Teen Hotlines list hotlines, help lines, and web sites organized by subject. From school violence and depression to eating disorders and suicide, these national organizations can also refer teens to state and local services in their community. It is brought to you by the award-winning Web site, Teen Health & Wellness.
Ratings and Reviews
terrific tool for counselors and teachers
An easy way for guidance counselors to make sure their students have access to hotlines if they need them. The thing I love best is that I can suggest to all my students that they put this on their phones, without feeling like I have to single out one child, or one particular issue. Chances are many of them will never be in the kind of crisis when they'd need a hotline, but this ensure that -- for the children who are -- they have someone to call.
A great resource for counselors and teachers
I’ve recommended this app to friends who work in counseling centers or are teachers with students who have approached them about bullying. The app is a great way for people who need help to find the support and assistance they need, even if they are scared or embarrassed to ask for help.
This is an incredibly thorough list of hotlines available for teens all over the country. Thoughtfully arranged by subject. Overall, it's an excellent source of help for both teachers and parents of teens.
- Rosen Publishing Group, INC
- 5.8 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, German, Northern Sami, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © 2013 Rosen Publishing
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.