HoustonChronicle.com - Community News Resources and substance abuse AlAnon Family groups. The Council on Alcohol and drug Abuse,Houston. community news and information on services; support groups; and local http://www.chron.com/content/community/social/
Extractions: Launched the Prison Reform Unity Project, the Pro Bono Support Project, and other efforts aimed at criminal justice reform. Provides training, technical assistance, research and direct services to criminal justice, social services, and mental health organizations and clients. (See article by founder Jerome Miller on page 12.)
NCADI Resources Referrals is a nonprofit, grassroots, selfhelp support and advocacy Self-help groups and residentialAOD outpatient treatment for those alcoholics or drug addicts who http://store.health.org/catalog/referrals.aspx?topic=85&h=resources
Extractions: Alimta could hold promise for thousands of workers in the construction and shipbuilding trades worldwide who handled asbestos and could contract mesothelioma. Lilly is seeking a priority review by the FDA, meaning the regulator would review the drug within six months. A standard review takes 10 months. Results of final clinical trials for the drug released May 20 showed patients receiving the drug, chemotherapy medicine and vitamins lived 13 months after being diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma. That compared with seven months for those who received only the standard chemotherapy drug Cisplatin and vitamins.
Extractions: Information about all liver diseases, including viral hepatitis. Patient support, legislative advocacy, research funding, chapter reports from across the nation. 650-72-LIVER or 650-725-4837 http://liver.stanford.edu The only non-profit organization in the U.S. founded to address the high incidence of hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asians and Asian-Americans. Provides education outreach and advocacy for hepatitis B and liver cancer prevention and treatment, serves as a resource for the general public and health practitioners, implements clinical and basic science research programs, and runs a clinic for those infected with HBV. The Jade Ribbon Campaign was launched in May of 2001 to help spread awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asian and Pacific Islanders.
General Health Resources, Health Promotion addresses of organisations support groups, references to diet, physical activity,alcohol drug misuse of medicine, news other resources for professionals; http://www.support4learning.org.uk/health/general.htm
Extractions: BBCi - interactive BBCi - ask the doctor ... Cyberdocs Surgery - live keyboard "chat" with US physicians Emotional Support on the Internet femail.co.uk - US government site with links to online interactive questionnaires (recommended that you discuss results with your GP or medical professional) Health - justask Interactive Patient - diagnose ailments of a virtual patient - teaching tool mainly The Longevity Game!
Extractions: Identifying local programs in your state is best accomplished by using resources in your community. Contact your local county attorney or juvenile justice office, community mental health center, school counselor, and in some areas, the public health department. All of these organizations know of programs for youth. Financial assistance may be available to you. Many programs are based upon one's ability to pay depending on income level. Other treatment programs accept health insurance and private payment from parents who can afford such an arrangement.
Extractions: Information Center , located in Russell House Suite 235, offers information on alcohol and other drugs including brochures, journals, and newspapers, articles, data from national, newspapers, articles, and other drug surveys. It also has a listing of alcohol and drug support groups and resources in the Columbia area. The Information Center is open Monday - Friday, during regular office hours. Home Information Programs Events ... Resources
Extractions: Dear Alice, I am a male survivor of childhood (homo)sexual abuse and incest. I have recently stopped my horribly abusive alcohol and drug habits and am having to deal more with my issues now that I'm not using "painkillers." I'm worried that if I don't do something soon, I might be miserable for the rest of my life and may never be able to have a relationship or even sex. I am very hurt by the fact that there are no resources on campus for male survivors. All the groups are for women as if male survivors don't exist . Anyways, please refer me to any resources you are aware of in NYC. Thanks. Signed, Uncomfortable Dear Uncomfortable, It's great that you're taking the next steps towards healing and recovery. You're right, most support groups for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and incest are geared towards women, but there are also many that are geared to both women and men. From your question, it appears you are interested in a group for male survivors only. In New York City, there's the Center for Adults Sexually Abused as Children (ASAC), which offers support groups for men only, as well as for women only and for both men and women together. ASAC also has individual counseling. You can call or write them at: ASAC 240 East 20th Street New York, NY 10003
Support - Older Persons Portal Information and referral agency for alcohol and drug problems. This site provideslinks to drugs and medications support groups. Grief resources Centre. http://www.olderperson.act.gov.au/Support.html
Emotional Wellness Community Resources The following are available alcohol and drug treatment services Gamblers Anonymousoffers many groups for those Information about support and resources for the http://www.bu.edu/wellness/dimensions/emotional/community.html
Extractions: BARCC provides services to rape victims, their families and friends, and the general public. The center is operated by a group of women who offer twenty-four-hour telephone counseling and short-term counseling, along with referrals and support groups. Twenty-four-hour medical advocacy and legal advocacy are also offered on an as-needed basis. Volunteers are welcome. Fenway Community Health Center
University Of Chicago Student Counseling University of Chicago office that provides counseling and resources for students.Category Reference Education University of Chicago Students drug patient assistance programs, PhRMA; drug information, Healthtouch; are also manyother emergency support resources on campus and Dissertation support groups. http://counseling.uchicago.edu/
Extractions: Director Morton M. Silverman, director emeritus, talks about why undergraduates seek advice and what kinds of help they get (College Report, The University of Chicago Magazine , February, 1999) and about mental health at college All Things Considered , National Public Radio, January 4, 2001; 5:30 of audio, requires RealPlayer Commentator Reynolds Price says as a university professor, he has become deeply aware of how constant the demon of depression (3:36 of audio, requires RealPlayer ) stands in the shadows of his student's rooms. When he was a student, his depression was something to deny and hide. And he warns that it is still too rare for parents to read the signs and react properly ( All Things Considered , National Public Radio, February 28, 2000). Special Programs and Resources Policies Confidentiality Eligibility Insurance Benefits ... Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan brochure (pdf, 204 K)
Consumer Health Links - Denison Library medical library, health news, drug information from Additional resources include acomprehensive listing of health associations and patient support groups. http://denison.uchsc.edu/outreach/consumerlinks.html
Extractions: Rare Diseases GENERAL WEB RESOURCES Agency for Health Care Research and Quality Offers information on a broad spectrum of consumer health issues, including patient versions of the U.S. clinical practice guidelines in both English and Spanish. Formerly known as AHCPR (Agency for Health Care Policy and Research). (http://www.ahrq.gov/consumer) Colorado HealthSite Started by a woman suffering from complications after a kidney transplant, this site is about educating and supporting patients who have chronic diseases. Colorado health professionals serve as advisors. Good place for patients to connect with other patients. (http://www.coloradohealthnet.org/) drkoop.com
Extractions: DID YOU KNOW ....... that an eating disorder can be fatal? that 52 % of coeds surveyed in a study last fall knew a schoolmate who had an eating disorder? that 5 - 10 million females and 1 million males in this country between the ages of 14 and 25 years have an eating disorder? DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS SUCH AS ....... What Is an Eating Disorder? What Causes an Eating Disorder? What Are the Warning Signs? What Is the Treatment for an Eating Disorder?
Prodigal Ministries - Support & Resources who have, themselves, made successful; transitions back into society from prisonand selfmade prisons as drug and alcohol addiction support groups copy needs http://www.prodigalministries.org/prodigal/support.htm
Extractions: Webster defines support as to keep from weakening or failing. We believe feelings of isolation and of the uniqueness of personal problems are overcome through the nurturing support and encouragement of individuals who are led by the Holy Spirit and who have, themselves, made successful; transitions back into society from prison and self-made prisons as drug and alcohol addiction Support Groups
The Counseling Center a variety of services and resources on campus support groups are led by professionalcounselors, are longer Peer Educators; Alcohol and Other drug Peer Educators http://www.morgan.edu/students/counsel.asp
Extractions: Carolyn James - Secretary The mission of the Counseling Center is to provide a range of psychological and counseling services to meet the mental health and developmental needs of Morgan students. The Counseling Center strives to support the emotional, interpersonal, social, and career development of MSU students. Everyone needs someone to talk with at times. Counseling is a growth process through which students are helped to define goals, make decisions, and solve problems related to personal, social, academic, and career concerns. Counselors help students to resolve personal and educational concerns, which may include: Relationships with family, friends, romantic partner, or roommate
Extractions: First Meeting Tuesday, July 9, 2002 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (starting July 9) Support group led by an experienced peer facilitator For individuals ages 16 - 30 with depression or bipolar disorder Friends and family age 16 - 30 are welcome No charge, no registration, drop-ins welcome Room 2213, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Building, 401 Quarry Road, corner of Arboretum, Stanford University, across from Andronico's and Crate and Barrel Free, lighted parking Directions and map For more information firstname.lastname@example.org A supportive environment for people with mood disorders to 1) learn and practice expressing themselves through creative writing techniques; 2) explore their experiences with depression or manic depression through writing; 3) share writing in a supportive environment, as comfortable; and 4) develop a regular writing practice as an ongoing means of coping.
Extractions: BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About A-Z Index Titles Descriptions Avert - AIDS Education and Research Trust Center for International Health Information Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Databases: Search HEBS Datasets ... SAMHSA's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments: email@example.com Avert - AIDS Education and Research Trust Provides preventative education, news from the UK, statistics and links to related resources. Aimed at both patients and carers. Last checked: Center for International Health Information Data on current status and trends in population, nutrition and health for developing countries, including statistics on indicators such as infant and maternal mortality, nutritional status, vaccination coverage, contraceptive use, and population and fertility rates.
Extractions: Each individual is a leader in his or her own sobriety. Our philosophy is that each individual is unique and should therefore find and fashion their own road to sober living and a full life. We have no interest in members private beliefs or lifestyles. All groups are independent and work together as a voluntary association of free-thought groups.