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In a time of crisis, it is natural to want to support your loved one, who will benefit from the interest you take in their recovery . One of the most effective ways to be helpful is to educate yourself about their mental health disorder.
If your loved one is currently in treatment, Belmont recommends the following additional resources and programs for further information.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Support OrganizationNational Mental Health America Support OrganizationMental Health Consumers' Self-helpNetwork of Care for Behavioral HealthNational Institute of Mental Health
National Dissemination Center for Children with DisabilitiesThe Child AdvocateNYU Child Study Center
Al-Anon Family GroupsThe Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated DisordersAmerican Anorexia Bulimia Association of PhiladelphiaNational Eating Disorders Association
Families for Depression AwarenessDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance
If you believe that you or a family member is in crisis, do not hesitate to seek help at Einstein Crisis Response Center. Call 215-951-8300, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Grief & LossFeelings of denial, shock and sickness are common emotions when dealing with the death of a loved one. Doctors discuss health implications of loss and overall wellbeing.
Suicide PreventionOver a million people attempt suicide in a year worldwide, yet most people do not realize it until it happens to someone close to you. Our physicians discuss the warning signs to watch out for and steps for prevention.
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