Online Programs

Want to learn new ways of dealing with your or your child's stress and mental health challenges while helping others to do the same? 

In paternership with the Children's Trust, University of Denver, and Stony Brook University, we offer a variety of short, free, and private online activities for teens (ages 13-17) and for parents of children (ages 4-10).

Please click here for a guide to free mental health resources that are not provided by the University of Miami. If you don’t think you can keep yourself safe right now, ask someone to take you to the nearest emergency room or psychiatric crisis center. Or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifelife at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741.

Self-Guided Mental Health Sessions for Teens

The following online mental health sessions were created for all teens regardless of gender, sexuality, race, or ethnicity but have a focus for LGBTQ+ and QTPOC teens.

Project Personality


Learn how your personality can change.

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ABC Project


Change your behavior to change your mind. Available in English, Spanish, and Creole.

Click here for English Click here for Spanish or Creole

Teenage Goals Project


Prioritize goals and learn how to help yourself.

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Project RISE


Build strength in the face of minority stress - LGBTQ+ and QTPOC focused.

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Project SAFE


Create a guide you can use to help keep you safe when you have suicidal thoughts or urges.

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Online Support for Parents

Project Empower


Helps parents to empower, build bravery and reduce anxiety in children. Available in English, Spanish, and Creole.

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