Online resources

This page has links to online resources on mental health. The descriptions are excerpted from the organizations’ websites.

These links are provided solely for convenience – DBSA Westchester NY does not recommend or endorse any external organization. Please use your own judgment in consultation with medical professionals in making decisions about what resources to use.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide. Their website has pages on finding support and on taking action.

Crisis Text Line (online/text messaging): The national DBSA organization’s website mentions the Crisis Text Line organization, which provides assistance in crises: text HOME to 741741.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: The national DBSA website has links to online support groups and their Balanced Mind Parent Network, which was created to connect parents from across the world who are raising a child living with a mood disorder. The DBSA website also has a search feature for finding local support groups such as ours.

Families for Depression Awareness: This national non-profit organization based in Massachusetts helps families recognize and cope with depression and bipolar disorder to get people well and prevent suicides. They offer education, training, and support (including free webinars) to unite families and help them heal while living with mood disorders.

Health Resources and Services Administration: This U.S. government website lets you search for federally funded health centers that may be able to provide services at reduced cost.

National Alliance on Mental Illness: NAMI’s website has advice related to various aspects of mental illness, as well as a search feature for finding local NAMI support groups. The website for their Westchester, NY branch is http://www.namiwestchester.org/ (note: this website is not secure).

Speaking of Suicide: This website has links for survivors of suicide and suicide loss, friends and family, medical professionals, and other helpful advice.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: This U.S. government website lets you search for facilities that treat substance abuse and mental health issues, along with other useful information.

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