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College Resources

The Jed Foundation: promoting emotional health and preventing suicide among college students.

The Transition Year: an online resource center to help parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.

Think College

ULifeline: ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health.

Mental Health in College: Recognizing the Signs and Getting Help

Student's Guide to Dealing with College Stress

Stress in College, how to cope


CareerShip® - Mapping Your Future
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability

Healthcare Prescription Drug Prices in New York State Teen Activist Project (TAP) - NYC

Social Security Benefits for Children with Disabilities

New York's Housing Search Site
The First Home Club

Life Skills

ACCESS-VR, Independent Living Centers
Biz Kids, the place where kids teach kids about money and business
Money Talks for Teens
The Mint, Tips for Tweens

Nutrition & Exercise

Come and Get It: Nutrition and Fitness for Lifelong Health
Jump Start Teens

Provider Support

New York State Office of Mental Health Pathways to Positive Futures

What to Know About Your Supplemental Security Income When You Turn 18

Sexual Health

Advocates for Youth

Transition Planning Guide

Transition Planning Guide
Transition Planning Guide (en Español)

Young Adult Resources

Active Minds: Changing the conversation about mental health.

Mind Zone: a mental health site for teens offering an abundance of information about serious mental illnesses and their treatment in no-nonsense, straight talk.  


NAMI Beginnings: A Publication Dedicated to the Young Minds of America from the NAMI Child & Adolescent Action Center. Reaching the Next Generation: Cognitive Behavior Therapy & Young Adults Addressing Mental Health on College Campuses.

Top 5 Mental Health Problems Facing College Students