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NationalSafePlace.org - Safe Place is a national youth outreach program that educates thousands of young people every year about the dangers of running away or trying to resolve difficult, threatening situations on their own. Their mission is to provide access to immediate help and supportive resources for all young people in crisis through a network of sites sustained by qualified agencies, trained volunteers and businesses.

FindYouthInfo.gov – Stay on top of the latest information about federal programs, including grants, for your youth agency, school or youth ministry. The site is a collaboration of 12 federal agencies offering information on youth programs, interactive mapping, and federal grants.

SAMHSAs Newsletter on Substance Abuse and Mental Health – Read the latest issue of this award winning newsletter for substance abuse and mental health news and issues from across the country.

The Jreamwriter Young Global Citizens Program, Inc. - The Jreamwriter® Young Global Citizens Program, Inc. (TJYGCP) is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization that exists to create, sponsor, and foster creative programs and initiatives that spearhead the eradication of domestic violence and other forms of abuse among at-risk women, children and families.

The TJYGCP Affordable Housing - coming soon!

Reach Out – A national suicide prevention campaign for teens lead by SAMHSA, Ad Council, and Inspire USA Foundation. The PSA’s and especially the website provide great resources for teens that may be dealing with depression, suicidal thoughts, or have a friend going through those situations.

Department of Education: Free Publications – EdPubs allows you to order free publications on a variety of topics, including preventing bullying, preventing drug use in kids, and getting money for college.

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center  offers free online trainings to help you develop effective suicide prevention programs.

The Jason Foundation and The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is an interactive educational resource offered by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that offers fun activities that help teach children how to be safe while online. The site also includes information on social networking, cyberbullying, gaming and tips to prevent sexting.