Category: Mental Health


The Mens Health Resource Center

Why build this resource center? Did you know men are less healthy and have a shorter life expectancy than women, on average? Part of this is because men are more likely to go long periods of time without going to the doctor, they’re less likely to adopt preventive health measures, and are more likely to engage in risky behaviors. One of the goals of this site is to show men how health issues are interrelated. How being obese can effect your cardiovascular system. How successfully managing your diabetes can lead to a healthier life. How parenting and fatherhood can encourage you to live a more fulfilling lifestyle, not just for you, but for your family. So, take an active approach to your health – it could save your life. The Men’s Health Resource Center is managed by Men’s Health Network, a national non-profit headquartered in Washington, DC, who’s mission is to reach men, boys and their families where they live, work, play and pray.  (Read More...)
Look Up

LookUp (LookUpIndiana.org) is a free online resource providing mental and behavioral health information and resources, while also offering stigma-reducing messaging. Users can search for mental health providers and support groups in Indiana nearest to them, get information on mental health topics, keep up-to-date on recent mental health news and blog posts, check for upcoming trainings and events and find 24/7 crisis help. LookUp provides information helpful to various demographics as well, including faith-communities, schools, workplace, medical providers, parents, and youth. For 24/7 help, text LOOKUP to 494949, or chat online. LookUp is also home to the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative. Working alongside school districts and their community partners, we provide resources, training, and advocacy to build their capacity to promote the social, emotional, behavioral, mental, and physical health of Indiana’s school-age children and youth with the goal of increasing school engagement and improving educational and life outcomes. Visit the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative at https://lookupindiana.org/schools/.  (Read More...)
Look Up

LookUp (LookUpIndiana.org) is a free online resource providing mental and behavioral health information and resources, while also offering stigma-reducing messaging. Users can search for mental health providers and support groups in Indiana nearest to them, get information on mental health topics, keep up-to-date on recent mental health news and blog posts, check for upcoming trainings and events and find 24/7 crisis help. LookUp provides information helpful to various demographics as well, including faith-communities, schools, workplace, medical providers, parents, and youth. For 24/7 help, text LOOKUP to 494949, or chat online. LookUp is also home to the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative. Working alongside school districts and their community partners, we provide resources, training, and advocacy to build their capacity to promote the social, emotional, behavioral, mental, and physical health of Indiana’s school-age children and youth with the goal of increasing school engagement and improving educational and life outcomes. Visit the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative at https://lookupindiana.org/schools/.  (Read More...)
Anxiety Resource Center

The Anxiety Resource Center, Inc. of Grand Rapids, Michigan, was founded to educate the public and professional communities about anxiety disorders, including Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and OCD Spectrum Disorders; to reduce the stigma associated with these illnesses; and to provide a place that offers support, hope and inspiration. The Anxiety Resource Center, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.  (Read More...)
Brilliant Transformations

Melissa Drake is the founder of Brilliant Transformations. She is an Editor, Truthteller, and coach with a passion for words, writing, positive energy, and helping others recover from life’s tough transitions. She knows from personal experience, it's important to live your own truth over the truth others prescribed for you. She also knows writing helps process and heal your own hurts. Once written, the act of sharing your story with others (whether that's on a small scale in an intimate support group, or on a large scale by publishing your story), can empower others. She desires to help individuals Live their Truth, Write their Story, and Empower Others. Her own vulnerable stories of survival have been featured on several global platforms including, Women for One, elephant journal, Scary Mommy, The Good Men Project, The Urban Howl, Thought Catalog, Sick Biz, She Owns It, and The SHFT Blog. Connect with her on her website or on Facebook. She also has a closed group for individuals experiencing life’s tough transitions, that includes positive daily messaging. Request membership here. You can also follow Melissa on Instagram and Twitter. Melissa knows and shows hope. There's life after depression and it's brilliant.  (Read More...)
The Kettle Society

The Kettle Society supports people with mental illness to lead healthier lives. We do this by: * Providing housing, employment, advocacy and support services; * Raising awareness of mental health issues and breaking down the stigma and barriers for people with mental illness, and * Promoting inclusion of people living with mental illness in all aspects of society.  (Read More...)
Schizophrenia Society of Canada

The mission of our schizophrenia association is: to improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, support programs, public policy and research. The Schizophrenia Society of Canada is a national registered charity that has been in operation since 1979. We work with 10 provincial societies to help individuals with schizophrenia and their families have a better quality of life while we search for a cure. At SSC we are committed to: Raising awareness and educating the public to help reduce mental disorders stigma and discrimination Supporting families and individuals Advocating for legislative change and improved schizophrenia treatment and mental health services Supporting research through the SSC Foundation and other independent efforts.  (Read More...)
Look Up

LookUp (LookUpIndiana.org) is a free online resource providing mental and behavioral health information and resources, while also offering stigma-reducing messaging. Users can search for mental health providers and support groups in Indiana nearest to them, get information on mental health topics, keep up-to-date on recent mental health news and blog posts, check for upcoming trainings and events and find 24/7 crisis help. LookUp provides information helpful to various demographics as well, including faith-communities, schools, workplace, medical providers, parents, and youth. For 24/7 help, text LOOKUP to 494949, or chat online. LookUp is also home to the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative. Working alongside school districts and their community partners, we provide resources, training, and advocacy to build their capacity to promote the social, emotional, behavioral, mental, and physical health of Indiana’s school-age children and youth with the goal of increasing school engagement and improving educational and life outcomes. Visit the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative at https://lookupindiana.org/schools/.  (Read More...)
Harm Reduction for Alcohol

HAMS is a peer-led and free-of-charge support and informational group for anyone who wants to change their drinking habits for the better. The acronym HAMS stands for Harm reduction, Abstinence, and Moderation Support. HAMS Harm Reduction strategies are defined in the 17 elements of HAMS. HAMS offers support via an online forum, a chat room, an email group, a facebook group, and live meetings. We also offer harm reduction information via the HAMS Book, the articles on this web site, and the HAMS podcast. HAMS supports every positive change. Choose your own goal - safe drinking, reduced drinking, or quitting alcohol altogether. It does not matter how much or how little you drink; if you want to make a change you are welcome here. If you are concerned that you might have withdrawal symptoms if you quit drinking all at once, please visit our taper page for information about how to taper off alcohol. All HAMS services are offered free-of-charge. If you have been helped by HAMS, please consider visiting our DONATE page to make a donation to help keep us running. All profits from sales of the HAMS book are used to keep our organization running, too. All information on this site may be reproduced free of charge as long as the HAMS copyright is included.  (Read More...)
The Good Men Project

The Good Men Project® is a glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century,” the press raved when we launched. We had set out to start an international conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century.  (Read More...)

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