Sun has a "New To Java" Programming Information Center to help get you started.
Bill Venners, who teaches with me, has created the Java Answers Forum. He said: "I wanted to create a place where programmers could ask and answer each other questions, where the questions and answers would remain indefinitely and be searchable."
The forums at TechInterviews have many people asking and answering Java questions.
Raymond Blum is available to answer Java questions. He has several years experience in Java and other O-O languages and is currently consulting as an OO mentor and Java instructor. You can send him questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
David Reilly has a web site devoted to answering Java questions, which seems well-targeted to beginners. You can go directly to his FAQ.
For JSP (Java Server Pages) questions, JSPInsider claims to have "a refreshing take on JSP." JSPInsider is based upon a group of developers sharing information to help the JSP community make the most out of JSP. They also have a newsletter.
From a bulletin from Sun: "HotDispatch, Inc. and Sun Microsystems, Inc. are helping to bring people together in a real-time marketplace for Java technology support ... [if] you like the idea of getting technical help at competitive prices, visit: http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/support/Hotdispatch/"
Dr. Heinz Max Kabutz publishes an Advanced Java newsletter. Not for the uninitiated, but I find something fascinating in every issue. To subscribe, either send an email here or do it via the web here. He has back issues here.