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Community forum and links for adult children of mentally ill parents.
http://www.sssalas.com/
A support site (chat and forum) for victims of abuse, rape, or mental illness topics.
http://www.angelsurvive.com/
Describes sleep disorders treated at their hospital, including conditions that may lead to SIDS.
http://www.archildrens.org/
Surviving stress, trauma, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
http://www.copshock.com
Provides support groups in metro Atlanta for people with depression or bipolar disorder and their family and friends. Includes support, education and advocacy.
http://www.atlantamoodsupport.com/
Edgewood's Kinship Support Services Program provides supportive services to caregivers who are raising the child of a relative. This services include but are not limited to health assessments, mental health counseling, and we offer caregiver support groups in a variety of languages. We also offer case management services, after-school tutoring/homework assistance and weekend recreation/respite activities.
http://www.edgewoodcenter.org
Information on psychological disorders, psychiatric medications. Includes mental health chats, support groups, journals, diaries, online psychological tests, and news.
http://www.healthyplace.com/
Provides free crisis counseling and community resource information for Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
http://www.lifelinecentralflorida.org
The online resource for patients, families and professionals in mental health. Articles, resources, chats, bulletin boards and support regarding a variety of mental health disorders.
http://www.mhsanctuary.com/
A place where those who struggle with mental illness or abuse can go to be heard and seek answers in the experiences of others.
http://www.nutzso.com
Information about how to create positive, loving relationships whether you are single or married.
http://www.positive-way.com/
The Prevention and Early Intervention Program for Psychoses (PEPP) is a community focused mental health program which provides prompt assessment and comprehensive, phase-specific medical and psychosocial treatment for individuals experiencing their first episode of psychosis. The program is structured around a modified assertive case management model. The intensity of the treatment is guided by the patient’s needs, the family’s needs and the stage of illness. Located in London, Ontario Canada, PEPP is based at London Health Sciences Centre and affiliated with the University of Western Ontario. The program serves the city of London and Middlesex County, a predominantly urban catchment area of approximately 390,000.
http://www.pepp.ca
A leading clinic for medication free treatment of mental illness.
http://www.breggin.com/
Find a support group through the search engine or directory listing by group name, location, or category.
http://www.supportfind.com/
Communal therapy on the Web. Allows users to communicate life's frustrations and elations anonymously in the message boards.
http://www.bitchpillow.com/
An online community of support, resources, and information for those struggling with mental or emotional difficulties, whether dealing with a crisis, coping with a mental disorder, or just feeling overwhelmed with life.
http://www.the-bright-side.org/