Mental Health & Other Cause Resources

Here are some great resources for:

*Mental Health

*Foster Care & Adoption

*Domestic Violence

*Multiple Sclerosis

*A Few of My Fave Causes

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This page will be updated from time to time because it’s important to have updated information.

On Our Sleeves – The Movement for Children’s Mental Health Care

-> Discussion Guides for Parents & Local Resources 

Online Counseling Programs

-> 133 Mental Health & Learning Resources for Kids & Teens

Crisis Text Line

-> Self-Harm Information & Help

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

-> Hotline (call directly from the site) & Resources

Narcissist Information & Resources

-> If you think you might be a victim of narcissistic abuse, please check this site out. 

-> THE go-to site for Resources, Videos, Personal Consultations

CHE Behavioral Health Services 

-> FREE “Check Your Mood” Health Screening. 

-> Access to Outpatient Telehealth Therapy, Telehealth Psychiatry, In-Person Therapy Alongside Psychiatrists and Physicians

SAHMSA – Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

-> Hotline (call directly from the site)

-> 24/7/365 referral & info service

-> For mental and/or substance use disorders


-> Mental Health Education 

-> Articles, Videos, Live Classes

-> Special sections for Patients, Parents, Students, & Professionals 

Together We Rise – Helping Children in Foster Care

-> Connecting with and supporting children in foster care.

*Did you know that foster children are given a trash bag to put their belongings in if they are moved to another home?*

-> Because of this, a part of TWR’s mission is to give these children duffel bag they can call their own.

*How great is that?*

-> Check out their site and consider making a purchase or donation 

Child Welfare Information Gateway 

-> This is a link to the Foster Care Month page, but there is a link to access resources year-round. 

Adopt Together 

-> Have you ever heard a story from parents who want to adopt, but can’t afford it?

-> Wish you could help them out? This site helps you do just that.

-> Search through stories and donate to help these awesome people. 

Adopt US Kids 

-> Info and resources to connect children in foster care with families and support the child welfare system.

Center for Parent Information & Resources 

-> Info and resources about foster care:

*Welcoming disabled children

*Lists of adoption and foster care focused organizations

*Support group information. 

National Council for Adoption 

-> Info and resources from experts:

*Adoption issues

*Advocating for policies that benefit children in the system 

Focus on the Family 

-> Books, podcasts, and DVDs

-> Guides, website links, Q&As

-> Referrals about adoption and foster care 

National Domestic Violence Hotline  

-> Resources and information: 

*Getting help

*Identifying abuse

*Creating a safety plan  

-> Confidential services that support:

*Reporting to police

*Crisis counseling

*Safe house connections

*Solutions for immediate as well as long-term situations

-> EVERYTHING you didn’t know you needed to know is on this site, so it is a must-click

-> Educational guides and resources

-> Local chapter information and links

-> Fundraising info

-> Education, events and teleconference links. 

-> Online magazine

-> Volunteer and outreach opportunities

-> For both patients and caregivers to connect with peers as well as healthcare professionals

-> Educational materials in addition to plenty of useful links  

-> Education and information for the MS Community.

-> Comprehensive newsletter with news about local and national events, as well as webinars  *certainly a must-subscribe

-> Some fantastic gifts you can purchase where a portion of the profits go to MS research and help spread awareness

-> From their website: “Every time you order from Til Valhalla Project, you help deliver memorial plaques to the families of fallen Heroes (at a complete surprise to them) and you donate towards reducing veteran suicide. ”

->A worthy cause. Our Vets deserve our eternal gratitude, which is why I fully support this cause. 

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