Get Help Links


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Prevent Bullying Tulsa - Resources for parents, students, and teachers about bullying from a collaboration of community advocacy and mental health agencies. Including where to get help, tips for talking about bullying, and how to report it.

Youth Services of Tulsa - Youth Services programs address the needs of youth and families in our community.  Services include counseling, juvenile justice, 24/7 youth shelter, street outreach, transitional living programs, health education, youth development and more.

Oklahoma 2-1-1 - 2-1-1 Helpline is the direct link between people who need help and people who can give help. If you need help, or need to connect with a service and do not know who to call. Dial 211 and they will get you connected to the right service for your need.

TeenHelp - TeenHelp is an international not-for-profit organization who provide anonymous support and advice to anybody who needs it. They help users of all ages and from all walks of life, all around the world. Whether you're seeking help or you like to help others, TeenHelp provides a friendly and safe environment for everyone to work together. 

On Your Mind, Support for Teens from Teens - Do you need someone to talk to? provides a safe and anonymous place for teens to get information and support from other teens. You can talk about anything that’s on your mind, including relationships, school, depression, stress, suicide, friends, parents, cutting, identity, and health. You can also submit a question to be answered on our Q&A page, or connect to resources for additional information and support. 

Oklahoma Department of Human Services -  For services, programs and help hotlines. The Reach-out Hotline for Drug and Alcohol Abuse can be reached at 1-877-RX4-OKLA.

Teen Central - This website features a wealth of information to guide you in finding answers to tough questions, and learning more about yourself and your health. There are resource guides for all sorts of topics, whatever you might be dealing with. You can submit your story and get a free, professional and anonymous response from licensed therapeutic professionals.