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001. 800-21-PSYCH
002. 800-299-MINDS
003. 800-299-SHRINK
004. 800-3-DEPRESSION
005. 800-300-LOONY
006. 800-31-HYPNOSIS
007. 800-357-DAFT
008. 800-4-CRAZED
009. 800-4-SCHIZOPHRENIA
010. 800-440-SLOW
011. 800-47-WEIRD
012. 800-5-BERSERK
013. 800-5-MEMORY
014. 800-5-MUTISM
015. 800-5-SUBFOCAL
016. 800-50-DENIAL
017. 800-57-MANIA
018. 800-60-MADLY
019. 800-600-CRAZY
020. 800-68-BATTY
021. 800-7-NEUROLOGY
022. 800-8-CONSCIOUS and 800-U-CONSCIOUS
023. 800-8-DERANGED
024. 800-8-UNRESTRAINED
025. 800-814-PSYCH
026. 800-82-PSYCHIATRIST
027. 800-85-THERAPY
028. 800-9-NEUROTIC
029. 800-99-LOONY
030. 800-ANGER-FREE
031. 800-CLAUSTROPHOBIA
032. 800-CRAZE-LINE
033. 800-CRAZY-ASK
034. 800-CUCKOO-HELP
035. 800-DAZE-NOW
036. 800-DENIAL-CALL
037. 800-DENIAL-LINE
038. 800-DOWN-HELP
039. 800-DR-DYSLEXIA
040. 800-DUMMY-AID
041. 800-EZ-ANXIOUS
042. 800-EZ-LOONY
043. 800-FIX-MELANCHOLY
044. 800-GET-ASYLUM
045. 800-GO-SENILE
046. 800-ISSUE-YOUR-CARD
047. 800-KID-PSYCHIATRIST
048. 800-MANIA-LINE
049. 800-MD-ALZHEIMER and 800-MD-ALZHEIMERS
050. 800-MED-SCHIZOPHRENIA
Latest Mental-Illness News
Why Dont Consumers Have More Access To Supported Employment?
Accessing supported employment services can be a challenge for consumers with serious mental illness (SMI). Only about 2.1% of consumers with SMI who received mental health services through their state mental health agency had access to supported ...
Updated: 12/05/2018 11:11P
Study: Childhood infections may increase risk of developing mental illness
Infections that were deemed less serious and could be treated in an outpatient setting with an antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal or antiparasitic medications increased a childs chance of getting a mental illness diagnosis by 40 percent and a 22
Updated: 12/05/2018 09:29P
Letter: Column a disservice to mental illness patients
We are deeply concerned about The Fayetteville Observers Nov. 30 publication of Steven Edelmans op-ed column on an alleged link between psychiatric drugs and violent behavior. In his argument, he cites information from a known anti-psychiatry group, ...
Updated: 12/05/2018 06:05P
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