The following organizations can help parents access resources and information in their local communities. You may also conduct a Related Organizations Search to find additional related national and State organizations.
Find your local 2-1-1/Information & Referral Call Center to be connected to community services for basic human needs, physical and mental health, employment, support for older Americans and persons with disabilities, and support for children, youth, and families.
Browse by category or State or use a questionnaire to find a complete list of programs you may be eligible to receive. Also available in Spanish.
Find a Health Center
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration
Provides a searchable map that can be used to locate health centers, hospitals that offer free and reduced-cost care, and resources for individuals with specific health problems.
Find Help & Treatment
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Links to toll free numbers and other websites to help find help and treatment on a variety of topics such as mental illness, substance abuse, suicide, and more.
How to Get Mental Health Help
Provides access to ways of getting help for mental health issues including help for families, veterans, information on health insurance, and how to participate in mental health clinical trials.
Locate In-Person Services Near You
Find government offices and services near you, in your local community or State.
National Child Abuse Hotline
Works to prevent child abuse and focuses on prevention, intervention, treatment, and community outreach. Users can call 1-800-4-A-CHILD to report abuse.
National Domestic Violence Helpline
Provides life saving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live free of abuse. Users can call 1-800-799-SAFE.
National Parent Helpline
Parents Anonymous, Inc.
Offers parents a helpline to reach trained advocates that can help with emotional support and link parents to services. The website also presents support and resources on a variety of parenting topics for parents of children of all ages.
National Respite Locator Service
ARCH National Respite Network
Find a service near you that provides a temporary break for caregivers and families.
The Right Question Project
Includes tools to help families learn to advocate for the needs of their children with education and health care organizations and ensure that services are accessible and effective.