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Some of these links are to Affiliates of the NMHA, or local Mental Health Associations. Some are links to other organizations relating to mental health. Some are links to mental health information sites.

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Affiliated Organizations - Mental Health Associations

Canadian Mental Health Association
The Canaian Mental Health Association is the major Canadian Mental Health Advocacy Organization.
Mental Health Association of Metro Atlanta
The Mental Health Association of Metro Atlanta works with other MHAs across the state of Georgia to bring the discussion about the need for mental health services into the public and policy making arena. Working also with NMHA, the three levels of effort form a powerful advocacy and public policy voice.
Mental Health Association of Anderson County, GA
Works to improve services for the persons with mental illness and to promote good mental health.
Mental Health Association of Stephens County, GA
Provides seminars on mental health and direct services such as consultation, education, prevention training, workshops, crisis response, medicine, lab tests and mental health treatment.
Mental Health Association in Tippecanoe County, Indiana
The Mental Health Association in Tippecanoe County, IN is a notfor-profit United Way Member Agency. We are a chapter of the Mental Health Association in Indiana and the National Mental Health Association.
Mental Health Association in Indiana (Monroe County Chapter)
Promotes mental health by providing structured volunteer opportunities for work with and for the mentally ill.
Mental Health Association of Louisiana
The site for the state organization representing five affiliated chapters throughout the state. The Mental Health Association of Louisiana works to prevent mental illness, promote mental health and protect people with mental illnesses from abuse, neglect and discrimination.
Mental Health Association of Michigan
New Jersey
Mental Health Association of New Jersey
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey is the leading advocate for mentally ill children and adults in the State. Our mission is the promotion of mental health and the treatment of mental illness.
Mental Health Association of Columbia/Montour Counties
The Mental Health Association of Columbia/Montour Counties is a voluntary, non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of better mental health and victory over mental illness through advocacy, education, and resource referrals. The MHA also administers the Compeer program, whose aim is to bring caring volunteers from the region and mental health clients together in a one-to-one friendship.
Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
A citizen's advocacy organization committed to improved publicly funded mental health services. The agency works closely with and supports the development of the consumer self-help movement for adult mental health consumers, parents of children with an emotional disturbance, and family members of those with a mental illness.
South Carolina
Mental Health Association of South Carolina
The goals of Mental Health Associatioin of South Carolina include attaining an equitable share of health dollars for mental health/illness, reducing stigma, ending discrimination against persons with mental illness, and attaining a comprehensive system of community mental health services.
Mental Health Association of Virginia
To promote mental health, develop services to prevent mental illness and assure the proper care and treatment of mentally ill children and adults.
Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
1211 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
E-mail: wkrum@mhasp-org

National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse
1211 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
E-mail: thekey@delphi.com
www.mhselfhelp.org navigate to Politcs - Alerts and Information to find their list of links.

WWW Sites

Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania

National Mental Health Consumers' Self- Help Clearinghous

National Mental Health Association

American Psychiatric Association
Information on mental disorders, the APA, and consumer-oriented brochures.

American Psychological Association
Information about journals as well as consumer information, press releases, and professional information related to the psychological profession.

Bazelon Center
The home page of the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law.

Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)
The Federal Govemment's Center for Mental Health Services Information Page.

Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health
Information on the needs of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, or mental disorders and their families.

Internet Mental Health
This site contains basic diagnostic criteria for mental health disorders, research references, brochures, articles, as well as some treatment guidelines.

KEN- Knowledge Exchange Network
The CMHS National Mental Health Services Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) provides information about mental health via this web site, toll-free telephone services, an electronicbulletin board, and publications. Includesinformation on the National TechnicalAssistance Center for Children's MH and the National Resource Network on Child and Family Mental Health Services.

Portland Research & Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health
Information on improving services to families whose children have mental, emotional or behavioral disorders.

An Internet home for the most thoughtful aiici creative work of people who experience fears. mood swings, voices, and visions (People Who...)

The Madness Group is a family of electronic services for people who experience mooci swings, fear, voices and visions providing mutual support and advocacy. Representing grass roots unbeholden voices in mental health, policy and services.

Mental Health InfoSource
Mental health information for the professional as well as the layperson. Content include., Psychiatric Times, Ask the Expert, Bipolai Disorders Information Center, NARSAD aiit, other advocacy information, Healthier You plus WWW links.

Mental Health Net
Dr. John Grohol's latest effort which is both Web site and a non-profit organizatioin, devoted to the dissemination of informatioin and education online in psychology, psychiatry and mental health topics.

MH Resources Around the World
Internet Mental Health Resources from the University of Pittsburgh's Health Science, Library System.

The home page of the National Alliance of the Mentally Ill.

Online Dictionary of Mental Health
http:www.shef ac.uk/-psysc/psychotherapy/ index.html

Psych Central: Dr. John GROHOL's Mental Health Page
A one-stop index for psychology, support, and mental health issues, resources, and people on the Internet.

Research & Training Center for Children's Mental Health
Information about improving the service delivery system for youth with serious emotionaal/behavioral disabilities and their families.

Self-Help & Psychology Magazine
Magazine-type articles on self-help and psychological topics.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The home page of The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services.

Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Boston University's Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation's Web Site, with information for consumers on handling psychiatric contitions at work and school, and how the Americans with Disabilities Act laws apply.

National Organizations Focusing on Children's lssues

Benton Foundation
1634 Eye Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20006
Tele 202-638-5770 Fx 202-638-5771
Email: <kidscampaign@benton-org>
Website: <http://www.kidscampaigns.org>

The National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse
Website: <http://www.childabuse.org/new.html> or 1-800-CHILDREN

The National Association for the Education of the Young Child (NAEYC)
Website: <http://www.naeyc.org/text/woyp-index.htm>

The Children's Defense Fund
Email: <cdfchildcare@childrensdefense.org> or call Gina Adams at 202-662-3545

The Child Welfare League of America
Email: <books@cwla.org>
Website: <http://www.cwla.org/cwla/publicpolicy/children98stats.html>

National Mental Health Association
1021 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Tele: 703-684-7722 Fx 703-684-5968
Email: <nmha@erols.com>

National Child Abuse Prevention Month (April)
Website: <http://www.childabuse.org>

Website: <www.iamyourchild.org>

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
3615 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Tele: 202-966-7300
Fx: 202-966-2891
Website: <http://www.aacap.org>

Association for Children & Adults with Learning Disabilities
4156 Library Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Tele: 412-341-1515

National Alliance for the Mentally III
1901 N. Ft. Myer Drive, Suite 500
Arlington, VA 22209
Tele: 703-524-7600

Youth Suicide National Center
1825 Eye Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20006
Tele: 202-429-2016

National Mental Illness Screening Project
One Washington Street, Suite 304
Wesley Hills, MA 02481
Tele: 781-239-0071
Fx: 781-431-7447
Website: <http://www.nmisp.org>

Other Lists of links

Mental Health Jumplist

National Mental Health Information (Sources by topic, and a phone list)

Alaska Mental Health Information Sources (Phone List and link List)

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