If you or someone you know is in crisis, please be aware that trained counselors are available at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
This wonderful resource helps you find nonfiction or fiction books using a number of criteria, such as author, genre, format and topic.
The NIMH provides detailed, up-to-date information about mental health issues and learning disorders experienced by children, adolescents, and adults.
The APA website offers individuals valuable information regarding a wide range of mental health issues (emotional, physical, and behavioral disorders).
Similar to the NIMH, current research regarding various mental health disorders, such as ADHD, is offered by the CDC.
This is an excellent resource for individuals with learning difficulties, with links to professionals and materials, workshops, and tools (including audiobooks).
A non-profit organization focused on providing help to individuals with dyslexia and their families. Also, here is a wonderful, comprehensive handbook on dyslexia published by the IDA for parents titled “What Every Family Should Know.”
This online resource is invaluable for parents and educators interested in learning more about special education law and advocacy for students with disabilities.
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This organization provides articles, a referral database, and other resources for individuals dealing with ADHD. CHADD of Northern Virginia also runs Meetup groups for parents/caregivers of children with ADHD and for adults and teens dealing with ADHD.
This site offers reliable information and resources for individuals managing symptoms of anxiety and depression.