Other Links of Interest

A wide range of resources for therapists, social workers and patients.

Helping you find the right therapist.

About.com Mental Health Resources
Read how others cope with mental illness.

Provides resource information and more to parents and others unjustly accused of abuse, neglect, harrassment, and violence.

Adoption Dilemma
A handbook for adoptive parents by Vincenette Scheppler, M.S.W.

American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse
A database of over 1,100 online self-help support groups.

Annie E. Casey Foundation
Building better futures for disadvantaged children and their families in the U.S.

Band-Aides and Blackboards
A site written by the disabled to help others cope with disability.

BU School of Social Work Student Organizations GLBT Caucus Home Page
Provides support and resources to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender social work students.

CalSWEC (California Social Work Education Center)
The nation`s largest state coalition of social work educators and practionaers.

Care and Health.com
Facilitates and promotes professional information and communication exchange within the social care and health sectors.

A site for social entrepreneurship worldwide.

Child Abuse Prevention Network
The worldwide internet nerve center for professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect.

Child Welfare Resource Center
"building links in the world of child welfare"

A community of people dedicated to breaking the cycle of child abuse and neglect, and serving and strengthening children and families.

Clinical Social Work Guild Local 49 OPEIU/AFL-CIO
Clinical Social Work Federation - Promoting excellence in clinical social work practice.

A not for profit international volunteer organization that operates volunteer programs in 10 countries.

Department of Health and Human Services (U.S.)
Leading America to better health, safety, and well being.

Department of Veterans Affairs
Online services and support for veterans.

Helps you locate dialysis units closest to you.

Disaster Mental Health
Contains a collection of detailed information designed to help mental health workers assist disaster/trauma victims and fellow workers/crisis counselors.

Dual Diagnosis Web Site
Informational site on co-occurring mental illness, drug addiction, and/or alcoholism in various combinations.

Dual Recovery Anonymous
An independent, 12 step, nonprofesional, self-help organization for people with a dual diagnosis.

Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network provides a state-wide directory of programs, advocacy organizations, self-help support groups, and service providers.

Eating disorder referral and informaion center.

Offers a solution to the problem of connecting people to the right therapist, in the right way, at the right time.

Burned out? Excercise your sense of humor... and your career options.

An international organization for survivors of trauma and victimization.

Global Volunteer Network
Connecting people with developing communities in need.

Working to make online collaberation and information sharing a reality for the human services community.

Healing Children`s Grief: Surviving a Parent`s Death from Cancer, a book by Grace Hyslop Christ, DSW, Columbia University.

Provides professionally reviewed non-commercial web sites to help you investigate concerns, problems, and questions related to mental and emotional health, aging well, and elder care.

HIV InSite
Comprehensive, up-to-date information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and policy from the universities of CASF School of Medicine.

HIV/AIDS Content in Social Work Education
Helps provide resources and links for those who are interested in HIV/AIDS and social work education.

Promoting the ethical and effective use of IT to better serve humanity.

International Federation of Social Workers
Makes it possible to link to social work globally and to member organizations and collegues in 77 countries.

Provides a comfortable way to select your marriage or family therapist, clinical social worker, or mental health counselor.

Making Life Work Better
A resourse site for America`s Professional Social Workers.

Mental Health InfoSource
Your source for mental health education that keeps you up to date on whats offered.

Information and resources for consumers, profesionals, students, and supporters.

Mental health information, resources, communities, books, and support.

National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW)
Providing human services, educating social workers, and providing opportunities for participation of Black social workers in the social welfare arena, in the Black community.

National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information
A natioanl resource for professionals and others seeking information on child abuse and neglect, and child welfare.

National Coalition for the Homeless
Their mission is to end homelessness.

Healthcare innovations for the millenium.

A non-profit organization dedicated to helping parents get educated about youth behavior health issues including substance abuse, ADHD, lying, suicide, and depression.

Professional Ethics
A resource for clinicians created by Edward Geraty LCSW-C. LCPC at Behavioral Science Consultants, LLC.

Professional Parenthood: A Guide for Foster Care
A booklet by Vincenette Scheppler, M.S.W. for substitute parents, recruiting and training foster parents, and for foster children.

Articles from Seattle`s homeless newspaper, and links to other homeless newspapers in your city.

Sibling abuse survivors information and advocacy.

A not-for-profit information, support, and education center.

One of the world`s largest and most visited mental health sites on the net.

Provides adults 50+ access to education about computer technology and the internet to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.

Shirley`s List of Web Resources
Annotated links to over 500 social work-related Web sites.

The alcoholism and addictions resource guide.

Social Work Cafe
Finding personal connections across the new social work frontier.

Social Work History Station
Go on a historic ride through social work history.

Aiming to unite professional social workers and elevate the public perception and value of social work across Massachusetts... and beyond.

Combining the leadership expertise of a superior manager with the people-centered focus of a social work practioner.

The premier directory for support-related online communities and message boards, chats, organizations, and information on over 300 health, personal, and relationship topics.

SWAN (Social Work Access Network)
Dedicated to promoting technology as an instructional enhancement tool across the social work curriculum.

The Bright Side-Wings of Support
Educational materials, articles by top experts, personal stories, and other resources to help you cope with whatever mental or emotional difficulty you or a loved one may be experiencing.

Enables you to find or post volunteer opportunities in your area.

Tom Golden`s crisis, grief and healing page.

Working with Young People
Informational and helpful site for parents, social workers, social work students, and teachers.

Youth Change
Your problem-kid problem-solver.



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