Mental Health Disorders

Depression, Personality Disorders, More

Alzheimer’s Association, Connecticut Chapter
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Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all persons affected by Alzheimer's disease and related disorders through comprehensive educational programs, compassionate services, access to resources and support for research.

Brain Injury Association of Connecticut
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Supports persons with brain injury and their families by promoting services to facilitate full inclusion within their local community, and to increase awareness and understanding of brain injury and its prevention through community education.

Connecticut Families for Effective Treatment of Autism
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Provides information and resources that enable families to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of current treatment approaches. Also provides support to families seeking or implementing behavioral intervention programs and works to expand the availability of high quality professional services by supporting education and training opportunities in applied behavior analysis.

Healthnet: Connecticut Consumer Health Information Network
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Provides a free, customized consumer health research service for Connecticut residents. Call (860) 679-4055 to request a packet of information tailored to your health questions. Web site links to recommended Web sites on subjects such as mental health, navigating the health care system, children's health, patient advocacy and others.

Kids Mental Health Info.Com
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A resource for CT parents, caregivers, policymakers, neighbors, and any other colleagues who care for their kids and need a place to find accurate and understandable information on problems ranging from depression to trauma to phobias to ADHD.

University of Connecticut Department of Psychiatry
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Provides clinical treatment, community outreach, and assessment services to the people of Connecticut. Also provides public research treatment programs aimed at improving mental conditions.


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