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Mental Health Links

  • WebMD Depression Condition Center
  • MedWeb - The Psychopharmacology page of Emory University's comprehensive listing of medical links on the internet.
  • Dr. GROHOL's Mental Health Page - Dr. John Grohol's Mental Health Page, your personalized one-stop index for psychology, support, and mental health issues, resources, and people on the Internet.
  • Mental Health Infosource - a well organized resource for mental health information from CME, Inc.
  • NetPsych - Shareware Psychological Consultation - consult with a psychologist on the internet. Pay only if it helps.
  • The Mental Health Clinical Research Center (MHCRC) at the University of California, San Diego - Major themes related to the neurobiology of depression: •Sleep and Chronobiology •Psychoimmunology •Neuropharmacology •Molecular Genetics •Brain Imaging •Premenstrual Depression
  • Psych Star - web page of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. The Academy publishes "Facts for Families" - over 52 informational sheets which provide concise material on issues such as the depressed child, teen suicide, learning disabilities, child sexual abuse and other topics.
  • Alliance for the Mentally Ill - family members of; or people with, neurobiological disorders ("NBD", formerly known as 'mental' illnesses) like schizophrenia, manic depression, major depression, obsessive compulsive disorder , borderline personality disorder, etc.
  • Dendron - "Break the silence about -- and some day end -- psychiatric atrocities, such as forced psychiatric drug injections and coerced electroshock. Promote and create a range of humane alternatives for empowering emotional support. Reach out to allies, especially other oppressed groups."
  • NIMH Home Page - a new service of the National Institute of Mental Health.
  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill - NAMI is people: people who care, people who understand, and people who are working to improve the lives of all of us who are affected by serious mental illnesses. Note from daedalus: they also are strong proponents of involuntary hospitalization, ECT, and forced medication.
  • HyperDoc - A Service of the US National Library of Medicine - the world's largest biomedical library.
  • Internet Mental Health - a free encyclopedia of mental health information.
  • Mental Health Net - the largest and most comprehensive guide to mental health online, featuring over 3,500 individual resources.
  • Go Ask Alice - A Computer Health Question & Answer Service from Columbia University. This page allows searches of previous questions and answers as well as a form for asking questions.
  • American Psychological Association - PsychNET, the Internet service of the American Psychological Association.
  • KEN - Knowledge Exchange Network, a one-stop source of information and resources on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation services for mental illness. KEN is a service of the Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Rehab & Therapy Online Mall - Disability & Health Care Buyer's Guide, includes chatrooms, bulletin boards and links.
  • Psychology in Daily Life - The Public Affairs Office of the American Psychological Association has prepared resources to provide information on mental health and psychological issues that face us all. They're collected into topical groups of consumer information, family and the mind-body connection. You'll also find a list here of state and provincial psychological associations, many of which offer referrals for mental health services, as well as a link to association ethics documents.
  • ARCHIVES of GENERAL PSYCHIATRY Table of Contents - An AMA publication with excellent professional articles.
  • The Doctor's Guide to the Internet - A commercial site providing information on illnesses and pharmaceuticals to doctors and consumers.
  • The Bipolar Disorder Information Center. A commercial site supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Abbott Laboratories.
  • Health Care for the Homeless Information Resource Center - provides technical assistance, identifies and synthesizes knowledge, and disseminates information. The National Resource Center links policy makers, service providers, researchers, consumers and other interested parties to findings from Federal demonstration and Knowledge Development and Application (KDA) projects and research on homelessness and mental illness.
  • Dr. Debra Moore's Psychology Pages - The site has over 100 articles and book reviews related to mental health and psychology, with a major section on depression and bipolar disorder.
  • HealthlinkUSA - free links to 1,000's of health sites, 100's of health topics, featuring treatment, diagnosis, prevention, risk factors, support groups, email lists, personal stories, etc.

Modified June 26, 2006

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