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Selective Service

When you turn 18, men have to register with Selective Service.  Registering keeps you eligible for government jobs, financial aid and job training.  It is the law.  

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Counseling Agencies & Resources

Sometimes life looks really tough and you need someone to talk to about issues. Here are some local therapists and hotlines to reach out for help:

You Are Not Alone!

Suicide Hotline:  1-800-784-8433

Trevor Project:  1-866-488-7386

Eating Disorders: 1-847-831-3438

Runaway:  1-800-843-5200

Talk line—Depression/Grief Loss: 1-800-273-TALK

Text Line: 741741


Forest View Mental Health Services:   1-800-949-8349

Pine Rest Mental Health Services:      1-616-455-9200

North Kent Guidance:                           (616) 754-2364 or (616) 361-5001

Cherry Street Health Services:             (616) 225-9650

Montcalm Center:                                 (989) 831-7520

Lakeview Youth Clinic:                          (989) 352-1800

Community Hope:                                 (616) 225-8220

Wedgewood Services:                          (616) 255-6334