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Mental Health

Mental Health Topics – Signs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for various mental health conditions from the National Institute on Mental Health.

Coping with Traumatic Events – Resources from Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration to help with traumatic events.

Medline Plus Mental Health & Behavior – Information and guides from the National Library of Medicine.

SAMHSA Treatment Locator – Find mental health services providers in any state.

National Institute of Mental Health – Resources, guides and treatment for mental health conditions including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia.

Mental Health Disorders – Detailed guides from the National Library of Medicine.

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – Resources and support for individuals and families.

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Support groups and programs from NAMI.

Mental Health Services for Veterans – Mental health support, treatment and care from the U.S. Office of Veterans Affairs.

Bipolar Disorder

Depression and Bipolar Alliance – Support and care for those suffering from bipolar disorder.

Find a Professional – Support for children and adolescents with bipolar disorder.

DBSA Chapters and Support Groups Non-U.S. Locations – Find support and treatment for bipolar disorder outside of the United States.

Bipolar Advocacy Support – Support for bipolar disorder in Australia.

Canada Mood Disorder Support – Treatment and support for those suffering from mood disorders in Canada.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual Recovery Anonymous – Help for those suffering from dual diagnosis.

Military Families and Dual Diagnosis – Help for members of the armed forces who suffer from co-occurring mental illness.

Department of Veterans Affairs – Support and information for Veterans suffering from mental illness and co-occurring disorders.


Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance – Help for mood disorders including depression.

Depression Alliance UK – Help for UK residents suffering from depression and other mood disorders.

Australian Blue Pages – Depression support groups and self-help in Australia.

New Zealand Blue Pages – Depression support groups and treatment in New Zealand.


National Alliance on Mental Illness – Schizophrenia treatment locator.

State & Local Programs for Families – Providers who treat mental illness including schizophrenia.

Schizophrenia Support Groups – Help and support for those suffering from schizophrenia.

Mental health: Broken system, shattered lives

Miller Jordan Jr. never gave up on his only son. The Clarke Central High School assistant principal tried for years to get treatment for Miller Jordan III’s mental illness. But the younger Jordan stabbed his father and grandfather to death Dec. 30 – hours after doctors sent Jordan home from a hospital where he told….

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Lotus Therapy, a New Old Path

The patient sat with his eyes closed, submerged in the rhythm of his own breathing, and after a while noticed that he was thinking about his troubled relationship with his father. “I was able to be there, present for the pain,” he said, when the meditation session ended. “To just let it be what it….

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Anti-addiction drugs linked to depression

Pills that aimed to help people quit smoking, lose weight and kick other tough addictions, have been found to block the body’s pleasure centres, possibly raising the risk of depression and suicide. Margaret Bastian was among patients who reported problems with Chantix, a highly touted quit-smoking pill from Pfizer Inc, which has been linked to….

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