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Christian program for young men, ages 16-19
Free academic, life skills, and vocational program offered by the National Guard to youth, ages 16-18, who have dropped out of school, are free of illegal drugs, and who wish to make a positive change in their lives.
Residential treatment for troubled boys ages 9-17, community-based family services, after-school treatment program. Located in Covington.
Mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse services in Southeastern Kentucky with facilities located in the counties of Bell, Clay, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Rockcastle and Whitley.
Helps children and family members in the Kentuckiana area through its comprehensive services, aimed at breaking the cycle of child sexual abuse. Family treatment, juvenile offender treatment, children's program, crisis care, family support.
Christian program for young men, ages 16-19, providing education, 12-step support, apprenticeships, conservation and wildlife rehabilitation, apiary science, auto shop classes, and recreational activities. Located in Missouri.
Family counseling, educational and vocational counseling and testing, family workshops in Louisville area.
The nation's largest and most comprehensive residential education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16-24.
Online services and information directory and guide for Federal, State and Community Providers.
WITH THE RIGHT TOOLS,
YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER
IN MATH AND SCIENCE CLASSES
you're a parent looking to help your son or daughter with
TAKE POSITIVE ACTION TO HELP YOUR TEEN AND HEAL YOUR FAMILY
Visit Special Education.
Visit Family Health.
Visit Alcohol and Teen Drinking.
Visit Youth Who Drop Out.
A collaboration of The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling at UK (SERC) that provides a format allowing school personnel, parents, and other professionals to gain access to information, to share effective practices, and to receive consultation and technical assistance concerning the full range of behavior problems and challenges displayed by children and youth in school and community settings. Visit Behavior Problems and Behavioral Disorders.
Public awareness, education and prevention programs, parent support services, and other programs that provide a forum for community involvement to help abused children, missing children, and their families. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Provides school safety information and training resources to schools, communities, justice agencies, post-secondary education institutions and other interested organizations and individuals. Visit Characteristics of Youth Who Have Caused School-Related Violent Deaths.
Provides safety tips to parents, gives direction for those whose child is missing, and a link to the web site of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. This organization provides a centralized clearinghouse for data on missing children. Visit Runaways and Missing Children.
Protects and promotes the rights of Kentuckians with disabilities through legally based individual and systemic advocacy, and education. Visit Special Education.
Supports individuals with disabilities and their families to effectively advocate for and access needed information, resources and support networks. Visit ADD/ADHD.
Public policy organization that provides research, data, education, and limited case advocacy on behalf of children and their families who are having trouble getting their questions answered or the correct services delivered.
Supports parents of the individuals with learning differences through information sharing and support and educates the general public on the characteristics of learning disability, attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, etc. Visit Learning Disabilities.
This organization, dedicated to the awareness and prevention of cyberbullying and suicide, was created in memory of Rachael Neblett, and Kristin Settles, two Mt. Washington, Kentucky teens who died as the result of suicide. Visit Teen Suicide and Bullying - What Parents and Teachers Should Know.
Self-help organization that is part of a nationwide network devoted to improving the lives of the mentally ill and to decreasing the prevailing stigma associated with mental illness. Visit Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders.
Parent to parent network providing support and information to parents of children with special needs. Visit Special Education.
Statewide network of parents, professionals and volunteers cooperating together to develop and maintain child abuse prevention programs. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
HOTLINES AND HELPLINES
Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
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