BAM! Body and Mind
Learn about fitness, food and nutrition, exercise, disease, and safety. From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The Cool Spot
Learn why cool teens don’t drink and how you can resist peer pressure.
Learn how to stay healthy or deal with common illnesses, drug and alcohol problems or eating disorders.

Free Vibe
Honest answers about drugs.

Go Ask Alice
Questions and answers about health, fitness/nutrition, relationships, sex and drugs. Provided by Columbia University's Health Education Program.

Health Information for Teens
Information for teens from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Get information about your changing body, expanding mind, fitness, nutrition, relationships, and more. Each section has lots of articles and facts.
Reliable health information especially for teens by the US Department of Health and Human Services.

How to Quit Smoking
Provides information on how to stop smoking. Sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

National Eating Disorders Association
Provides education, resources and support for girls and guys.

Puberty Information for Boys and Girls
Puberty information from the American Academy of Pediatrics

Something Fishy
Learn about eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and compulsive overeating. Get definitions, signs and symptoms and learn the physical dangers.
Created to help bring awareness to the spread of teen drug abuse problems in the U.S. Provides lots of information, articles and statistics on drug use, abuse and specific drugs.

Provides information for teens on staying healthy in the following areas: their body, sex, emotions, friends, sports, school, danger and family.
Offers a safe, private place to get information about health, growth and emotions. En español.

Youth Tobacco Prevention
Get the facts about smoking from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Vegetarian Resource Group
Provides great information on how to become a vegetarian and still maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Anger Management: A Guide for Teens
Tips for learning to control anger.

BAM! Guide to Getting Along
Learn to deal with conflict and anger. From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Dealing with Divorce
Advice and assistance on how to deal with this situation.

Keirsey Personality Test
Do you think you’re going crazy? Take the test and find out why.
Mental health and wellness education.

mpower is a new youth awareness campaign that’s harnessing the power of music to change youth attitudes about mental health and fight the stigma facing the 1 in 5 youth with mental health problems including depression, substance abuse, anxiety, eating disorders and suicide. Provides important resources and information to encourage those in need to seek help. Sponsored by the National Mental Health Association (NMHA).

National Runaway Switchboard
If you are a runaway teen in crisis you can call 1-800-RUNAWAY for free and confidential assistance.

Personality Tests
An online test based on the Jung - Myers-Briggs personality approach provides your type formula, type description, and career choices.
Provides youth with the information and support to overcome mental health issues like stress, anxiety, bullying, suicide, depression, bipolar and other issues that can affect mental health & well-being.

Suicide and Crisis Hotlines
For the Fort Worth and Dallas metro area call the 24-hour Suicide and Crisis Center at 214-828-1000.
Call a 24-hour National Hotline toll-free at 1-800-Suicide (1-800-784-2433) or
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

TeensHealth – Depression
Learn about the types of depression, symptoms and how to get help. En español.

TeensHealth – Your Mind
Information on relationships, body image, families, emotions, depression and more.

Ask Nina Now
Advice to your questions on dating, love and romance. Offers tests, relationship checklists and a bulletin board.

Break the Cycle
Engages, educates and empowers youth to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence. Provides legal counseling and training for teens who want to help end domestic violence. – Relationships
Help teenage girls learn about health, growing up, and issues they may face.

Go Ask Alice: Relationships
Get advice on a variety of relationship topics.

Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt
Dating violence information from the American Psychological Association.

Love is
Learn about the Teen Dating Bill of Rights, how to determine if a relationship is abusive and how to get help for yourself or a friend. Teens can call the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1-866-331-9474.

Teen Relationships
A site for teens about dating violence, recognizing warning signs for an abusive relationship, understanding what a healthy relationship is, and resources for teens in abusive relationships. Features a live chat room where teens can chat with other teens or with trained counselors.

Cell Phone Safety Tips
Get the scoop on safe cell phone usage.

Information on online safety, preventing unwanted email and spam, keeping personal information private and protecting your computer from hackers and viruses.

NSTeens – Making Safer Online Choices
Comics and videos explain how to use the Internet safely and avoid cyber-bullies and predators.

Protect Yourself
Covers various topics including cyberbullying, identity theft, anger management, inhalants, graffiti, hate crimes and victims of crime.

Safe Surfing Tips for Teens
Information on how to surf safely from
Provides information about staying safe online, protecting your privacy, reducing spam, the risks of using the Internet and more.

Social Web Tips for Teens
Get tips for smart socializing on the web.
A site full of tips to help new drivers.

Teens, Crime and the Community
Smarter youth make safer communities. A program sponsored by the National Crime Prevention Council.

Texas DWI
Information about drinking and driving from the Texas Department of Transportation.

Advocates for Youth
This organization champions efforts to help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health.

Ask the Experts
Get answers to questions on many topics from the experts at Planned Parenthood.

Coalition for Positive Sexuality
Seeks to give teens the factual information about sexuality they need in order to take care of themselves and affirm their decisions about sex, sexuality, and reproductive control. En español.

Families are Talking
A valuable source of information for families to talk about sexuality-related issues, helping to build a foundation for young people to become sexually healthy adults.

Friends First
Equips youth, families and communities to make healthy life choices by imparting relationship education and promoting the benefits of abstinence until marriage. Successfully implemented across the United States and abroad, FRIENDS FIRST is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization.

I Wanna Know
Answers about teen sexual health and sexually transmitted diseases.

National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
Information for teens and parents regarding pregnancy and pregnancy prevention.

Sex, Etc.
A sexuality and health newsletter written by teens for teens from Rutgers University.

Sex: Making the Right Decision
Information for teens about sex and sexuality from the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Sexual Health
Learn the facts about sexual health with articles about puberty, menstruation, infections, and just about everything else you wanted to know, for guys and girls.

SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States)
Information on sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, teen pregnancy, abstinence and more.

True Love Waits
Challenges teenagers and college students to make a commitment to sexual abstinence until marriage.

Young People and HIV/AIDS
Provides teens with basic information on HIV/ AIDS, including transmission, statistics and history.

A great source of information for Christian teens.

Young Muslims
Learn about Islam and being Muslim.