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  • Alternative Medicine Foundation
    The Alternative Medicine Foundation is a non-profit organization, founded in March 1998 to provide responsible and reliable information about alternative medicine to the public and health professionals.

  • American Art Therapy Association
    The AATA home page is designed to inform art therapists about legislative activities and issues affecting the practice of art therapy on the Federal level and in each State.

  • American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
    One of the goals of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy is to advance professional interest in marriage and family therapy. On the site you can locate a family therapist in your area, find books, articles, and information on family problems, and get facts on therapy.

  • American Dance Therapy Association
    Today's Dance/Movement Therapists are graduates of masters degree programs that integrate dancers' special knowledge of body, movement and expressive spirit with the healing skills of counseling, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation. We help a wide range of people, from autistic children to seniors in their declining years, from the mentally ill to normal people who have lost touch with their inner truth, from people with spinal cord injuries to people who just have never felt quite at home in their bodies. When words alone are not enough, dance/movement therapists are there to help!

  • American Herbal Products Association
    The American Herbal Products Association promotes the responsible commerce of herbal products some of which may be used in mental heath treatments.

  • American Music Therapy Association
    The mission of the American Music Therapy Association is to advance public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increase access to quality music therapy services in a rapidly changing world. Children, adolescents, adults, and elderly with a variety of mental health needs may benefit from music therapy.

  • American Psychiatric Association
    The APA is a membership association that supports psychiatrists and promotes the field of psychiatry. The Association conducts research, establishes practice guidelines, publishes educational materials for both professionals and the public, and works on public policy issues relevant to the field of mental health. The Association has branches in each State that can provide mental health information and referrals to psychiatrists.

  • American Psychological Association
    The American Psychological Association is the largest association of psychologists in the world. It is a scientific and professional organization for psychologists and psychology students in the U.S.

  • American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT)
    ASCPT is the largest professional and scientific society for clinical pharmacologists.

  • American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET)
    ASPET is the U.S. scientific society for pharmacology professionals.

  • American Society of Anger Management Providers
    The American Society of Anger Management Providers serves as a recognized organization to give anger management providers a voice and an official representation on a local and national level.

  • American Therapeutic Recreation Association
    ATRA is a professional society for recreational therapists.

  • Center for Multicultural Human Services
    The Center for Multicultural Human Services assists mental health workers in meeting the needs of clients who have a culture and/or language barrier to treatment. The Center is dedicated to bridging the gap between diverse client populations and mainstream mental health provider organizations.

  • CHARG Resource Center
    The Center provides mental health treatment, advocacy, self-help and support, and recreational opportunities; offers information about mental illness to the public.

  • Christian Recovery International
    This coalition of ministries helps people in the Christian community find a safe and helpful place to recover from abuse, addiction, or trauma.

  • CSAT's National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month
    CSAT’s National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, September, aims to promote the social benefits of substance abuse treatment, note the contributions of treatment providers, and promote the message that recovery from substance abuse is possible. This web site provides more information on events during the month.

  • Disaster debriefing pitfalls highlighted

  • FDA: Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
    The FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research has responsibility for both prescription and over-the-counter drugs. The center's job is to ensure that drugs are safe and effective.

  • FDA: Evaluation of Written Prescription Information Provided in Community Pharmacies
    This report describes the methods and findings of a National study conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to assess the quality of written prescription information provided to persons receiving new prescription medicines in community pharmacies.

  • HealthSquare: Drugs and Medicines
    This site provides information about more than a thousand prescribed medications and their side effects.

    PhRMA and its member companies collaborated to create, an interactive Web site that provides a comprehensive one-stop link to thousands of medicines offered through hundreds of patient assistance programs sponsored by member companies, non-member companies, and government and local organizations.

  • Herb Society of America
    The Herb Society of America was founded in 1933 for the purpose of furthering the knowledge and use of herbs, and for contributing the results of the experience and research of its members to the records of horticulture, science, and economics. The Society is concerned with the cultivation of herbs and with the study of their history and their uses, both past and present.

  • HerbMed
    The mission of the Institute of Medicine is to advance and disseminate scientific knowledge to improve human health. The Institute provides objective, timely, authoritative information and advice concerning health and social policy. Reports by the Institute are available to order from the web site. It also contains information on ongoing studies, events, and links to related sites.

  • International Union of Pharmacology (IUPHAR)
    IUPHAR is an international, non-profit organization that disseminates information about pharmacology and encourages professional collaborations among pharmacologists.

  • La Rabida Children's Hospital
    La Rabida is the only hospital in the country solely dedicated to caring for children with chronic illnesses, disabilities, or who have been abused or neglected. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, La Rabida has been caring for children since 1896.

  • NAMI: PACT Across America: An Advocacy Strategy
    Comprises multi-disciplinary teams of one staff member for every 10 clients, psychiatrists, nurses, peer specialists, substance abuse counselors, vocational specialists, and social workers working in the community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide comprehensive treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to consumers in their homes, at work, and in community settings.

  • National Quality Measures Clearinghouse
    The NQMC allows users to search for evidence-based quality measures related to a specific disease or condition, treatment, age range, gender, vulnerable population, setting of care or contributing organization.

  • National Toxicology Program
    The National Toxicology Program (NTP) was established in 1978 by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to coordinate toxicological testing programs within the Department, strengthen the science base in toxicology; develop and validate improved testing methods; and provide information about potentially toxic chemicals to health regulatory and research agencies, the scientific and medical communities, and the public.

  • Pathways to Promise Ministry and Mental Illness
    Pathways is an interfaith technical assistance and resource center which offers liturgical and educational materials, program models, and networking information for use with people with mental illness and their families.

  • Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America
    Interdisciplinary association for the advancement of rehabilitation and assistive technologies.

  • Rehabilitation Services Administration
    A federal agency that develops and implements comprehensive and coordinated programs of vocational rehabilitation, supported employment, and independent living, for individuals with disabilities, through services, training, research and economic opportunities.

  • Screening for Mental Health, Inc.
    Screening for Mental Health, Inc. is a non-profit that coordinates nationwide mental health screening programs and so as to ensure cooperation, professionalism, and accountability in mental illness screenings.

  • Stanley Center for the Innovative Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
    Promotes increased knowledge about and understanding of bipolar disorder (manic depression), and the development of comprehensive and innovative treatments for bipolar disorder.

  • The Judge Rotenberg Educational Center
    The Center operates residential and respite programs for children and adults with behavior problems, including conduct disorders, emotional problems, brain injury, psychosis, autism and developmental disabilities

  • The Medicine Program
    The Medicine Program was established by volunteers seeking to help those individuals who could not afford the cost of their prescriptions.

  • The Parents' Foundation for Transitional Living, Inc.
    The Parent's Foundation is a unique residential community dedicated to providing brief, transitional and long-term care (housing and support) for adults who suffer from mental illness. Although based in Connecticut, this program accepts applications from individuals throughout the United States.

  • The Recovery Community Services Program

  • TIE: Recovery Community Support Program
    Fosters the participation of persons in recovery, their families, and other allies in the development of substance abuse treatment policies, programs, and quality assurance activities at the State, regional, and local levels.

  • Treatment Improvement Exchange
    The Treatment Improvement Exchange is a program sponsored by the Division of State and Community Assistance of the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment to provide information exchange between CSAT staff and State and local alcohol and substance abuse agencies.

The information above was taken, in part, from material provided by SAMHSA.

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