The following are links to sites that offer more information about Mental Health.

Many of these sites maintain their own lists of related sites and sources of information, while other sites provide information relating to a specific concern or problem. Some sites are intended to inform the general public; others are oriented to the research needs of health providers.

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Info on issues that families. ​
Baker Act Home Page: ​​T​he Baker Act Reporting Center receives, processes and analyzes Statewide Baker Act data.​
Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation: I​improves the lives of children and teens living with bipolar disorder. ​
Choices In Recovery Newsletter: A trusted resource designed to inform the mental health recovery community. ​
Dealing with Grief: Coping with Grief and Loss ​​Support for Grieving and Bereavement ​​
Department of Mental Health Law and Policy: Research, consultation, and training. ​
Depression Screening Test: ​A self-assessment report that you can complete, print and take to your provider.
Depressed Teens: Understand the signs and symptoms of teenage depression.
Family Learning Program: Sexual Abuse Treatment provided at no cost to child and adolescent victims
and their siblings and nonoffending caregivers.
Florida Board of Psychology: Promote, protect and improve the health of all people in Florida.
Florida Mental Health Advocate: A non-profit organization providing protection and advocacy services.
Florida Peer Network: ​Support for individuals with psychiatric disabilities & receiving mental health services. ​
Internet Mental Health: Definitions, related articles, treatment suggestions, and links to other Internet sources. ​
National Institute of Mental Health: Reducing the burden of mental health & behavioral disorders through research.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) ​
NYU Department of Psychiatry: Information for the General Public from NYU.
Psych Central: Live interactive chats on the Web about mental health, relationship and psychological issues.
The Recovery Village Provides a personalized approach to drug and alcohol addiction. With evidence-based treatment, individual therapy and recreational amenities, each client is empowered to heal through customized care.
The Suicidology Web Site: Understand and Prevent Suicide.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: Improving the health, and safety of America.
Surgeon General’s Report on Mental Health: Review of scientific advances in the study of mental health.
Treatment Advocacy Center: Dedicated to eliminating barriers to the timely & effective treatment of mental illnesses.