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A non-profit corporation established in 1998, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, AACY is the only organization in the US dedicated solely to addressing caregiving youth issues. Their vision: every youth caring for chronically ill, injured, elderly or disabled family members will achieve success in school and life. The mission: increase awareness and provide support services for youth caregivers and their families by connecting them with healthcare, education and community resources.
NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI advocates for access to services, treatment, supports and research and is steadfast in its commitment to raise awareness and build a community for hope for all of those in need.
This has a Consumer Help Center site which provides brochures, fact sheets and an online psychologist referral service for persons affected by mental disorders, their families and others who care about them.
This is a self-help mental health program based on the ground breaking work of a neuropsychiatrist, the late Abraham A. Low, M.D. It is non-profit, non-sectarian, and completely member managed. Recovery Inc. has been active since 1937 and we have groups meeting every week around the world.
Developed by young adults, this user-driven social networking community allows young adults to connect with their peers and share personal stories, creativity and helpful resources by writing and responding to blog entries, engaging in discussion groups, posting status updates on “The Wire” and sharing videos, photos and other news. Strengthofus.org offers a variety of resources on issues important to young adults, including healthy relationships, family and friends, independent living, campus life, employment, mental health issues and much more.
This is a national consumer and consumer supporter technical assistance center that develops, produces, disseminates, and stores a wide range of culturally appropriate materials, resources, and tools for consumers, consumer-operated programs and self-help groups that strengthen skills, organizational capabilities, and service capacity. The Web site is also translated in Spanish El Centro STAR.
This organization strives to strengthen consumer organizations by providing technical assistance in the form of research, informational materials and financial aid.
This is a consumer-run national technical assistance center serving the mental health consumer movement. The Clearinghouse helps connect individuals to self-help and advocacy resources, and offers expertise to self-help groups and other peer-run services for mental health consumers.
This is a place to learn about survival. Covers change, agility, resilience, hardiness, creative adapting, the survivor personality, overcoming job loss, serendipity, successful schizophrenia, synchronicity, the synergistic personality, and other issues related to life skills and mental health.
This is dedicated to helping those in recovery and seeking spiritual growth. The site includes resources and a calendar for live support and recovery group meetings.
This is based in Melbourne, Australia. It is a consumer/survivor-run advocacy organization for people with mental health problems.
The Institute for Wellness and Recovery Initiatives of CSP-NJ (Institute) promotes and provides innovative, state of the art services aimed at creating wellness and recovery for persons living with disabilities. We offer educational resources as well as trainings and consultation designed to assist organizations in developing a workforce and service delivery system focused on recovery and wellness.