With at least 33 sites located to Autism on its’ webpage, Global Autism Collaboration is truly a boon to the many suffering from this mental health disorder. Here they provide information about support groups, the disorder itself, as well as public education on autism and new research.
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Suicide.org explains that suicide is never the answer, but getting help IS the answer.
Ran by Kevin Caruso, Suicide.org’s mission is to prevent suicides, support suicide survivors, and educate the public about suicide.
A mental health support community (abbreviated MILO) for those 1 in 4 living with these kinds of disorders. Of course, even 1 of a million is 1 too many, but at least there is help. They have forums, helplines, blogs, volunteer and shop in their store. Help others and help yourself!
Sybil and Steve Wolin are co-directors of Project Resilience, a private organization in Washington DC that consults to schools, clinics and prevention agencies. They offer teaching materials, products and also provide information which they help you understand better and they also train you in it as well. These products deal with a strengths-based approach to young people and to older people as well, for such things as depression, violence, and alcoholism and substance abuse.
Are you constantly in debt? Are you ashamed to even look at your receipts? Afraid to answer your phone, or check your email or snail mail? This site may definitely be what you are looking for.
If you are a veteran, or a family member or a friend of a veteran and searching for help, you are not alone. Through the US Department of Veterans Affairs, this website will offer you a plethora of help.
Have you seen the television show The Hoarders? Many people who watch this show may feel that this is just a very few people who experience such things, and those people on that show are not exactly “normal.” Well, unfortunately, this is more normal than most people think. Hoarding is very closely related to obsessive compulsive disorder, and there are people who have rooms and buildings and storage sheds that are full of items of things that they may never see again (or know they even have to begin with).
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Homelessness Resource Center (HRC) has an interactive learning community about homelessness and how to deal with and hopefully abolish it.