This tool can help students and caregivers understand financial aid offers, plan to cover the remaining costs, estimate how much is owed and if that debt is affordable, compare offers from different schools, and decide what to do next.
This survey will document the kinds of support provided to family members and young adults with behavioral health challenges during the transition years (16–25). Family members and other allies who provide/provided support to young people and young adults who receive/received support are invited to complete the confidential survey.
This new toolkit is a collection of resources curated by youth for youth to help with one of the biggest decisions young people face. Find resources on career & education paths, paying for school, career planning, and more.
This call for participation invites middle and high school students who identify as LGBTQ, and are at least 13 years old, to share about their experiences in school, including those related to homophobia, harassment, gender expression, and support.
This program provides scholarships and training opportunities to students pursuing master's or doctoral degrees in various fields of behavioral health in an effort to reduce health disparities and improve behavioral health care outcomes for racial and ethnic populations.
This video provides an overview of psychiatric diagnoses in youth and young adults, including symptoms of various mental disorders, treatment options, and support services, as well as links to SAMHSA’s related educational materials for caregivers and young adults.