Teen Library Resources
Enjoy 24/7 access to these FREE online resources with your library card!
Teens might also benefit from many other databases on our list, covering history, genealogy, science, world languages, engine repair, literature, career guidance, and more.
Back to School Teen Resources
- Get Involved: NASA Solve
- For aspiring writers: https://crossword-solver.io/creative-writing-glossary/
- Khan Academy: Khan Academy is free and a non profit organization. It offers tutoring and homework help with many subjects to pick from from Pre K to Highschool.
- Scholastic offering courses
- Teen Ink: https://www.teenink.com/hot_topics/bullying
Mental health for teens:
Discovering Your Inner Strength
- Mindfulness resources: http://mindfulnessforteens.com/resources/
- Society of the Prevention of Suicide
- Teen line: Due to concerns about the coronavirus and to protect the health of our volunteers, our phone lines will temporarily close starting Friday, March 13th. Please note that our emails are answered by both our teen and adult volunteers. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital. If you are feeling suicidal and need to speak to someone right away, please call the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Talknow by email.
- National Alliance of mental illness.
- Mental Health tips for teens during COVID-19.
- AADAA: Founded in 1979, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research. With more than 1,800 professional mental health members (many of whom contribute blog posts, host webinars, review website content and more) ADAA is a leader in education, training, and research. More than 11 million people from around the world visit the ADAA website annually (and click on more than 38,000,000 pages) to find current treatment and evidence-based research information and to access free resources and support. Together we are changing lives.
Books for teen mental health:
- (Don’t) call me crazy : 33 voices start the conversation about mental health.
- Grown and flown : how to support your teen, stay close as a family, and raise independent adults.
- If your adolescent has depression or bipolar disorder : an essential resource for parents.
- If your adolescent has an anxiety disorder: an essential resource for parents.
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