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Colorado Mental Health Resources
Arizona Mental Health Resources
La Frontera http://www.lafronteraarizona.com/index A support organization for individuals with mental illness with numerous services including crisis stabilization teams, outpatient clinics, crisis hotlines, housing, educational programs, substance abuse counseling and more.
Crisis Hotlines: 1-800-SUICIDE (national), (480)-784-1500 (Maricopa county), or 1-866-205-5229 (Arizona toll free)
MISS Foundation. Nonprofit organization in Phoenix supporting healthy bereavement and grieving with a special focus on the loss of a child. http://missfoundation.org Sierra Tucson. Drug Addiction and Behavioral Health Treatment Center near Tucson. www.sierratucson.com
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Other Mental Health Links & Resources
Alternative Mental Health/Safe Harbor. International Guide to the World of Alternative mental health. Links, articles, and a practitioner database. http://alternativementalhealth.com Beyond Meds Blog. Alternatives to psychiatry, extensive links to blogs reporting difficulties on drug withdrawal, information, and support. http://beyondmeds.com Healthy Journeys. Bellaruth Napersteck's site on guided imagery and meditation. Download a free guided meditation to relieve stress. http://www.healthjourneys.com InterVoice. The international community for hearing voices. Online support groups, recovery forums,research,and resources. http://intervoiceonline.org Rethinking Psychiatry. "Originated in 2010 as a project of the Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church.We are now an independent organization that is part of a larger movement working to shift the paradigm of mental health care and our mental health system. We receive no funding from, and do not promote any particular organization, government entity, religion, corporation, or drug company." http://www.rethinkingpsychiatry.org/ SAMHSA. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. www.samhsa.gov
Legal Related Resources
Child Psychdrugs Action Campaign. The PsychDrugs Action Campaign works collaboratively with former foster youth, their advocates and state agencies to implement better regulation of psychotropic medication for foster children and to develop greater access to alternative supports for healing. http://childpsychdrugsafety.org/the-campaign/