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Coping with Grief:
Disasters to Children
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
NYS Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
Futures Without Violence
Johns Hopkins University's End Violence Against Women
End Violence Against Women
Bring Change 2 Mind
Roots of Stigma: US Surgeon General's Report
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill-Stigma Alert
National Mental Health America -Stigma Watch
Schizophrenia: Open the Doors
Frequently Asked Questions
National Institute for Mental Health:"Now You Have a Diagnosis - What's Next?"
Mental Health Recovery
Systematic Treatment Enhancement for Bi-Polar Disorder (STEP-BD)
Downstate NY Self-Help Groups and Resources
Association on Community Living
International Association of Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Services USA
NYS Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
CVPH Medical Center
PTSD Alliance Resource Center
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
The Sidran Traumatic Stress Foundation
Recovering after Disasters and Trauma
National Institute of Mental Health: Post-Traumatic Stress
Youth Violence: Myths & Facts - US Surgeon General's Report
Mental Health Risk Factors for Adolescents
Families Together New York State
ADD: from Infancy to Adulthood
Press Republican - Health columns (current and past issues)
WPTZ - Healthcast
New York Times - On the main Health page, you'll find updated information from The Times, Reuters and the Associated Press. And inside, they've divided the information into 10 areas -- Aging, Anatomy, Children's Health, Fitness, Genetics, Men's Health, Nutrition, Policy, Psychology and Women's Health -- to help you zero in on just the information you want.
InteliHealth.com - Established in 1996, InteliHealth has become one of the leading online health information companies in the world. They accomplish this goal by providing credible information and useful tools from the most trusted sources, including Harvard Medical School and University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. Millions of people around the world are touched by the power of InteliHealth. InteliHealth is a subsidiary of Aetna.