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Christian program for young men, ages 16-19
Located in Missouri
Family support services to the Oxford, Lafayette County and The University of Mississippi community. Includes counseling, workshops, teen pregnancy prevention, mentoring, and 24-hour crisis intervention.
The nation's largest and most comprehensive residential education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16-24.
Residential academic and job-training programs for youth, ages 16-24.
Detailed information about local mental health service providers in Mississippi.
Preventive youth-at-risk program, targets unemployed drug-free and law-free high-school dropouts, ages 16-18. Core components of the program are citizenship, academic excellence (GED/high school diploma), life-coping skills, community service, health and hygiene, skills training, and physical training. The residential phase is followed by a year-long mentoring relationship with a specially trained member from each youth's community.
Boarding school that recognizes there are students, especially African-American students, who have the capability to make their lives extraordinary through excellence in education and the development of moral and ethical attitudes but do not have the opportunity to do so for financial or other reasons. Students must be motivated to go to school, maintain at least a C-average, and be willing to abide by school rules.
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Visit Teen Behavior Problems.
Visit Family Health.
Visit Youth Who Drop Out.
Visit Teen Sexual Behaviors.
Education, advocacy, and support. Visit Learning Disabilities.
State health insurance program for uninsured children, under age 19, in families who do not have access to affordable health insurance. Visit Family Health.
Statewide network of services that includes state-operated facilities, regional community mental health centers, and other nonprofit community-based programs. Visit Heroin Abuse and Addiction.
Protects and advocates the rights of individuals with disabilities in Mississippi. Visit Special Education.
Grassroots organization dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy for consumers of mental health services and their family members. Visit Counseling and Therapy.
NCADD's mission is to increase awareness about the devastating effects of alcoholism and drug dependence of the individual, the family, and the community. NCADD provides the opportunity for recovery through information, education and support. Visit Drugs and Teen Substance Abuse.
Statewide Parent Training and Information project of the ARC/MS (Association for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities) funded through the United States Department of Education. Parent Partners was established to provide information and training on The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Visit Special Education.
Assists school districts and administrators develop comprehensive guidelines that will integrate all phases of violence prevention. Visit Characteristics of Youth Who Have Caused School-Related Violent Deaths.
Advocacy, education, and information about autism spectrum disorders. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
HOTLINES AND HELPLINES
Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
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