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Support community for people suffering from anxiety, depression, addiction and sexual abuse. Includes personals, forums and advice columns. Self-help books, videos and audio tapes are also available for purchase.
https://www.innerbonding.comsite info

Unlimited access to anxiety, sleep disorder and panic attack resources, help and support, personal coaching and tips, Real Audio sound files, private discussion board, newsletters, live chat and group discussions. Free 7 day trial.
http://www.anxietycentre.comsite info

The focus of the group is to provide structured interactive forums and special programs to help those who suffer from social anxiety disorder (social phobia). Weekly and individual chats using ICQ and suggested reading material.
http://www.socialanxietysupport.comsite info

Social network and community with discussion forum, news, articles, blog, treatment, medication and product reviews, videos, health center and other interactive tools, information and real support for people living with depression.
http://www.depressionconnect.comsite info

Group of people providing mental health information and offering support on many different topics through chat, forums and message boards. Each community has moderated conferences throughout the month where various experts speak on a specific topic.
https://www.healthyplace.comsite info

A community of understanding people going through, or affiliated with someone who is going through, troubled relationships, suicide, depression, abuse, eating disorders, sickness, therapy, and self esteem issues.
http://www.takethislife.comsite info

Refill reminder, body mass index calculator, product information, side effect checklist, personal stories, and optional registration to receive updates, helpful tools, resources and additional information on ABILIFY, Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia.
https://www.abilify.comsite info

For people with Bipolar Disorder and those who care about them. The networking facilities provide a safe and supportive place for interaction between bipolars, their families, and close friends. Many other resources are present, and donations are welcome.
http://www.Harbor-of-Refuge.orgsite info

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