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External link offers info on anxiety disorders in older adults
NIHSeniorHealth has brought together resources to address the issue of anxiety disorders in older adults. While it is normal to experience anxious feelings during stressful situations of everyday life, these resources address the ongoing and excessive feelings that can impair live, such as anxiety disorders, social phobia, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder.
External link Prevention through Risk Identification, Management and Education (PRIME) Research Clinic Exit Disclaimer
The PRIME Research Clinic is specifically designed for persons, ages 13 to 35, who are experiencing worrisome changes in their thoughts, experiences, and/or feelings.
External link Center for Mental Health Services -- Refugee Mental Health Program
The Refugee Mental Health Program (RMHP) originated in the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) in 1980. Since 1995, through an Intra-Agency Agreement with the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), the RMHP provides refugee mental health consultation and technical assistance to Federal, State, or local agencies.
External link National Strategy for Suicide Prevention Exit Disclaimer
This site provides information on frequently asked questions about suicide, various government activities, national research and evaluation initiatives and surveillance, as well as information on prevention and intervention legislation. The strategy advocates that suicide is preventable and develops support for suicide prevention programs. Another goal is also to reduce the stigma associated with being a consumer of mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention services.
External link National Depression Screening Day 2006 Listing 2006 of Year Round Screening Sites Exit Disclaimer
Get Screened! Find a local site offering free, anonymous screenings for depression, anxiety disorders and bipolar disorder. This online event locator will help you find a local site offering the free, anonymous screenings. The Mental Health Screening/National Depression Screening Day is on October 5, 2006 but you could get a screening year round.
External link SAMHSA's Hablemos En Confianza (Your Fountain of Resources)
Hablemos en Confianza is your bilingual fountain of resources. Here you will find articles about the most commonly abused substances and information that will help you talk to your children about alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs.
External link National Institute of Mental Health
The National Institute of Mental Health agency works to improve mental health through biomedical research on mind, brain, and behavior. The NIMH is actively involved in strategic planning and priority-setting for the Institute as a whole as well as for specific research areas. NIMH solicits input from patients and their advocates, scientists, Congress, the public, and the National Advisory Mental Health Council.
External link SAMHSA's National Health Information Center
This site provides information about mental health via a toll-free telephone number (800) 789-2647, a Web site and more than 200 publications for users of mental health services and their families, the general public, policy makers, providers and the media.
External link National Institutes of Health New Web Site: "Real Men Real Depression"
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is reaching out to educate the public about depression in men through its Real Men. Real Depression. campaign.

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