MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE LIST
“If you are broken, you do not have to stay broken.”- selena gomez
Mental Health Resources – 2020
- American Psychological Association
- American Psychiatric Association
- National Institute of Mental Health
- Centers for Disease Control |CDC
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration| SAMHSA
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If you’re feeling low, need someone to talk to, or worried about the coronavirus , the following is a list of professional mental health resources that can help. Always refer to the advice of a licensed medical professional or licensed therapist when it comes to making important decisions about your mental and physical health.
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Find articles, info sheets, guides, e-books, and more related to the mental health topics that matter to you. This public list has been curated to help make finding reputable, relatable, and reliable psychology and mental health resources easier to find. Please enjoy this list — courtesy of msloydwrites.
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**Last update: November 7, 2020
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