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Health Choice Integrated Care crisis Line
AzCH Nurse Assist Line
NAZCARE Warm Line
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Reviewed Depression: Depression & Related Conditions Community Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 5)Depression Forums
A moderated message board for people with mood and anxiety disorders. Special rooms for discussion of multiple issues relating to depression. A very nicely done and useful resource!
This site is for people who suffer from phobias, anxiety, depression or panic attacks. Provides clear descriptions of each condition as well as treatment and coping strategies. Also, contains a forum/chat section where people can talk with others who are dealing with similar conditions.
A non-religious charity that has been offering emotional support to the suicidal and despairing for over 40 years by phone visit and letter. Callers are guaranteed absolute confidentiality and retain the right to make their own decisions including the decision to end their life. The service is available via E-mail run from Cheltenham England and can be reached from anywhere with Internet access. Trained volunteers read and reply to mail once a day every day of the year.
Families for Depression Awareness
Families for Depression Awareness helps families understand and cope with unipolar and bipolar depression. From the web site you can order free brochures, read Family Profiles, access resources, and sign up for free email alerts.
the black dog
The Black Dog is a website for men suffering from depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts. It is a voluntary run site written and designed by men who suffer or have suffered from the above. Currently, theblackdog.net has a forum for men to discuss whatever they feel the need to express; a library of supportive texts and analysis, a portal page displaying links to groups we believe can be helpful to men who suffer from depression, a cave for men to take a step back in, a men's health page, practical advice for people who want to help a relative, friend or lover who is suicidal or depressed and a page displaying well-known people who have or do suffer from mental turbulence.