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Ms. Bianca Gambrah

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New York Foundling, Inc.

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1) List of NYC Family Resource Centers, Hotlines, Online Resources and Social Services – Schools NYC

Mental Health and Social Services for NYC Youth – 2022


2) Grief, Suicide, End of Life, Mental Health and Crisis support services葡京正规网赌 Wellness Center

Grief – Loss – Crisis Services – 2022


3) Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention Resources.  Learn about the risks, warning signs and what you can do to help – 葡京正规网赌 Wellness Center


4) 5 Things NOT to say to someone with Depression/Anxiety – YouTube


5) LGBT Parent Resources – compiled by the 葡京正规网赌 GSA (Gender & Sexuality Alliance)

LGBT Parent Resources.pdf


6) Mental Health Services available to the Black Community – Refinery 29


7) Mental Health & Study Tips Videos – YouTube

What is Mental Health?:

Mental Health Awareness:

The 9 Best Scientific Study Tips:



Call 1-888-NYC-WELL if you are thinking about suicide, or know someone who is, counselors are available to listen to and support you 24/7.  Contact NYC Well by calling 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355), texting “WELL” to 65173 or chatting at  If you or someone you know is at immediate risk of hurting themselves, or in immediate danger because of a health condition or other situation, call 911.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255

Hours: Available 24 hours

Languages: English, Spanish


9)  Mental Heath for All – NYC.GOV

NYC has set up a comprehensive online resource hub with helplines and services offering free, direct support to meet the needs of New Yorkers, including communities of color, children and youth, LGBTQ New Yorkers, Aging adults and people with serious mental illness.  Visit to learn more.


10) What You Should Know About Mental Health – NYC.GOV

As a parent or caregiver, you want the best for your children or other dependents.  You may be concerned or have questions about certain behaviors they exhibit and how to ensure they get help.  Learn more about the myths and facts associated with mental health along with:

  • What to look for
  • What to do
  • How to talk about mental health
  • Learn more about supporting your children
  • Get help for your child

For information visit and learn more about what you and your family needs to do to stay healthy.


11)  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-8255


12)  Blueprint for Youth Suicide Prevention:  Strategies for Community and School Settings – Regina Miranda, Ph.D.


13)  Having Conversations with youth about mental health and suicide – Regina Miranda, Ph.D.


14) Book Recommendations – Regina Miranda, Ph.D.

  • Why People Die by Suicide – by Thomas Joiner
  • When it is Darkest – Why People Die by Suicide and What We Can Do to Prevent It, by Rory O’Connor
  • Latina’s Attempting Suicide: When Cultures, Families, and Daughters Collide, by Luis Zayas


15)  Child Mind Institute – Dare to Share Campaign

Talking about thoughts, feelings, and mental health can be tough. But sharing our struggles opens the door to help and healing. The Dare to Share campaign features celebrities and kids telling powerful stories about their own challenges and how they found the courage to ask for support.

For more information on this campaign visit:

Tips for Parents on how to get kids to open up and feel comfortable talking about their mental health:


16)  5 Tips to Help Teens Cope with STRESS – Wellness Center


17)  Foods That Boost Your Immune System – Wellness Center


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