Free Mental Health Resources & Printables Library

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FREE WORKSHEETS

Mental Health


List of Helplines

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List of Emotions

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Anger Worksheets

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Anxiety Worksheets

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Avoidance Worksheets

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Body Image Worksheets

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Body Shame Worksheets

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CBT Worksheets Bundle

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Codependency Worksheets

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Coping Thoughts Worksheets

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Depression Worksheets

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Depression – List of Pleasant Activities

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Emotional Neglect Worksheets

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Emotional Sobriety Worksheets

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Find Your Purpose Worksheets

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Forgiveness Worksheets

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Gratitude Journaling Prompts

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Grief WorkSheets

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Imposter Syndrome Worksheets

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Inner Child Healing Worksheets

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Inner Teenager Healing Worksheets

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List of Bodily Sensations

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List of Traits

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List of Values

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Mental Health Worksheets

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Mother Wounds Worksheets

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Negative Core Beliefs List

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Negative Thoughts Worksheets

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People-pleasing Worksheets

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Personal Bill of Right

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Primary Personality Traits

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Self-Care Worksheets

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Self-Compassionate Statements

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Self-Esteem Worksheets

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Shadow Work PDF

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Therapy Guide

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Relationships


Breakup Recovery Worksheets

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Dating Checklist

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Emotional Intimacy Prompts

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Getting Back Together After Separation Prompts

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Healthy Relationship Checklist

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Improve Your Relationship Worksheets

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Jealousy Worksheets

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List of Relationship Values

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Post-breakup Journaling Prompts

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Relationship Reflection

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Toxic Partner Worksheets

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Journaling Prompts

Mental Health

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QUIZZES

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FREE PRINTABLES

OTHER RESOURCES

If you want good recommendations for books, podcasts, and apps and other resources to improve your mental health, you’ll find the answers here!

TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES

Psychology TodayA directory that helps you sort treatment providers by specialty, insurance, and location.

Counselling Directory – A UK directory connecting you to local counsellors and psychotherapists.

7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.

Online-Therapy.com an online-therapy service that offers weekly live therapy sessions (chat, phone, and/or video sessions) with your personal licensed and certified therapist along with other resources based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. (Starting from $31,96/wk)

HELPLINES

UK Lines

PAPYRUS UK: Suicide prevention helpline. Phone:  0800 068 4141 (Mon-Fri,10am-5pm & 7-10pm. Weekends 2-5pm)

Samaritans UK: Support for those experiencing emotional distress. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)

Mind UK: Provides views and needs of people with mental illness. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)

Anxiety UK: Support for people with Anxiety. Phone: 08444 775 774 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5.30pm)

No Panic UK: Support for people who suffer with panic attacks and OCD. Phone: 0844 967 4848 (daily, 10am-10pm)

OCD UK: Information and support for people with OCD. Phone: 0845 390 6232 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm)

International Lines

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline: Information and support for people suffering with mental illness. Phone: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) (Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST)

Crisis Text Line: Support and guidance via text message, for people with mental illness.  Text: “home” to 741741

MENTAL HEALTH

BOOKS

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life

(Don’t) Call Me Crazy

PODCASTS

Dear Therapists Podcast

Where Should We Begin?

TED TALKS

How Changing Your Story Can Change Your Life from Lori Gottlied

There’s No Shame in Taking Care of Your Mental Health from  Sangu Delle

The Bridge Between Suicide And Life from Kevin Briggs

The Power of Addiction and The Addiction of Power from Gabor Mate

On Being Just Crazy Enough from Joshua Walters

The Voices In My Head from Eleanor Longdon

Toward A New Understanding Of Mental Health from Thomas Insel

APPS

Breathing

Apps like Prana BreathMindShift CBTBreath Ball, and Health through Breath can help make breathing exercises easier.

Mindfulness

Apps like The Mindfulness AppHeadspaceCalm, and buddhify can help introduce you to mindfulness and silent meditations.

Yoga

You can also use phone apps like, Daily Yoga (iPhoneAndroid), Yoga Studio (iPhoneAndroid), Down Dog (iPhoneAndroid), Glo (iPhone), Yoga – Track Yoga (Android), Yoga for Beginners (iPhone), Yoga Daily Fitness (Android).

Blog Posts

ANXIETY

ANXIETY TESTS

Only a mental health professional can help you determine what anxiety disorder you may be suffering from. These tests cannot and should not serve as an official diagnosis.

ORGANIZATIONS

INFORMATION

Centre for clinical interventions’ Anxiety Guide

National Institute of Mental Health’s Shareable Resources on Anxiety Disorders: Informational graphics to help raise awareness about stress and anxiety that you can download or share on Facebook.

Anxiety & Depression Association of America Downloadable Brochures

HealthMatch complete guide about anxiety: This guide includes an overview of the symptoms, causes, treatments, and prevention, and answers to uncommon questions about anxiety.

BLOG POSTS

FREE ANXIETY WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS

PROGRESSIVE RELAXATION

Download two progressive relaxation tapes from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges website.

MEDITATION FOR ANXIETY

10-Minute Meditation For Anxiety

10 Minute Guided Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety

15 Minute Guided Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety

NETWORKING

Social Anxiety Support Forums – A forum community dedicated to people with social anxiety.

BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR (BIPOC) COMMUNITIES

Asian Mental Health Collective this website features an Asian, Pacific Islander, and South Asian American therapist directory and aims to normalize and destigmatize mental health within the Asian community.

Black Mental Health Alliance also offers a directory of Black psychiatrists.

Inclusive Therapists helps “center the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and the LGBTQIA2S+ community” while respecting the neurodiversity spectrum and advocating “for mental health care accessibility for people with disabilities or disabled people.”

ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES

APPS

Moodfit (Android/iphone):  a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day. 

MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:

  • Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
  • Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
  • Physical activities such as push-ups
  • Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts

Headspace (Android/iphone): a meditation app that can help you learn how to live mindfully with a variety of themed sessions on everything from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.

Happify (Android/iphone): a fun app that will keep you engaged while also boosting your mood. The games in the app are science-based activities meant to reduce stress, build resilience, and overcome negative thoughts. 

Shine (Android/iphone): a female-focused, self-care app that helps users “rest, heal and grow through difficulty.” It delivers motivational messages through text and audio. Shine also offers an inclusive community so you can connect with other members.

Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.

Dare — Break Free From Anxiety (Android/iphone): The app walks you through audio recordings to help you sit comfortably with your anxiety rather than avoiding it and making it worse. It gives you something to focus on while you breathe deeply, and other additional helpful content.

AntiStress Anxiety Relief Game (Android/iphone): The app includes little, fun distractions like bubble wrap popping, fidget spinners, pen clicking, soap carving, and many more, to help take your mind off what’s making you anxious.

Anxiety Relief Hypnosis (Android): The app includes science-backed tools and techniques meant to help soothe your anxiety, relieve stress, PTSD, and OCD.

TED TALKS

Don’t Believe Everything You Think : Lauren Weinstein

3 Ways To Cope With Anxiety : Olivia Remes

How I Live With High-Functioning Anxiety : Jordan Raskopoulos

Be The Warrior Not The Worrier – Angela Ceberano

Breaking Free From Anxiety : Mel Schwartz

Getting Stuck In The Negatives (And How To Get Unstuck) : Alison Ledgerwood

PODCASTS

Anxious in Austin (Apple, Podbean, and Google Play) hosted by Dr. Marianne Stout and Dr. Thomas Smithyman, Austin-based psychologist

Anxiety Slayer (ApplePodbean, and AnxietySlayer.com) hosted by Shann Vander Leek and Ananga Sivyer

The Calmer You Podcast with Chloe Brotheridge (ApplePlayerFM and Calmer-you.com) hosted by Chloe Brotheridge, a hypnotherapist, anxiety coach, and author.

The Anxiety Coaches Podcast with Gina Ryan (AppleStitcher and PlayerFM) hosted by Gina Ryan

Social Anxiety Solutions (AppleStitcherPlayerFM and Podbean) hosted by Sebastiaan van der Schrier, a former social anxiety sufferer and a current social confidence coach

YOUTUBE CHANNELS FOR ANXIETY

Anxiety United: The channel has plenty of archive videos with information on anxiety and panic disorder along with vlog episodes featuring real-time exposure therapy treatments of anxiety and agoraphobia.

Anxiety Canada: A registered charity and non-profit organization, Anxiety Canada provides resources for anxiety treatment, recovery.

The Anxiety GuyDennis Simsek – A former professional tennis player who suffered greatly with health anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic attacks and performance anxiety on the tennis court reveals his secrets to overcoming his challenges.

Nature Relaxation Films: Nature Relaxation™ offers soothing videos of nature scenes from Norway, Greece, and the Caribbean that might be helpful for those struggling with anxiety. 

DEPRESSION

HELPLINES

National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is a mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour, toll-free.

In the U.S.: Find DBSA Chapters/Support Groups or call the NAMI Helpline for support and referrals at 1-800-950-6264

UK: Find Depression support groups in-person and online or call the Mind Infoline at 0300 123 3393

Australia: Find Support Groups and regional resources or call the SANE Help Centre at 1800 18 7263

India: Call the Vandrevala Foundation Helpline (India) at 1860 2662 345 or 1800 2333 330

Canada: Call Mood Disorders Society of Canada at 519-824-5565

Suicide prevention help

In the U.S.: Call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

UK and Ireland: Call Samaritans UK at 116 123

Australia: Call Lifeline Australia at 13 11 14

Other countries: Visit IASP or International Suicide Hotlines to find a helpline near you

INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

Depression Resource Center Contains consumer-friendly definitions, answers to frequently asked questions, clinical resources, and expert videos about childhood depression.

Facts for Families Provides concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families.

Families for Depression Awareness Education, training, and support to help families who are coping with mood disorders.

American Foundation For Suicide Prevention (AFSP) A voluntary health organization that is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. 

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) A nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depressive, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders through education, practice, and research.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Peer-based (patients talking to patients) services and resources related to depression and bipolar disorder. 

Postpartum Depression

Moms’ Mental Health Matters This initiative is designed to educate consumers and health care providers about who is at risk for depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy, the signs of these problems, and how to get help.

Depression in Women Learn about depression in women (including causes, symptoms, and treatment) from the National Institute of Mental Health.

Postpartum Depression Fact Sheet This fact sheet from the American Psychological Association discusses the symptoms, associated factors, prevention, and treatment for postpartum depression.

Video to Raise Awareness About Postpartum Depression

Brain Fit Online brain games, exercises, and tools to train your brain with a personalized plan to boost memory, mood, focus and energy.

DEPRESSION SCREENING

The Depression Screening website is sponsored by Mental Health America as part of the Campaign for America’s Mental Health. It will help you get screened for symptoms of depression and guide you toward appropriate professional help if necessary.

FREE DEPRESSION WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS

APPS

Depression CBT Self-Help Guide (Android): The app provides education on depression and the best strategies for managing the symptoms using CBT techniques. It encourages you to engage in self-care behaviors to improve your mood. 

Sanvello: Anxiety & Depression (Android/iphone): A mindfulness app that helps you identify your feelings, then move toward acceptance and peace. It offers helpful techniques, such as visualization, mindfulness meditation, and muscle relaxation, all while nature soundscapes nudge you toward relaxation and calm.

MindDoc (Android/iphone): The app is geared toward facilitating conversations with a professional, but you can also find more than 150 tools to work on your mental health within the app.

TalkLife: Depression & Anxiety (Android/iphone): The app offers connection and community support similar to group therapy.

Daylio Journal (Android/iphone): The app helps you pinpoint your mood fluctuations sooner so you can make the adjustments you need.

PODCASTS

Feeling Good Podcast by Dr. David Burns, an adjunct professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine

Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych hosted by Clinical psychologist Dr. Robert Duff

The Hilarious World of Depression hosted by Public Radio Host and humor writer John Moe

Defeat Postpartum Depression podcast hosted by Arielle Wozniak, a Maternal Mental Wellness Coach with personal experience of postpartum depression.

Brain Warrior’s Way podcast hosted by Dr. Daniel G. Amen, MD and Tana Amen, BSN, RN. 

The Depression Files podcast hosted by Al Levin

TED TALKS

Jake Tyler: “I’m Fine” – Learning To Live With Depression

Johann Hari: This could be why you’re depressed or anxious 

Nikki Webber Allen: Don’t suffer from your depression in silence 

Kevin Breel: Confessions of a depressed comic 

Bill Bernat: How to connect with depressed friends

Sangu Delle: There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health 

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POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

HELPLINES

NAMI Helpline for support and referrals 1-800-950-6264

UK: Mind Infoline 0300 123 3393

Australia: SANE Help Centre 1800 18 7263

India:  Vandrevala Foundation Helpline 1860 2662 345 or 1800 2333 330

Canada: Mood Disorders Society of Canada 519-824-5565

SUICIDE PREVENTION HELP

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (is a 24-hour, toll-free) 1-800-273-8255

UK: Samaritans UK 116 123

Australia: Lifeline Australia 13 11 14

The crisis text line is available 24/7 in the United States and Canada (text 741741), the UK (text 85258), and Ireland (text 086 1800 280).

Other countries: Visit International Suicide Hotlines to find a helpline near you or SuicideStop.com

TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES

Postpartum Support International offers a directory, PSIDirectory.com , to help you find a specialist worldwide.

INFORMATION

RESOURCES SPECIFICALLY FOR MOTHERS WHO ARE BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR

Shades of Blue Project

ShadesofBlueProject.org

@shadesofblueproject

Black Mamas Matter Alliance

BlackMamasMatter.org

@blackmamasmatter

Every Mother Counts

EveryMotherCounts.org

@everymomcounts

The Black Doula

TheBlackDoula.com

@theblackdoula

National Birth Equity Collaboration

BirthEquity.org

@birthequity

Black Emotional Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

BEAM.Community

@_beamorg

Sisters in Loss

SistersInLoss.com

@sistersinloss

Broken Brown Egg

TheBrokenBrownEgg.org

@brokenbrownegg

The Lactation Therapist

TheLactationTherapist.com

@thelactationtherapist

Shivonne Odom, LCPC, LPC, NCC, CSC

AkomaCounselingConcepts.com

@akoma_counseling

PERINATAL LOSS RESOURCES

Star Legacy Foundation

Star Legacy Foundation provides live, interactive, online support groups for families who have experienced a perinatal loss and for individuals experiencing a pregnancy after a loss.

StarLegacyFoundation.org

@starlegacyfoundation

Miscarriage Hurts

MiscarriageHurts.com

Return to Zero: H.O.P.E.

RTZ HOPE is dedicated to “transforming the culture of silence and isolation around pregnancy and infant loss.”

RTZHope.org

@rtzhope

Accounts that focus on PPD and maternal mental health:

@postpartumstress (and the hashtag #SpeakTheSecret)

@fourthtrimestercollective

@shadesofblueproject

@momandmind (and her podcast Mom & Mind )

@burdtherapy

@postpartumsupportinternational

@postpartumhealthalliance

@mommyandme.therapist

@nayeli_lcsw

Accounts that support new moms and parents:

@mother.ly (and their website Mother.ly )

@firstlatch

@iamksealsallers

@blackmamasmatter

@drsterlingobgyn

@imomsohard

@sobermomtribe

For transgestational, genderqueer, and non-binary parents:

@biffandi

@familyequality

Blog Post

How To Treat Postpartum Depression Naturally? Top 10 Powerful Postpartum Depression Natural Treatments (+FREE PPD Resources)

OCD

HELPLINES

UK Lines

Samaritans UK: Support for those experiencing emotional distress. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)

Mind UK: Provides views and needs of people with mental illness. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)

OCD UK: Information and support for people with OCD. Phone: 0845 390 6232 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm)

International Lines

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline: Information and support for people suffering with mental illness. Phone: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) (Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST)

Crisis Text Line: Support and guidance via text message, for people with mental illness.  Text: “home” to 741741

Progressive Relaxation

Download two progressive relaxation tapes from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges website.

Information

OCD-UK a dynamic UK charity aims to bring the facts about OCD to the public and to support those who suffer in silence from this often debilitating anxiety disorder.

International OCD Foundation one of the best online resources for those interested in learning more about OCD.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) The site has a “find a therapist” directory, peer-to-peer support groups, blog posts, webinars, and podcasts to provide people with information and resources for OCD and other diagnoses. when searching for a therapist for OCD, consider looking for someone who specializes in exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy.

BeyondOCD.org aims to increase awareness and understanding of OCD.

OCD Challenge a completely free, self-guided program that those with OCD can utilize to help manage their symptoms.

OCD Websites and Blogs

  • OCDChallenge: OCD Challenge is a free online, interactive, behavioral program designed to help people suffering from OCD.
  • SecretIllness: A global community that explores the realities of living with OCD through the Creative Arts.
  • IntrusiveThoughts: Stories, infographics, and information about OCD shared from members of the OCD community.
  • TreatMyOCDBlog: Stories, infographics, and information about OCD shared from members of the OCD community.
  • OCD Stories on The Mighty: The Mighty is a story-based health community focused on improving the lives of people facing disease, disorder, mental illness, and disability.

NETWORKING

OCD-Support group a support group dedicated to providing guidance and support to those with OCD and the friends and family of those affected by OCD.

Everything OCD a Facebook group for those with OCD and their loved ones to gather and support one another.

OCD Peers a peer support community.

PODCASTS

“The OCD Stories podcast hosted by Stuart Ralph

AT Parenting Survival Podcast hosted by Natasha Daniels

OCD Recovery hosted by ALI GREYMOND

FearCast Podcast hosted by Kevin Foss

APPS

GG OCD (Android/iphone): aims to improve symptoms of OCD, specifically negative thinking, by increasing the user’s awareness of negative thoughts and training the brain to challenge them. 

NOCD (Android/iphone): an app for individuals with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. NOCD helps consumers with two types of treatments: Mindfulness and Exposure Response Prevention Treatment.

Obsessive Compulsive OCD Test (iphone): designed for adolescent and adults dealing with OCD symptoms and behaviors. It provides screening and psychoeducation to help users determine the presence and severity of OCD symptoms and learn what OCD is.

Liberate: My OCD Fighter (Android): an app intended to help those who are experiencing symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

TED TALKS

#OCD: Starving The Monster : Tauscha Johanson

Debunking The Myths of OCD : Dr. Natasha M.Santos

It’s Okay Not to Be Okay: OCD and Mindfulness : Daniel McCutchen

Me, the 18 Year Old with OCD – Bella Demarco

Blog Post

EATING DISORDER

Online Eating Disorder Test

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have a eating disorder.

Hotlines

National Eating Disorders Association hotline: 1–800–931–2237

Crisis Text Line: 24/7 text line for anyone to anonymously speak to a trained professional about mental health concerns. Text HOME to 741741.

Finding Professional Help

EDReferral.comThe website allows you to search specifically for providers with eating disorders experience near you.

Information and Support

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders ANAD includes information about eating disorders, how to seek treatment and support groups for people suffering from eating disorders and their families.

National Eating Disorders Association has stories of recovery from eating disorders, information about seeking treatment and additional resources for school professionals and caregivers.

NIMH the website has links to more information about eating disorders.

Proud2Bme: An online community for teens that encourages healthy body image.

Ellyn Satter InstituteAn organization that aims to educate parents about healthy ways to approach food and eating with their children, based upon the writings of dietitian Ellyn Satter.

FEAST (Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders): An organization that provides education and support for family members of loved ones with eating disorders.

Manna FundA not-for-profit organization that assists with financial aspects of treatment.

Project HealA not-for-profit organization that offers scholarships for treatment as well as a peer-based mentor network.

Support Groups

NEDA Network of Virtual Support Groups, NEDA: list of virtual support groups for different time zones offered by multiple organizations dedicated to eating disorder recovery across the United States.

The Sanctuary, Beat Eating Disorders: information about an online chat room for U.K. residents recovering from an eating disorder.

Eating Disorder Foundation Support Groups, Eating Disorder Foundationlist of recurring virtual support groups for people recovering from eating disorders, as well as family members and friends who are supporting someone through recovery.

The Alliance Support Groups, The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness:  list of virtual support groups and answers to frequently asked questions about what to expect from attending.

Around the Dinner Table Forum, FEAST: online community of parents of eating disorder patients around the world.

Coffee and Conversations for Moms, Rock Recovery:  monthly virtual support group for mothers who are recovering from an eating disorder.

Free Eating Disorder and Mental Health Support Groups, Center for Discovery Eating Disorder Treatment: free platform for peer-based support groups for anyone who has been affected by an eating disorder or seeking mental health support.

Chat Rooms, Beat Eating Disorders: list of chat rooms for people in the U.K. to connect with each other and find support.

Podcasts

The Recovery Warrior Show, Recovery Warriors:  podcast about support and inspiration for people who are recovering from an eating disorder.

The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast: podcast where hosts discuss the psychology of eating disorders, body image and recovery processes for a variety of eating disorder diagnoses.

ED Matters Podcast: weekly podcast that covers timely topics for people in different age groups and sexual minorities, including recovery while social distancing.

Dietitians Unplugged Podcast: monthly podcast series that features registered dietitians as guests and discusses healthy, body image and intuitive eating practices.

TED Talks

It’s time to do eating disorder recovery differently from Kristie Amadio

What if you have an eating disorder? from Alexa Kalach

Eating disorders: a mental illness, not a lifestyle choice from Viveca Lee

Removing the Stigma of Talking About Eating Disorders from Gabrielle Bernstein

Eating Disorders: When Light is Dark from Anastasia Broder

Learning About Health from Eating Disorders from Raquel Rose

Books

Book Recommendations About Eating Disorder Recovery, ANAD: list of books about eating disorders recommended by the organization.

Eating Disorder Book Reviews, ED Referral: monthly review including a summary of the book and a review about its helpfulness for patients, care providers and other groups.

Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight, Linda Bacon, PhD

Loving Someone with an Eating Disorder, Dana Harron, PsyD

Life Without Ed, Jenni Schaefer

Blog Posts

BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (BPD)

ONLINE BPD TEST

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have a borderline personality disorder.

HELPLINES

In the U.S.: Call the NAMI HelpLine at 1-800-950-6264

UK: Call the the Mind infoline at 0300 123 3393

Australia: Call the Sane Helpline at 1800 187 263

CanadaFind Your CMHA for a helpline near you

India: Call the Vandrevala Foundation Helpline at 1860 2662 345 or 1800 2333 330

INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

Borderline Personality Disorder – Overview of symptoms, causes, and treatment. (National Institute of Mental Health)

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) –Explains borderline personality disorder (BPD) including possible causes, how you can access treatment and support, and tips for helping yourself. (Mind)

What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)? – A comprehensive article with ten short videos. (Behavioral Tech)

Schema Therapy – This site presents information about the treatment method founded by Jeffrey Young, Ph.D.

BPDCentral It offers a wide variety of information about BPD, including articles, excerpts from books, links and resources, basic and advanced information about BPD and much more.

Facing the Facts: When a Loved One Has Borderline Personality Disorder – An extensive site about BPD for family members. It contains a reliable resource list of links, support groups, and books.

Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified – This is an up-to-date site by Robert Friedel, MD, a leading BPD psychiatrist and author of Borderline Personality Disorder Demystified.

Touch Another Heart: Empathy and Listening Skills for Emotional Intimacy – This is an informative site about empathic acknowledgment – a key way to improve communication with individuals who have BPD.

BPDRecovery – An extensive site for people with the disorder, which features a message-board community.

Middle Path: Awareness, Compassion, and Support for Borderline Personality Disorder – This is a nonprofit online resource for people with BPD.

Florida Borderline Personality Disorder Association

NETWORKS

#BPDChat on Twitter. is an encouraging and hopeful resource for many people who are seeking connection and encouragement.

APPS

Moodfit (Android/iphone):  a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day. 

MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:

  • Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
  • Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
  • Physical activities such as push-ups
  • Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts

Headspace (Android/iphone): a meditation app that can help you learn how to live mindfully with a variety of themed sessions on everything from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.

Happify (Android/iphone): a fun app that will keep you engaged while also boosting your mood. The games in the app are science-based activities meant to reduce stress, build resilience, and overcome negative thoughts. 

Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.

PODCASTS

Therapy For Real Life Podcast (Anna Cedar, LCSW)

To Hell and Back (Charlie Swenson, MD)

TED TALKS

Borderline talks back | Coral More

My identity crisis has a first name | Stephanie Vicente

Mindfluness: All it takes is 10 mindful minutes | Andy Puddicombe

Blog Posts

BIPOLAR DISORDER

ONLINE BIPOLAR DISORDER TEST

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have a bipolar disorder.

HELPLINES

In the U.S.: Call the NAMI HelpLine at 1-800-950-6264 or find DBSA Chapters/Support Groups in your area. (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance)

UK: Call the peer support line at 0333 323 3880 and leave a message for a return call or Find a Support Group near you. (Bipolar UK)

Australia: Call the Sane Helpline at 1800 187 263 or find a local Support Group. (Bipolar Australia)

Canada: Visit Finding Help for links to provincial helplines and support groups. (Mood Disorders Society of Canada)

India: Call the Helpline at 1860 2662 345 or 1800 2333 330. (Vandrevala Foundation)

INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Peer-based (patients talking to patients) services and resources related to depression and bipolar disorder. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI works to support and educate the public about various mental disorders, with the goal of improving the quality of life for all people diagnosed with mental illness.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration SAMHSA is a government resource for finding information and treatment resources for mental illness. 

APPS

Moodfit (Android/iphone):  a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day. 

MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:

  • Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
  • Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
  • Physical activities such as push-ups
  • Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts

Headspace (Android/iphone): a meditation app that can help you learn how to live mindfully with a variety of themed sessions on everything from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.

Happify (Android/iphone): a fun app that will keep you engaged while also boosting your mood. The games in the app are science-based activities meant to reduce stress, build resilience, and overcome negative thoughts. 

Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.

TED TALKS

What is bipolar disorder? | Helen Farrell

Destigmatizing bipolar depression | Eric Chase

Being bipolar is my strength | Nadya van der Sluis

Taking Off the Mask of Bipolar; Remove the stigma from mental illness | Jame Geathers

Living with Bipolar Type II | Laura Bain

Blog Posts

AUTISM

ONLINE AUTISM TEST

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have Autism.

AUTISM ONLINE RESOURCES

They include national organizations, parent-written blogs, resources for siblings, etc.

Autism Speaks — the site has research, family services, and advocacy.

Autism Society — resources on living with autism, the latest research, and opportunities for involvement.

Autism Consortium — includes information on the latest scientific developments and a famous annual research symposium.

Autism Women’s Network — site geared specifically for women, includes real-life blogs.

Dads 4 Special Kids — for fathers who are raising kids with special needs, includes Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Plan for families.

Sibling Support Project — includes resources, activities, games, and support groups for siblings of kids with special needs.

AutismWeb – the site offers training methods, special diets, and books on how to care for a child with autism.

Autism Now — the site provides information to help people with autism transition into the classroom, into the workforce, and into the community.

Financial Aid for Disabled Students — provides information and listings for scholarships and grants for students with disabilities.

Jobs for Autism — lists job resources for young adults with autism, and includes information on applying and independent living.

Train 4 Autism — helps organize groups of people who want to raise awareness for autism by participating in marathons, 5Ks, and other sporting events.

Autism Adventure Travel — it’s a travel service that helps to plan vacations for special needs families.

eSpecialMatch — a social media network (similar to Facebook), where families and people with special needs can connect with organizations, professionals, and each other.

Special Kids Photography of America – the site includes a directory of photographers who are specially trained to work with children with special needs.

The Third Glance – a blog where a young female PhD student, who also happens to have autism, shares her life, how she interacts with other students, and how she lives independently.

First Signs — a site that links parents to research universities doing autism-related studies and looking for participants.

TED TALKS

How Autism Freed MeRosie King

What We Know (and What We Don’t Know Yet): Wendy Chung

What I’ve Learned From My Autistic Brothers : Faith Jegede

The World Needs All Kinds of Minds: Temple Grandin

A Word Game To Communicate In Any LanguageAjit Narayanan

Blog Posts

PTSD

ONLINE PTSD TEST

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have a PTSD.

HELPLINES

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (also affiliated with Mental Health America): (800) 273-TALK (8255). Available any time of day or night, 365 days a year, this toll-free PTSD helpline has trained volunteers standing by to provide crisis intervention, to offer support for people in distress, and to give information and referrals to people with PTSD and their loved ones.

Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273-TALK (8255) and press “1”. This toll-free hotline is available for veterans and their loved ones. You can also send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential, free support and referrals.

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741. This service is available 24/7 and provides free crisis support and information via text.

National Hopeline Network: (800) 442-HOPE (4673). Available 365 days a year, volunteers who staff this toll-free hotline are specially trained in crisis intervention to provide support, information, and referrals to people in need. You can also access services via chat by pressing the “Chat Now” button on its website.

PTSD Foundation of America, Veteran Line: (877) 717-PTSD (7873). Providing referrals, information, and helpful resources to veterans and their families, this toll-free hotline is available 24/7.

Lifeline for Vets: (888) 777-4443. Also geared toward veterans and their families, this toll-free PTSD helpline provides crisis intervention, referrals, and information.

TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES

Psychology TodayA directory that helps you sort treatment providers by specialty, insurance, and location.

Counselling Directory – A UK directory connecting you to local counsellors and psychotherapists.

7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.

Online-Therapy.com an online-therapy service that offers weekly live therapy sessions (chat, phone, and/or video sessions) with your personal licensed and certified therapist along with other resources based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. (Starting from $31,96/wk)

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INFORMATION AND SUPPORT

PTSD Foundation of AmericaThe foundation has a variety of programs designed to promote healing and offers a wealth of resources on peer mentoring, group meetings, and other forms of counseling.

PTSD United: The site features forums and support groups that allow survivors to share their personal stories or to read the stories of others.

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health  provides training, support and consultation to advocates, mental health and substance abuse treatment providers, legal professionals and policymakers as they work to improve agency and systems-level responses to survivors and their children.

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)  assists in the improvement of access to care, treatment and services for children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events. They have multiple resources on integrating trauma-informed care for children and adolescents in the child welfare system.

The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study  website provides information about this ongoing research project. The ACE study had collected an unprecedented amount of data linking traumatic experiences in childhood and adverse adolescent and adult outcomes.

FREE TRAUMA WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS

APPS

Moodfit (Android/iphone):  a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day. 

MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:

  • Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
  • Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
  • Physical activities such as push-ups
  • Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts

Headspace (Android/iphone): a meditation app that can help you learn how to live mindfully with a variety of themed sessions on everything from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.

Happify (Android/iphone): a fun app that will keep you engaged while also boosting your mood. The games in the app are science-based activities meant to reduce stress, build resilience, and overcome negative thoughts. 

Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.

TED TALKS

Can we edit memories? | Amy Milton

The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder | Joelle Maletis

We train soldiers for war. Let’s train them to come home, too | Hector Garcia

Blog Posts

NARCISSISTIC ABUSE

ONLINE NARCISSISTIC ABUSE TEST

While only a medical professional can accurately give a diagnosis, the internet has made it easy to take online screenings that can help give you a better idea of whether or not you have been a victim of narcissistic abuse.

HELPLINES

Narcissism and Abuse –National Domestic Violence Hotline

TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES

Psychology TodayA directory that helps you sort treatment providers by specialty, insurance, and location.

Counselling Directory – A UK directory connecting you to local counsellors and psychotherapists.

7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.

Online-Therapy.com an online-therapy service that offers weekly live therapy sessions (chat, phone, and/or video sessions) with your personal licensed and certified therapist along with other resources based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. (Starting from $31,96/wk)

Related Deals: Get 20% Off Online-Therapy.com

SUPPORT GROUPS

Narcissist Abuse Support Group on Facebook

Find a local support group

QueenBeeing: a website that offer information and support groups for narcissistic abuse

TED TALKS

Narcissism and its discontents | Ramani Durvasula

Managing a narcissist | Ann Barnes

The psychology of narcissism | W.Keith Campbell

The narcissist deception | Ben Bradley

What we can learn from narcissists | Keith Campbell

BOOKS

Becoming the Narcissist’s Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself by Shahida Arabi

Psychopath Free (Expanded Edition): Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationships With Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Other Toxic People by Jackson MacKenzie

Disarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed by Wendy Behary

Should I Stay or Should I Go: Surviving A Relationship with a Narcissist by Ramani Durvasula Ph.D.

Blog Posts

GRIEF RESOURCES

SUPPORT GROUPS & MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Grief in Common (griencommon.comAn online community of people who share similar losses

The National Mental Health Consumer’s Self-Help Clearinghouse (MHselfhelp.orgAn inclusive online resource connecting patients, health care providers, advocates, and policymakers

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: (800) 273-8255 A free, 24/7 service, offering trained counselors who help you if you are feeling suicidal. It can also be accessed by texting TALK to 741-741.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): (800) 662-4357 A free helpline offering treatment referrals and information in both Spanish and English

THERAPY RESOURCES

Association for Contextual Behavior Science (contextualscience.orgOffers “ACT for the Public,” for developing a deeper understanding of ACT, and advice for finding an ACT-trained therapist

Psychology Today: Find a Therapist (psychologytoday.com/us/therapistsA free online resource that find a skilled therapist near you

Online-Therapy.com an online-therapy service that offers weekly live therapy sessions (chat, phone, and/or video sessions) with your personal licensed and certified therapist along with other resources based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. (Starting from $31,96/wk)

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7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.

GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT RESOURCES

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org)

Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (save.org)

Survivors After Suicide (afsp.org/support_group/survivors-after-suicide-13/)

Survivors of Suicide (survivorsofsuicide.com)

Grief Anonymous (griefanonymous.com)

The National Infertility Association (resolve.orgSupport groups for infertility and pregnancy loss

Support After Homicide (supportafterhomicide.ieA free network of individuals who can help you if you are affected by loss through homicide.

FREE GRIEF & LOSS WORKSHEETS & HANDOUTS

APPS

Moodfit (Android/iphone):  a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day. 

MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:

  • Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
  • Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
  • Physical activities such as push-ups
  • Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts

Headspace (Android/iphone): a meditation app that can help you learn how to live mindfully with a variety of themed sessions on everything from stress and sleep to focus and anxiety.

Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.

TED TALKS

We don’t “move on” from grief. We move forward with it from writer and podcaster Nora McInerny

The journey through loss and grief from author Jason B. Rosenthal

What makes life worth living in the face of death from author Lucy Kalanithi

PODCASTS

The Mindfulness & Grief Podcast (Apple/Spotify) hosted by author and thanatologist Heather Stang

Grief Out Loud (Apple/Spotify) hosted by Jana DeCristofaro

What’s Your Grief Podcast (Apple/Spotify) hosted by Eleanor Haley and Litsa Williams

Grief Encounters (Apple/Spotify) hosted by Venetia Quick and Sasha Hamrogue

Blog Posts

ADDICTION

HELPLINES

UK Lines

Samaritans UK: Support for those experiencing emotional distress. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)

Mind UK: Provides views and needs of people with mental illness. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)

International Lines

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline: Information and support for people suffering from mental illness. Phone: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) (Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST)

Crisis Text Line: Support and guidance via text message, for people with mental illness.  Text: “home” to 741741

TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES

Psychology TodayA directory that helps you sort treatment providers by specialty, insurance, and location.

Counselling Directory – A UK directory connecting you to local counsellors and psychotherapists.

7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.

Online-Therapy.com an online-therapy service that offers weekly live therapy sessions (chat, phone, and/or video sessions) with your personal licensed and certified therapist along with other resources based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) – one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. (Starting from $31,96/wk)

Related Deals: Get 20% Off Online-Therapy.com

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In USA – American Addiction Centers provides addiction and mental health care at various locations nationwide.

Drug and Alcohol Detox Centers Directory In USA – Drug and Alcohol Detox Centers Directory provides expert information for individuals and families struggling to find recovery by vetting and researching rehab centers. The site makes it easy to find the top five centers in your home state or out of state. The site also provides information for different community needs, such as help for our veterans, LGBTQ+ friendly programs, free or Medicaid accepting treatment, and pet-friendly facilities. 

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In UK – List of local areas in the UK where you can find a rehab centre.

Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment UK – National Addiction Treatment & Rehabilitation Directory arranged by county.

NorthEast Addiction Treatment Center is an accredited Massachusetts Drug Rehab that provides guidance and treatment for individuals and family members who struggle with addiction.

FREE SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS & ADDICTION WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS

INFORMATION

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): This organization, and their website, is a great main resource to access more information and to locate treatment centers in your area.

The Sober WorldThe Sober World is an informative award-winning national magazine that’s designed to help parents and families who have loved ones struggling with addiction.

Bedrock Recovery Center’s 12 Step Community Guidea free detailed informational guide for the community that explains what 12 Step programs really entail.

AddictionResource.neta site that provides up-to-date, accurate, and evidence-based information related to addiction, substance abuse, mental health, and treatment.

What to Know About Binge Drinking

Alcohol Consumption During COVID

Dealing with Peer Pressure

Social Drinking vs Binge Drinking

RECOVERY SUPPORT MEETINGS (INDIVIDUAL)

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a 12-step program for people in recovery from alcoholism.

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a 12-step recovery program from an addiction to drugs that is based on the Alcoholics Anonymous model.

All Addictions Anonymous

All Addictions Anonymous (AAA) focuses solely on the 12-step program and how to do the steps. The program connects those seeking to recover from addiction to individuals who have recovered.

Big Book Sponsorship

This site is associated with AAA (mentioned above). The purpose of this site is to show people recovering from all addictions precisely how to recover using the Big Book of A.A.

Cocaine Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous (CA) is a 12-Step program for people in recovery from cocaine and other drugs.

Marijuana Anonymous

Marijuana Anonymous (MA) uses the basic 12-step recovery program founded by Alcoholics Anonymous.

Recovery Zone

This site on 12 step recovery presents both the complete audio version (in streaming audio) and text version of the original book “Alcoholics Anonymous” book written in 1939, the basis of all the 12-step programs.

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. This nationwide not-for-profit organization provides free self-help support groups to people who want to abstain from addictive behavior.

Women for Sobriety

Women for Sobriety (WFS) is an international self-help recovery program for women, based on a Thirteen Statement Program. This program offers a variety of recovery tools to guide a woman in developing coping skills.

Recovery Dharma

Recovery Dharma uses the Buddhist practices of meditation, self-inquiry, wisdom, compassion, and community as tools for recovery and healing.

Refuge Recovery

This mindfulness-based addiction recovery community practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery provides a strong Christian spiritual orientation to the 12-step approach to the recovery process.

RECOVERY SUPPORT MEETINGS (FAMILY)

Al-Anon

Al-Anon is a support group for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. It follows the same 12-Step principles as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).

Alateen

Alateen is part of the Al-Anon 12-Step program. It’s a fellowship of young people (mostly teenagers) whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking whether they are in your life drinking or not.

Nar-Anon

Nar-Anon is a support group for friends and family members of those who are experiencing an addiction to drugs. It follows the same 12-Step principles of Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Co-Dependents Anonymous

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a 12-Step program of recovery from codependence. It’s a support group and fellowship with the common purpose to develop healthy relationships.

Families Anonymous

Families Anonymous is a 12-Step fellowship for friends and family members of individuals with drug, alcohol or other behavioral issues.

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery is an organization that offers programs and free tools that are based on cognitive-behavioral therapy for both the individual with the substance use disorder and also offers programming for friends and family members.

APPS

 I Am Sober (iOS & Android) A simple app that tracks recovery using a sobriety counter to log milestones, tracks how much money the user has saved on drugs or alcohol in their sobriety, and offers motivational quotes for support.

AA Speakers To Go (iOS & Android) A database of more than 400 audio recordings of Alcoholics Anonymous speakers. It also offers in-app purchases for access to specialty workshops and presentations.

NA Speakers (iOS & Android) A database of more than 300 audio recordings of Narcotics Anonymous speakers from various conventions.

Recovery Box (iOSRecovery Box is a comprehensive toolkit following the 12-step method. The app includes tools from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, with features like a recovery calculator, recovery stories, AA readings, in-app sponsorship, notes, inventories and chat messaging.

Sober Grid (iOS & Android) This social networking app allows people to connect with other sober individuals in their local community and worldwide.

TED TALKS

Gray Area Drinking | Jolene Park

Recover Out Loud | Tara Conner

Addiction Is A Disease. We Should Treat It Like One | Michael Botticelli

Everything You Think You Know About Addiction Is Wrong | Johann Hari

Listening to Shame | Brené Brown

A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit | Judson Brewer

PODCASTS

The Bubble Hour hosted Jean McCarthy

Busy Living Sober hosted by Elizabeth (Bizzy)

The Addicted Mind Podcast hosted by Duane Osterlind

The Breaking Free podcast Co-hosted by Liv and Tiffany 

A Sober Girls Guide hosted by Jessica Jeboult

Blog Posts

CODEPENDENCY

Co-Dependents Anonymous

Co-Dependents Anonymous World: Recovery program for codependence. Find a local or online meeting. If you desire healthy & loving relationships CoDA can help.

Co-Dependents Anonymous UK: Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships.

Codependents Anonymous Australasia: Co-dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a worldwide network of groups of men and women who share the common purpose of learning how to develop and maintain healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Co-Dependents Anonymous Canada: Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and fulfilling relationships. 

Codependency Forums

Codependency SubReddit

Dailystrength Codependency support group

Codependency Instagram Accounts to Follow

Sherry Gaba, LCSW (@codependencycurious)

Sophie | Codependency Coach (@codependentmillennial)

The Codependency Coach (@jowestwood)

Roslyn Saunders – Codependency, Addiction Expert (@roslynsaunders)

Quincee Gideon, PsyD (@drquincee)

Rebecca Vivash – Registered Counsellor (@rebeccavivashcounselling)

Lety, Holistic Trauma Coach (@cptsd_codependencyhealing)

Norma Renata – Queer Codependency Coach (@normarenatacoaching)

Rachel – Anxiety | Codependency Coach (@rachelellwoodcoaching)

Codependency Pinterest Accounts to Follow

Codependency Recovery: Darlene Lancer – Psychotherapist-Author of “Conquering Shame and Codependency,” “Codependency for Dummies,” “How To Speak Your Mind” “10 Steps to Self-Esteem”

Lisa A. Romano Breakthrough Life Coach Inc: Lisa A. Romano Certified Life Coach and Author www.lisaaromano.com/12-wbcp Creator of the groundbreaking 12 Week Breakthrough Codependency Coaching Program.

Counseling Recovery: Michelle Farris

Codependency TED Talks

Emotional Dependency | Arun Mansukhani 

The Difference Between Healthy And Unhealthy Love | Katie Hood

Codependency Podcasts

The Codependent Millennial Podcast: Sophie helps you heal from codependency by delving into the most important issues that contribute to it, like people-pleasing, emotional childhood, insecurity, enmeshment, resentment, and so much more.

Love Over Addiction: A free podcast for women who love someone that drinks too much or suffers from addiction.

Lisa A Romano Breakdown to Breakthroughs: A podcast committed to healing from codependency, narcissistic abuse, with a heavy emphasis on raising consciousness for the benefit of healing mind, body, and soul.

Codependency No More Podcast: In the Codependency No More Podcast, Brian and Jennifer take you along on their journey of codependency recovery. While having conversations with experts, other codependents, and each other, they expose you to experiences and points of view to help you in your own journey of codependency recovery.

Blog Posts

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