• Student Resources  

    Sesame Street for Military Families


    In 2006, when military deployments were at an all time high, Sesame Street went beyond the television screen and began an initiative to provide kids with resources that could help them understand their experiences. This site provides families with:

    • Activities to help children explore their thoughts and feelings

    • Guides for parents on how to talk to your children about relocation, grief, and deployment

    • Videos and Sesame Street episodes covering topics related to military life

    • Online games that address coping strategies like mindfulness

    Military Kids Connect


    Online community for children ages 7-11. This website provides age-appropriate information and resources for children experiencing the unique challenges of military life. Including:

    • An online forum

    • Short videos created by military service members and their children

    • Novels and documentaries created by children, for children

    Military One Source


    This website is part of the United States Department of Defense's network for military families. It's goal is to provide the military community with one website to connect them with national and local resources available to them. Visitors can refine their searches by topics like the military life cycle, family & relationships, and housing and moving.


    Mental Health Resources

    Psychology Today


    This website can help you find a counselor based on your needs and zip code. You can filter by insurance, areas of expertise, age of client and so much more.


    Call or text “hope” to 1-(855)-587-3463

    Hope4NC offers free and confidential emotional support, counseling referrals, and community resources.


    Community Resources



    Dial 211 or 1-888-892-1162

    This organization connects individuals and families to information and referral services provided by United Way of North Carolina. Information on health and human services and resources within our community is free and confidential.

    WCPSS Family Academy


    The Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) Community Family Academy holds free virtual and face-to-face parent workshops and educational events for WCPSS families. From research, we understand that students achieve more when families are involved in their child’s education. The purpose of the Family Academy program is to provide families with the necessary academic tools to support the success of their child’s education and to bring schools, parents/guardians, families, and community organizations together as equal partners.

    Project Enlightenment


    Project Enlightenment is an early childhood education and prevention program of the Wake County Public School System for young children birth through kindergarten. They offer counseling for parents and children, parenting workshops and developmental screenings.

    Positive Parenting Program


    Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) is free for all NC parents. It's a parenting and family support system designed to prevent – as well as treat – behavioral and emotional problems in children and teenagers. Learning formats include single visit consultations, public seminars, group courses, private sessions, or online modules.