Support for Every Parent

Parenting isn’t easy, but there is help.

For both ladies and guys, caring for loved ones is a hard job to take on.

What’s great is that there is so much caring help and support available, no matter what you’re going through. You can make it.


All Parents


Single Parents


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ)


Teen Parents

  • Runaway help: Call (800) – 786 – 2929 for 24/7 caring help with running away, being bullied, talking to your parents, and help getting home.
  • Love is respect: Call 866 – 331 – 9474 for 24/7 caring help dealing with abuse in dating and relationships.
  • Pregnancy and baby help appText BABY to 511411 for information on how to keep you and your baby healthy (also in Spanish).
  • United Way Worldwide: Call your local 2-1-1 for help finding more teen parent support services near you.


Parents Who Have Been in Jail


Older Parents (55 years and over)


Immigrant Parents


Blended and Stepfamilies


Military Members and Their Families


Parents and Children with Special Needs


Rape and Sexual Abuse Survivors




Keep in mind that your doctor or health care provider can also help you get the help you need by connecting you to more resources near you.

Talk to your doctor or health care provider for more information.

If you don’t have a doctor, find a health center near you.

cell phone

Call (800) – 944 – 4773 for caring support and help with depression, sadness and worry as a new parent.

Call (800) – 273 – 8255 for 24/7 caring help when you have difficult emotions or feel hopeless and like giving up.


Page last reviewed: January 31, 2017
Page last updated:  January 31, 2017