myStrength -

myStrength offers web and mobile self-help resources, empowering consumers to be active participants in their journey to becoming – and staying – mentally and physically healthy. myStrength is a FREE online and mobile device website that addresses both physical and emotional health. Users can personalize their experience by utilizing the Health Tracker, creating health and wellness goals, watching videos and accessing a variety of activities that address multiple areas of concern. Topics include: Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Chronic Pain, Drug and Alcohol recovery, and many more.

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CMCA Online Resource Guide -

A comprehensive online resource guide for 8 MO counties including Boone and Cole.


The National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse -

is a consumer-run national technical assistance center serving the mental health consumer movement. The Clearinghouse helps connect individuals to self-help and advocacy resources, and offers expertise to self-help groups and other peer-run services for mental health consumers.

The National Empowerment Center -

website is filled with practical information that will help you recover if you have been labeled with a mental illness.


Alliance for Justice -

Association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, consumer, and women's organizations dedicated to the survival and growth of public interest advocacy.

CHARG Resource Center -

provides mental health treatment, advocacy, self-help and support, and recreational opportunities; offers information about mental illness to the public.

Depressed Anonymous -

is a 12 step program of recovery for persons with depression. -

offers a platform for open peer discussion on the Internet for members in an atmosphere that is both supportive and informative. Participants discuss their experiences with depressive illnesses, other mental health issues, treatment options, and related topics.


Panic Survivor -

This online community provides a forum for people who have been through trauma to tell their stories.

People Who -

is a U S 501 (c) (3) organization incorporated in California. The web site includes information on a wide range issues that impact on the consumer/survivor community

Psychology Self-Help Resources on the Internet -

provides links to noncommercial sites providing information and help about specific disorders. Lists of brochures and articles, commercial psychology-related Web sites, psychology journals on the Web, other psychology resources, and scholarly psychology resources are available here.


Recovery, Inc. -

is a self-help mental health program based on the ground breaking work of our founder a neuropsychiatrist, the late Abraham A. Low, M.D.  It is non-profit, non-sectarian, and completely member managed. Recovery Inc. has been active since 1937 and we have groups meeting every week around the world.

The Medicine Program -

was established by volunteers seeking to help those individuals who could not afford the cost of their prescriptions.



is a place to learn about survival. Covers change, agility, resilience, hardiness, creative adapting, the survivor personality, overcoming job loss, serendipity, successful schizophrenia, synchronicity, the synergistic personality, and other issues related to life skills and mental health.



National Anxiety Foundation -

provides information on anxiety disorders for professionals and the general public. An international directory of anxiety health care professionals is also available on this site.

American Psychological Association -

Consumer Help Center site provides brochures, fact sheets and an online psychologist referral service for persons affected by mental disorders, their families and others who care about them.

Transformations -

A Forum for Self-Help and Recovery is dedicated to helping those in recovery and seeking spiritual growth. The site includes resources and a calendar for live support and recovery group meetings.

Ask NOAH About: Dealing with Traumatic Events -

Resources that address the many issues related to disaster and mental health can be found here. This site is maintained by New York Online Access to Health (NOAH), a partnership of four New York partners including The City University of New York (CUNY).

DBSA (Depressive and Bipolar Support Alliance) -

serves people living with all kinds of mental illnesses, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and other illnesses.