Mental Health Helpline
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Provides one-to-one volunteer supportive relationships to adults and youth in mental health recovery.
259 Monroe Ave.
Rochester, NY 14607
Provides support for mental health consumers.
Provides crisis intervention, information and referrals for boys and girls. Free and confidential. Short-term crisis intervention. Suicide prevention. Works with children and families.
Education and advocacy organization. Provides information on borderline personality to families, consumers and providers. Referrals to clinicians, treatment programs, self-help groups, BPD Journal, speakers' bureau, professional conferences and advocacy.
Provides information and literature on anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. Leave name and mailing address and literature will be mailed to you.
Provides free information on over 200 mental health topics including bipolar disorder, depression, bereavement, post-traumatic stress disorder and warning signs of mental illness. Referrals to local mental health services. Distributes free national directory of local mental health associations and offers low-cost materials. Advocates to remove stigma of mental illness and for mental health benefits parity.
Provides information on schizophrenia, depression and bipolar disorder. Has information on research being conducted on these disorders. Newsletter, literature and brochures.