gifts and talents. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides professional development, advocates for individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.
  • Tricounty Life Coaching and Family Intervention
    Tricounty Life Coaching’s vision is to empower families, couples, and individuals by enabling them to utilize strategies to produce desirable actions that lead to healthy results. TLC is dedicated to the people it serves. TLC strives to strengthen and increase self-esteem and self-respect, promote healthy relations, and to address issues relating to improving the quality of life of individuals and families.

RESOURCE LOCATOR

  • Administration on Developmental Disabilities
    Administration on Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent services, supports, and other assistance and opportunities that promotes independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion into the community.
  • American Self Help Groups Clearinghouse
    A keyword-searchable database of some 1100 national, international and model self-help support groups for most any specific illness, disability, addiction, bereavement situation, parenting, caregiver concern, abuse experience or other stressful life situation.
  • Angel Food Ministries
    Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing food relief and financial support to communities throughout 45 states.
  • ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center
    Assist and promote the development of quality respite and crisis care programs in the United States, to help families locate respite and crisis care services in their communities and to serve as a strong voice for respite in all forums.
  • B.I.L.Y. (Because I Love You)
    A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting parents with troubled children of any age. We promote structure, consequences and consistency in raising our kids and we have helped thousands of families over the past 29 years. Chapters across the nation.
  • Center for Employment Training
    Educational and employment training programs for low-income, disadvantaged persons over the age of 17 of all backgrounds. National network of 31 vocational educational centers in 11 states. Click here to find your location.
  • Chehalem Counseling Center
    Chehalem Counseling Center (CCC) is a community mental health agency serving Newberg and the surrounding areas. We are a private, non-profit affiliate of Chehalem Youth & Family Services dedicated to providing professional mental health services to the residents of our area.
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    DBSA helps when people need it most: before diagnosed, when first diagnosed, and when treatment isn’t working.
  • Generations United
    Improving the lives of children, youth and older adults through intergenerational collaboration, public policies, and programs. Visit the website for links, information and connection to a local chapter.
  • Girl Scouts of the USA
    click here to locate a chapter in your area.
  • Just 4 Dads
    Fatherhood. You only get one chance to be successful at it and you cannot fully understand it until you experience it. That’s a lot of pressure for expecting dads as well as experienced dads. Being a dad is not an easy role to play, there is no time for rehearsal and you learn as you go. Despite the demands, fatherhood is one of life’s great adventures. This site is designed to provide dads with information and resources that pertain to parenting and providing for your family such as: child development, behavior issues, cooking tips, cleaning tips and support groups. It is our hope that this site will be a place that dads can come to not only be encouraged, but informed on legal issues that can help you protect your family.
  • National Center for Grandparents Raising Children
    National database to locate local services for grandparents raising children by state. Phone: (404) 413-1074 Fax: (404) 413-1075 Deborah Whitley Georgia State University College of Health & Human Sciences PO Box 3995 Atlanta, GA 30302-3995
  • National Drug Abuse Hotline
    Drug Addiction, Alcohol Abuse, & Substance Abuse Help
    Call (866) 360-6428.
  • National Epilepsy Foundation
    Provides a range of services, including information, resources, advocacy and education related to epilepsy and seizure disorders.
  • National Foster Care and Adoption Directory
    Adoption and foster care resources by State.
  • National Indian Parent Information Center
    A national program that provides information (printed, by eMail, phone and workshops) on disabiity issues for Native family members who have children with disabilities and the professionals who work with them.
  • Parents Anonymous® Inc.
    International organization that promotes mutual support, parent leadership and share leadership to ensure strong, safe families and communities.
  • Postpartum Support International
    Helps women suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, including postpartum depression, the most common complication of childbirth. Educate family, friends and healthcare providers so that moms and moms-to-be can get the support they need and recover.
  • Rainbow Addiction
    You will find hundreds of inpatient and outpatient treatment services: alcoholism, drug addiction or substance abuse, DUI 1st offender and 2nd offender programs, drug diversion programs, 12-step programs, dual diagnosis, intervention, detox, drug testing, family counseling, halfway houses, sober homes, anger management, domestic violence, support groups, education and awareness, parenting classes, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, helplines, residential care, and more.
  • Regional Resources Directory – Disability Resources
    The Regional Resource Directory lists thousands of local agencies and organizations, arranged by state and subdivided by topic. This website does not provide individual advice, personal assistance, or financial support
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
    Find substance abuse treatment near you.
  • TASH
    Is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm. TASH is an organization of members concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities
  • TeachingLD
    Is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children. DLD is the largest international professional organization focused on Learning Disabilities. The purpose of TeachingLD is to provide trustworthy and up-to-date resources about teaching students with Learning Disabilities
  • The Low-Cost, No-Cost People Services
  • US Family Advocate
    We are a Parent’s Advocacy organization specializing in helping parents to find affordable solutions for family issues. Initially, there is no charge to speak with one of our specialists to determine if our program will meet your needs.

SELF CARE

  • Bella on Line
    Learn how to manage your stress, organize your priorities, and create the time to reach your dreams. We are here to help with every step of the way!
  • Benefits.Gov
    Answer questions here to find out which government benefits you may be eligible to receive.
  • Divorce Care
    Offers healing, support and resources for parents and children; locates support groups for individuals facing divorce and their children.
  • National Epilepsy Foundation
    Provides a range of services, including information, resources, advocacy and education related to epilepsy and seizure disorders.
  • Self-help magazine
    The Internet’s most trusted self-help & psychology portal, developed by hundreds of volunteers as a labor of love.

SENIORS

TEEN DATING AND SEX

  • SafeKids.com
    Online safety and civility. Click here for parenting tips on identifying and responding to cyber- bullying, bullying, sexting, social media and more.

TEEN PREGNANCY

  • Birthmother’s Choice
    If you are considering adoption for your unborn child Birthmother’s Choice helps you connect with the family of your choice.
  • Kids Health
    Website with educational information for parents with children of different ages. General health, behaviors and emotions, growth and development, nutrition and fitness, recipes, pregnancy and newborn, medical problems, positive parenting.
  • Parenting my Teen
    Find useful information about parenting your teen, share your concerns and find feedback from other parents in the same situation 214-615-6505 ext. 4245

TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN

  • Family Education.com
    For parents and step-parents, moms and dads. Find helpful advice on pregnancy and valuable child rearing resources from infancy through age six. Discover a wealth of information regarding education and learning, and get parent-approved entertainment ideas for your young child. You’ll also find tips on how to handle the many child-related issues that commonly occur in households.
  • Flying with kids
    Flying with Kids Airplane travel tips and travel accessory store for when you fly with a baby or small child. Tips from parents for parents.
  • Momsminivan.com
    Road Trip Fun! Car Games! Travel Games & Road TripTips for the family! Planning a road trip? Traveling with kids? Need some travel games to play in the car? Ideas to keep kids busy in the car? Here’s a part of your travel planning that you can’t leave without! MomsMinivan.com has over 101 ideas for fun things for kids to do in the car, kids travel games, FREE printable car games and activities, and road-trip tips. They are organized by age group, so have a look around – there’s something for everyone!

TUTORING

  • Free Math Help
    Looking to understand a subject better, or maybe you don’t understand what your textbook is trying to tell you? We have a collection of algebra and geometry lessons that you can view online right now.
  • Math and Reading Help
    Find answers to your education questions. All answers have been custom written by our staff of teachers and education professionals.
  • PMCT Helping your child
    In a child’s education, there is no substitute for parental involvement. PMCT is pleased to offer you free materials which will help you help your child.
  • Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families
    Military families: Get help from a professional tutor anytime you need it, for FREE. Tutors are online 24/7 and eligible military families in the Army, Marines, Navy, and Air Force can take advantage of this military family program to get help with more than 16 subjects. 800-411-1970 or 212-528-3101

VETERANS, ACTIVE MILITARY AND MILITARY FAMILIES

  • Military OneSource
    A 24/7 resource for military members, spouses and families.
  • National Call Center for Homeless Veterans
    1.877.4AID.VET (424.3838)
  • National Resource Directory
    Connecting wounded warriors, service members, veterans and their families with those that supports them. For questions regarding VA benefits, compensation, services or other resources, please contact the Department of Veterans Affairs call 1 (800) 827-1000. For questions regarding DoD programs, services and resources call 1 (800) 342-9647
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    To ensure anyone in emotional crisis has free, 24/7 access to trained counselors.1-800-273-TALK (8255). Press “1” to be routed to the Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline.
  • Specialized Training of Military Parents
    STOMP is the only National Parent Training and Information Center for military families providing support and advice to military parents raising children with specialized medical or educational needs.
  • US Vets
    US Vets is dedicated to helping veterans transition into civilian life by offering support and a variety of programs to assist with housing, counseling and career development.
  • Wounded Warrior Resource Center
    1.800.342.9647