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On the Resource Directories page, you will find outside directories of organizations, information, and/or services stratified by topic and/or locale.
FirstGov -- The federal government's web directory, FirstGov provides a searchable interface for all of the federal government's websites. The directory is subject-divided and provides state and local government links as well. Click Here.
GuideStar -- "The Web's clearinghouse of information on nonprofit organizations," containing a searchable directory of over 650,000 nonprofit organizations, as well as a resource exchange, learning center, and other services for nonprofits. Click Here.
InterNetwork for Youth Address Book -- A national directory of runaway and youth serving agencies. Click Here.
Join Together Online -- A project of the Boston University School of Public Health. This site contains directories of news articles on reduction of drug and alcohol problems as well as a national directory of substance abuse prevention contacts. Click Here.
National Directory of Children, Youth, and Family Services -- This exhaustive directory includes State-, County-, and City-level information for U.S. social/human services, health services, juvenile justice agencies, education services, child advocacy centers, and treatment centers. Also included is a "Who's Who in Federal Government" to assist the reader in locating federal administrators and policymakers of programs that assist children, youth, and families. Click Here.
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities -- An online directory of information about disabilities, special education law, the No Child Left Behind Act, and other research on effective education practices. Click Here.
NYDIC was developed with support from DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Lilly Endowment Inc. through a partnership with the Indiana Youth Institute and other generous funding.