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Emergency shelter for youth (ages 10-17), transitional living program for homeless youth (ages 16-20), family-centered counseling, 24-hour walk-in counseling for youth and parents (no appointment necessary).
Overnight summer camp program for boys and girls, ages 6-18, who have a primary diagnosis of ADHD/ADD and/or Learning Disabilities, or an additional or related diagnosis.
Camp Discovery/ Courage North
Residential camp located in Lake George, Minnesota for children and young adults with high-functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome.
Summer camp, seasonal reunions, and Life Enhancement Programs for children impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Camp program for emotionally disturbed adolescents, mentally handicapped and emotionally disturbed children, hearing impaired adults, families with mentally handicapped members, families that are culturally disadvantaged and adults who are mentally ill or chemically dependent.
Counseling and psychotherapy for children and families, continuing education for teachers and other professionals who work with children, parenting and relationship seminars for couples, retreat and growth opportunities for all ages.
Mental health clinic in Minneapolis providing legal assistance, education and family support.
Specializes in working with attachment disorder and serving the needs of adoptive and foster families.
The nation's largest and most comprehensive residential education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16-24.
763-862-6755 Coon Rapids
Christian-based mentoring program that matches children, aged 5-15, in need of additional support to realize their God-given potential through adult friendships. Listing of all Kinship programs.
Largest, statewide non-profit social service agency in Minnesota with services and programs for children, youth, and families.
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Provides high-risk youth between the ages of 16 and 24 with an opportunity to help communities increase the supply of low and moderate income housing while providing pre-apprenticeship training and supportive services.
Public school designed for students in need of 9th through 12th grade credits and/or graduation standards, who are actively engaged in working on chemical health issues and maintaining sobriety.
Six offices in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area offer parenting classes, support groups, anger management classes, family law seminars, and relationship workshops.
Community outreach, education, and advocacy to promote a violence-free society where sexual assault is not tolerated. Free and confidential services are available to women and men of all ages.
Outreach and services for youth and families in the western suburbs of Minneapolis.
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The outrage at Anna’s death and the outpouring of community support led Anna’s family to establish this organization to help others suffering directly or indirectly from eating disorders. Visit Eating Disorders.
Brain injury prevention, research, education and advocacy. Visit Family Health.
Support and resources for victims of domestic violence in central Minnesota, including support groups for children. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Nationally recognized for its scholarship and resources on children, youth and family issues. Visit Parenting Teens.
CCHC works for individual freedom and financial responsibility in all health care decisions. Comprehensive site on health care, health privacy issues, and insurance information. Visit Family Health.
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Through education, example, and experiences in non-violent living, FNVW works to build a world where all people can speak truth to power, practice alternatives to violence, gain strength from community, and act in a spirit of cooperation to work for peace and justice. Visit Teen Violence.
Chapters throughout Minnesota work to stop drunk driving, eliminate underage access to alcohol, and support the victims of alcohol and drug impaired crashes. Visit Alcohol and Teen Drinking.
612-331-6840 Twin Cities
Education, advocacy, and support. Visit Bipolar Disorder.
Educational organization made up of law enforcement officers and other members of the criminal justice community. Visit Gangs: Awareness, Prevention, Intervention.
Provides post-adoption information and support to individuals and to agencies. Visit Parenting the Adopted Adolescent.
MACMH serves children who have emotional/behavioral disorders and their families across the state. Visit Teen Behavior Problems and Disorders.
A center within the School of Social Work at the University of Minnesota whose primary mission is supporting education, research, and access to information about violence. The MINCAVA Electronic Clearinghouse provides an extensive pool of up-to-date educational resources about all types of violence. Visit Teen Violence.
Information and referrals to educational services, support groups, summer camps, service coordination, and legal services. Visit Special Education.
A division of the Council for Exceptional Children, CEC promotes quality education for children and youth with disabilities and challenging behavior.
Educates parents and children to the dangers of predators on the Internet and vigorously pursues those who would exploit children. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Comprehensive clearinghouse of information and resources on teen pregnancy prevention and parenting. Visit Teen Sexual Behavior: Issues and Concern.
Collection of research and evaluation findings designed to inform about effective prevention programs. Visit Drugs and Teen Substance Abuse.
Serves families and individuals affected by Tourette Syndrome through support, education, and advocacy. Visit Tourette Syndrome.
Helps locate missing children, provides advocacy and
support services to families of missing children and information and
prevention education to the public regarding missing children and
runaways. Visit Runaways and Missing
Education, advocacy, and support. Visit Teen Depression.
Nonprofit organization that helps parents and families of children with disabilities. Visit Learning Disabilities.
Prevention programs and public awareness activities to help adults take responsibility for preventing the sexual abuse of children BEFORE a child is harmed. Visit Abuse: Physical, Sexual, Emotional, Neglect.
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Child Abuse Hotline
Fathers' Crisis Line Minneapolis/St. Paul
Minnesota AIDS Hotline
Minnesota Poison Control Center
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
St. Paul Teenline
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Support for families and friends of persons with mental illness.
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