Youth Links

My Life

Casey Life Skills
Here you will find free and easy to use tools to help young people prepare for adulthood. The life skills assessments provide instant feedback. Customized learning plans provide a clear outline of next steps, and the accompanying teaching resources are available for free or at a minimal cost.

Go Ask Alice!
Provides health question and answer services. "Alice!" answers questions about relationships; sexuality; sexual health; emotional health; fitness; nutrition; alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs; and general health.

Advice from Dr. Dave and Dr. Dee
Table manners Q & A, older youth self teach.

Banking on Our Future
Savings self tutorial, 4th and 5th grade, 6th-8th grade, and young adult.

Nutritional Analysis Tool
Web-based nutritional calculator. This resource assesses the nutritional content of foods and includes foods that youth eat, including fast food.

Table setting
Picture, self teach.

Kids Health - Website offering information about physical, mental and emotional health for children, teens, and adults.

American Childhood Cancer Society
Helping children battle and overcome cancer.

Mesothelioma Group
New scholarship opportunity for students who have been affected by cancer.

The Alcohol and Drug Information Clearinghouse

Just Ask Jane
Clothing care, detailed and a place for asking questions.

Road Ready Teens
Site for parents and drivers, facts, legal, and other activities.

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)
The Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program gives kids the life skills they need to avoid involvement with drugs, gangs, and violence.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) offers materials and educational programs to help fight destructive decisions faced by teenagers.

Drug and alcohol treatment programs

Find Local AA Groups

For Narcotic Anonymous Groups

For information about Adolescent Suicide Prevention & Early Intervention:

To find out more about Domestic Violence & ways to keep yourself safe, please click the Domestic Violence website to find local numbers for shelters and helpful information:

My Future

Mapping Your Future
Balancing checkbook, career interest exploration, taxes, resumes, etc

All About Work
Allows students the opportunity to seek answers to employment questions, such as "How can I find a job? Where? Who can help me? Training?"

Career Resource Center
An index of career related websites.

Nation Job Network
Provides an online job search service with thousands of current job listings and company profiles.

Questions to Expect During Your Interview

How To Study
Study Skills.

WV Education Portal

College Foundation of WV

If it is about your career, it is here.
Allows you to search and apply on-line for a job, and find the training to help you meet your needs

Pathways to the Future
Pathways to the Future is a collection of resources, tools and people to help students, including those with disabilities, through the journey from youth to adulthood. Career Exploration, Education/Training, and Independent Living resources are included.
GLF Everyday Life activities offers interactive lessons on everyday life skills.

My World


Youth M.O.V.E. West Virginia
Youth MOVE WV works to strengthen the Youth Voice about issues youth face, empowering them to be leaders across West Virginia.

Social Security Administration

Social Security Online
Gives instructions for filling out forms and keeping up-to-date regarding policy.

The White House

U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Labor

How to vote and register.

Internal Revenue Service:
Tax Forms
Understanding Taxes

Selective Service Registration

The American Academy of Pediatrics
Provides parenting and pregnancy information by topic.

My Self

Addiction Resources: