Online Resources

Training on Parenting, Trauma and Child Development

  • CDC
    Free online resources on ACE’s (Adverse Childhood Experiences)
  • Empowered To Connect
    Free online blogs and podcasts, and scheduled trainings for fees to help families connect, a great resource for families who have experienced trauma
  • Methodist Children’s Home
    Free parenting classes and GAP (Grandparents as Parents) classes (these are for anyone caring for kinship without CPS)
  • One Big Happy Home
    Free online parenting classes, blogs, and podcasts. Trauma informed connected parenting
  • Positive Parenting
    Online court approved parenting classes, for a fee
  • TCU – Karen Purvis Institute of Child Development.
    Free online resources, become TBRI trained, free reading list, and lots of free online resources for TBRI. (TBRI- Trust Based Relational Intervention, this is to help parents gain trust and respect from their children and vice versa)
  • The Parenting Center
    Free live virtual and in-person classes, covering over 50 topical areas designed specifically for parents and caregivers, they also offer low cost self-paced parenting courses
  • US Dept of Health Administration for Children and Families
    Early Childhood Development. Tons of free online resources on early Childhood development and trauma

Sexual and Mental Health

  • Young Womens Health
    You can find answers to your questions, health guides on a variety of topics, health chats, and more!
  • Young Mens Health
    A website for teen guys and young men featuring up-to-date health information. Here, you can find answers to your questions, health guides, & more!
  • Safe Teens
    SafeTeens has info on sex ed, birth control, pregnancy, relationships, consent & STDs.
  • Kids Health
    Advice on children’s health, behavior, and growth – from before birth through the teen years.
  • Mental Health Literacy
    Mental Health Literacy is an organization committed to creating and delivering the highest quality mental health literacy information, research, education and resources.
  • Healthy Children
    The mission of the AAP is to attain optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.


Most school districts also provide free training on technology, how to access your students grades online, and more. Contact your school counselor for more information.

  • Common Sense Media
    Free ratings and reviews for movies, tv, books, and video games. Plus parent guides and discussions over all things media
  • CDC Social Media Tool Kit
    Safe, stable, and secure relationships are an essential part of a healthy childhood. This social media toolkit can help.
  • Goodwill Community Foundation
    Learn Free, Including tutorials for Microsoft Office, how to operate an email account, photoshop, social media, or start from the computer basics course. Covering over 180 topics, with over 2,000 lessons, and more than 800 videos to watch
  • Video Game Parental Controls
    How to Enable Parental Controls on Every Video Game Platform – free instructions
  • Microsoft Family Safety help & learning
    Parental controls for your Microsoft computer
  • Protect Your Kids!
    Apple iOS Restrictions iPhone & iPad, free video training
  • Parental Controls for Google
    Set up parental controls on Google Play – for Android (non-iphone) phones

Get Immediate Help

Call 817.335.HOPE (4673)



Answered 24 hours a day

Not an emergency services phone number. Call 911 for medical emergencies.


In Texas: 1.800.252.5400
Nationwide: 1.800.4.A.CHILD

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