Useful Links

 

Freevibe - http://www.freevibe.com
(by the National You Anti-Drug Media Campaign) - A vast amount of information is available on a number of drugs, the effects o drug use and how to get help.
 
Go Ask Alice! - http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/
(Columbia University) - All of the topics and ideas on this site are from teens and young adults. The information is current, credible, interactive, and helpful.
 
iEmily - http://www.iemily.com
This site covers everything a girl needs to know and you can also read about other people's experiences.
 
Kidshealth - http://kidshealth.org/
This site has a lot of different topics and a doctor reviews each one. Helpful tips are given for many subjects, including eating, fitness, and homework help.
 
Library Spot - http://www.libraryspot.com/
Homework help for K – 12!! Online libraries, reference desk with maps, quotes, tons of information on many topics like music, government, people, and more. ** Research quality links.
 
Male Health Forum - http://www.livestrong.com/
This health site is targeted just for guys and provides answers to questions that may be bugging them.
 
Netsmartz - http://www.netsmartz.org/Parents
This website serves as a safe place for teens to surf the web, and educates them on web safety.
 
OCFS Youth Portfolio - http://www.ocfs.state.ny.us/main/owd/portfolio/facilitator/facilitatorguide.pdf
The NY State Office of Children & Family Services has a valuable resource on its website, the OCFS Youth Portfolio and the Facilitator’s Guide to the NYSOCFS Youth Portfolio. Young people need to start preparing for their work future today. The NYSOCFS is the perfect vehicle to get started. In addition to its practical use as a tool to find a job, the NYSOCFS Portfolio encourages young people to include work in their plans, “marry” education and employment, and think ahead-realistically.
 
Partnership for a Drug-Free America - http://www.drugfree.org/
This website has real-life stories from people who have abused drugs or know people who have.