Related Links

National Alliance on Mental Illness: This website provides information on all mental illnesses, available medications, support groups, local NAMI organizations, and volunteer opportunities.

National Alliance on Mental Illness/Utah: Like NAMI, this website provides Utah specific information on mental illnesses. Through the NAMI Utah sight, you can take action, learn more about mental illnesses, find local support, and learn about news and events.

National Institute of Mental Health: NIMH, part of the US Department of Health and Human Services, provides scientific information on mental illnesses. The website covers research opportunities, clinical trials, statistics, and outreach opportunities.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The CDC offers general information on mental illnesses, funding options, frequently asked questions, data and statistics, local organizations, publications, and treatment questions.

National Empowerment Center: The National Empowerment Center is run by mental health consumers and survivors. NEC offers information on empowerment, hope, and healing for those suffering from a diagnosed mental illness.

OCD Info: The OCD Info website is run by a college girl with obsessive compulsive disorder. She shares her story with other OCD sufferers. This site offers accurate and useful information on OCD. It is a great support resources.

Anxiety Disorders Association of America: ADAA offers information on all anxiety disorders, support sources, membership opportunities, webcasts, and events. This is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety disorders.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: DBSA functions to improve the lives of people with mood disorders. The website offers information on prevention, treatment, signs and symptoms, recovery steps, and helping loved ones.

National Eating Disorders Association: NEDA is dedicated to providing education, resources, and support for those diagnosed with eating disorders. This is a great resource for recovery programs.

Valley Mental Health: Valley Mental Health is a behavioral health care provider for Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties in Utah. The organization specializes in mental health, substance abuse, and prevention services for adults, children, youth, and seniors.

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