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Mental Health, Behavioral Problems and Abuse Resources

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National Alliance For the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
www.nami.org
NAMI's efforts focus on providing support for persons with serious mental illnesses and their families. Site has sections for support, education, advocacy, and research.
 
Children's Needs
www.preparerespondrecover.com/childrensneeds/
Helps parents and others who are in positions of authority recognize stress in children and help children cope with traumatic events.
 
Balance Checks ADD Page
http://www/user.cybrzn.com/~kenyonck/add
Resources about ADD including articles and links.
 
Children and Adults With Attention Deficit Disorders (CHADD)
www.chadd.org
Through its professional advisory board, and other leaders in the field of ADHD, CHADD brings you accurate, current information on medical, scientific, educational and advocacy issues.
 
National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
www.add.org
The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association is an organization built around the needs of adults and young adults with ADD and ADHD. Site has information on ADD research and treatment, along with a kid's section.
 
Eating Disorder links at the USDA
www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/etext/000017.html
An extensive list of web links to organizations and agencies that offer help for eating disorders.
 
Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders
www.anred.com
A nonprofit organization that provides information about anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, compulsive exercising, and other less well-known food and weight disorders. The material includes details about recovery and prevention.
 
RID Alaska of Child Sexual Abuse
www.alaska.net/~rosenbau/
Resource and Information Directory on child sexual abuse in the State of Alaska.
 

The information furnished by the Children's Virtual Hospital at Providence is of a general nature and is designed for educational purposes only. As each situation is unique, do not rely on this information for diagnosis and treatment. The Children's Hospital at Providence recommends that you visit a qualified Health Care Professional for individual and personal attention.