Traumatic loss for teens stems from the sudden or violent death of a loved one, friend, or acquaintance.
Sexual trauma for teens may be related to molestation or abuse, rape, or sexual exploitation associated with forced sex trafficking.
Abuse trauma is caused by prior physical or emotional abuse, usually at the hands of a parent or caregiver.
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Learn how to help a teenager affected by teen trauma due to sexual exploitation or other sexual abuse.
Physical or emotional abuse at the hands of a parent, caregiver, or their partners.
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Provides shelter to people
Contact No.: 212 777 9617
A 24-hour shelter located in Odenville, Alabama offering immediate assistance to trafficked women who are rescued from anywhere in the United States.
Crisis Line: (800) 991-0948 Office: (800) 991-9937
Offers articles and resources on trauma and highlight state facilities to citizens
Contact No.: 800 394 3366
Legal services for Immigrants and Victims
Religious Immigration Services, Affordable legal services to immigrants
Contact No.: 301 565 4500
Emotional Support Group and Conversations Free 24/7 chat rooms with volunteer listeners
Online community and App
Support Group for Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Online Support Community for parents about mood disorders, treatment, school admissions, research and discussion boards
Online Support Groups and Directory to in-person support groups in your community.
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition.
Find missing childrenResource to find missing children
Operates a National Hotline, Advocates and Supports survivors
Public Policy, Fundraising, Victim Support, Financial Support
Contact No.: 888 373 7888
Support for sexual assault survivors. Fundrasing, Awareness
Victim Services, Public Education, Public Policy, Consulting and Training
Contact No.: 800 656 4673
Education and resources for prevention, response and advocacy to stop sex trafficking in America.
Resources, listing of agencies and program, educational programs to help youths. Offers program funding to community organizations and you can search for services available in your community
Contact No.: 877 231 7843
Program awards a scholarship to a student with a disability and demonstrated financial need, who exhibits qualities of compassion and service to the community, or who has overcome adversity.
Program offers a scholarship to any current or soon-to-be undergraduate who has had their life changed due to an injury from a car or truck accident.
Program provides scholarships to students who have survived a life altering circumstance due to illness or otherwise for undergraduate degrees from any Florida school of choice.
Provides a scholarship to individuals that have been hurt in a car accident (in the Chicago area), or other types of personal injury situations and are struggling to keep up with medical bills and their day to day lives.
2055 Limestone Road, Suite 109, Wilmington, DE 19808
Contact Number:(888) 959-1099
The Disaster Distress Helpline puts people in need of counseling on the path to recovery. Provides immediate counseling for people affected by any disaster or tragedy
Phone Number:800 985 5990
Personal Safety Hotline abuse or unhealthy behaviors in dating or spousal relationships
Phone Number:800.799.SAFE (7233)
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources
Contact No.: 800 273 8255
Parents Anonymous® Inc. runs a National Parent Helpline (1.855.4A.PARENT) for parents who need help or parenting advice.
Contact No. 1-855-4A.Parent
The National Helpline provides 24-hour free and confidential referrals and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, treatment, and recovery in English and Spanish.
Contact No.: 800 662 4357
Tipline and suport for victims of human trafficking. Provides services to victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking
24/7 Hotline and Support for including legal services for victims and survivors of human trafficking
Treat teenagers with trauma and disorders (outpatient treatment)
Contact No.805 209 4433
Contact No. 800 273 8255
Clinical services, education and training programs, data collection and evaluation, public policy and awareness efforts, develop and disseminate new interventions and resource materials
Providing information, expert consultation, training and technical assistance to child welfare, dependency court and substance use treatment professionals to improve the safety, permanency, well-being and recovery outcomes for children, parents and families.
Child welfare, family support, providing treatment to trauma patients
Contact No. 310 235 2633, 919 682 1552
In Florida, the Trafficking Health care Resources and Interdisciplinary Victim Services and Education (THRIVE) Clinic at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine provides the resources of a world-class research hospital to trafficking survivors across the Southeast.
Contact No. 305-243-1046
Information about mental health including research and clinical trials
Contact No. 866 615 6464
Programs and services resources for Minorities
Contact No. 800 444 6472
Listing of organizations that help teens and are funded by the Offie of Minority Health
Assisting citizens in finding mental health professionals in US
Mental Health Professionals’ Directory
Reduce substance abuse and improve mental health of US citizens
Contact No. 877 726 4727
A smart phone Application is a journal with tools used in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Positive Psycholoy to hel you understand your thoughts and feelings.
A free smart phone designed by the US Department of Veterans Affair for people experiencing insomnia , it guides you thorugh developing positive sleep routines and stratgies to alleviate symptoms.
A free smart phone designed by the US Department of Veterans Affair for family members of those living with PTSD. Information and tools to help your loved one get the treatment they deserve.
A smart phone Application designed by Palo Alto Vetrans Institute for Research tha tprovide training and tools to practice skills helpful in recovering from trauma
A smart phone Application with tools to help those who experienced trauma cope, relax, distract and practice positive thinking.
This App is available at the Apple Store and Google Play Store
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