Find Parenting Resources

When your teen is facing a tough situation, it’s a lot easier to help them handle it when you’re armed with knowledge. Parent resources from leading experts can help you feel confident and informed when having those sensitive conversations with your teen.

The more informed and aware we all are as a community, the better equipped we are to help our children make healthy choices — together.

These external parent resources below are from leading experts, associations, and government agencies.

Bullying and Cybercrime Resources

It’s hard to know what to do when your child is being bullied either in-person or online – but staying informed is the best first step. That’s why we’ve put together a list of trusted bullying and cybercrime resources, to help you get the factual and helpful information you need.

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Teenage Sexuality Resources

Teenage sexuality can be a challenging issue for any family. Besides wanting your teen to be healthy and informed, your own family’s values may come into play, making honest conversations difficult. That’s why we’ve put together a list of trusted teenage sexuality resources, to help you get the factual and helpful information you need.

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Drug and Alcohol Resources

It’s heartbreaking and frightening when substance abuse rears its head and threatens your teen’s future. Being informed is key to helping your child make smart decisions about drugs and alcohol. That’s why we’ve put together a list of trusted substance abuse resources, to help you get the factual and helpful information you need.

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Schoolwork and Competition Resources

We want our kids to succeed in school. But too much pressure can backfire, and expectations can become a heavy burden. That’s why we’ve put together a list of trusted schoolwork and competition resources, to help you get the factual and helpful information you need.

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DISCLAIMER:
Conversations with experts are intended for general information only, and are not meant to provide specific advice, diagnosis, and does not constitute professional care. If this is an emergency, please dial 911 immediately.