Tip Sheet: Supporting a Teen in a Mental Health Crisis
Belmont Schools Behavioral and Social Emotional Supports:
- Burbank Student Support and Counseling
- Chenery School Counseling
- Belmont High School Student Resources for Social Emotional Support
Resources related to mental health in young people:
- Support Groups: Turnbridge has online Support Groups for any parents of a child with substance use or mental health issues (no program affiliation required to attend). If you have questions or would like more information, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Website: Hand Hold MA has information about signs to look for, tips and strategies for parents, and community organizations and government resources for finding mental health services for children and families.
- Article: HealthyChildren.org – Mental Health and Teens: Watch for Danger Signs
- Article: MentalHealth.gov – For Friends and Family Members
- Web Article: Common Sense Media – Tweens, Teens, Tech, and Mental Health: Comin g of Age in an Increasingly Digital, Uncertain, and Unequal World 2020
- Web Article: Screenagers – Feeling Anxious? Talking about it skillfully with your kids and teens
- Web Article: Mental Illness Myths: Unpacking Mental Health Stigma
- Web Article: GenoMind – How to Spot Mental Health Issues in Children: A Guide for Parents
- Web Article: US News & World Report – 12 Questions You Should Ask Your Kids at Dinner
- Website: National Alliance on Mental Illness