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  1. Alcoholics Anonymous: Information and local contact information

  2. American Self-Help Clearinghouse: A directory of support and advocacy groups in the U.S. and Canada

  3. Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Information on AD/HD

  4. Children's Defense Fund: Statistics, health insurance, resource network for parents

  5. Cocaine Anonymous: A self-test and local contact information

  6. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: Health provider recommendations, educational materials, statistics and news

  7. Gamblers Anonymous: A self-test and local contact information

  8. Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law: News and alerts

  9. Manic-Depressive and Depressive Association of Boston: A directory of support services

  10. Narcotics Anonymous World Services: News and publicaitons

  11. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill: Fact sheets, research and e-mail alerts

  12. National Coalition for the Homeless: Directories, facts and education materials

  13. National Health Care for the Homeless Council: Advocacy and policy

  14. National Mental Health Association: Fact sheets, news and directory of affiliates

  15. PFLAG: Information, publications and a directory of chapters

  16. PFLAG Canada: Information and a directory of chapters

  17. World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders: Publications

Massachusetts Resources

  1. Families for Depression Awareness: Information, support and family profiles

  2. M-Power: Newsletter and recovery support

  3. NAMI of Massachusetts: Education, support, information and referrals

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