The Mental Health Association of Greater Chicago (MHAGC) is an independent, not-for-profit, citizens' association. The mission of the association is to promote positive mental health in the Greater Chicago area by creating and supporting programs for the intervention, prevention and healing of mental illness.
St. Louis' oldest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness. One of more than 340 affiliates of the National Mental Health Association, MHAGSTL works to improve the mental health of all St. Louisans, especially those individuals with mental disorders, through advocacy, education, and service.
MySelfHelp.com offers a family of online, interactive programs for people suffering from depression, eating disorders, and other mental health problems. MySelfHelp.com programs are funded and supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, and recommended by healthcare professionals throughout the world.
Provide counseling services at three locations in the Phoenix metro area. Specialties include suicidal and self-harming adolescents and adults, eating disorders, marital and sexual therapy, as well as anxiety and depression.
Automated outcomes systems for a variety of treatment settings, including mental health and chemical dependency as well as the screening and monitoring of depression and anxiety in primary care and other medical settings.
We are group of psychotherapists that provides individual, couples, and group therapy for a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems, and eating disorders. We have a dietician on our staff as well.
The site has topics that apply to teens of all ages, and especially those dealing with stress, depression or other mental health problems. There is also a section for parents. It is also available in spanish at www.HablaEscucha.org .
National advocacy center and training facility for parents and others with temperamentally difficult and high-risk children, providing support, advice, and educational programs for parents, children, schools and agencies.
Organization dedicated to assisting those with schizophrenia and related disorders in their efforts to return to a meaningful life that includes family and friends, independent living and competitive employment.