Collective Resources

Collective Resources 

1. Drug Rehab “ is a web resource provided and funded by Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS). ARS is an integrated behavioral health care management organization dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues.”

2. Rehabs “ was founded in 2011 with two goals in mind: to provide information for those suffering with substance abuse and behavioral addictions  – and to connect those people with the treatment programs that can help them.” To find a rehab program in your state, please use their helpful search feature or contact them.

3. Recovery “The mission at is to connect people and their families with the information and resources to help them recover from substance abuse and behavioral disorders.” They are a private resource. For more information or to find a recovery center in your state, please click here.

4. Henry Cameron, MA A therapist based out of Portland, Oregon, Henry Cameron’s blog posts combine his experience as a therapist, along with humor and great insights. He also offers therapy sessions via Skype.

5. The Narcissist in Your Life, Linda Martinez-Lewi, PhD. Her book uses examples of people who are on the more severe end of the spectrum for NPD. She also offers telephone sessions. Visit her blog.

6. Stigma Fighters – A mental health non-profit dedicated to helping real people living with mental illness.

7. Shrink Talk by: Rob Dobrenski, PhD

8. Healthy Place – Healthy Place is one of the largest, comprehensive mental health sites on the web today. They feature an online mental health support network: blogs, forums, expert information, resources, and directories.

9. After Psychotherapy, by: Joseph Burgo, PhD – A psychotherapist who discusses various topics from bipolar disorder to sexuality. He also offers online therapy sessions via Skype.

10. Yellowbrick Blog –  Yellowbrick’s mission is to provide full spectrum, specialized approach to the emotional, physical and developmental challenges of emerging young adults. The blog provides advice, support and insights on emerging adulthood. Visit them here.

11. Huddle – Huddle is a mental health and wellness app, which serves as a safe place to talk about your mental health journey with others. Currently, Huddle has online support groups for Depression, Relationships, Addiction, High School Problems, and more. “…You can watch videos of people sharing updates about how they’re doing, or asking for advice about something they’re going through. You can upload your own video to a group, leave supportive comments on other user’s videos or even make a video reply…”  –The Mighty