Mental Health Association of Montgomery County - Free and Confidential 24/7 Hotline: 301-738-CALL(2255) - Youth Hotline: 301-738-9697

Montgomery County Crisis Textline - 301-738-2255 - provides free, confidential, and anonymous text support by trained counselors

National Suicide Hotline - 1-800-273-8255 - provides free, confidential and anonymous support nationally

My team and I have just created a comprehensive guidebook specifically for those completing an education with a chronic condition. Inside this online guide, you will find information for several conditions including - asthma, celiacs, epilepsy, and diabetes, tools for how to manage these conditions while in school, and expert advice pieces for students to read. You can find the entire guidebook here:

Resources to support Students With Dyslexia:

Student Guide to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder:
It's a student's guide to obsessive compulsive disorder with some resources of how to get help and cope with school. Let me know if you like it.

College Resources for Students with

Scholarships for Students with

Guide to Higher Education for Students with

Special Education Resource SiteISER

Learning Ally – audiobooks for individuals with learning disabilities/dyslexia (formerly RFB&D – Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic)

National Center for Learning Disabilities -

Learning Disabilities Association of America -

Learning Disabilities

All Kinds of

ADD Warehouse – Books, Videos, Charts, Programs for parents, teachers and students with learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD -

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities. -

The International Dyslexia Association -

Organization for Children and Adults with ADD -

ADD/ADHD for supports and strategies:,,

20 APPS for students with dyslexia and learning disabilities:

Governmental Agencies:

US Department of

Individuals with Disabilities

Every Student Succeeds

Office of Civil

What Works in Education