Helping Someone with Schizophrenia

…suggestions for choosing the right living arrangement for someone with schizophrenia. (Schizophrenia.com) Hotlines and support In the U.S., call 1-800-950-6264 or visit NAMI.org In the UK, call 0300 5000 927 or visit Rethink: Schizophrenia…

Schizophrenia Symptoms and Coping Tips

…this subtype. (PsychCentral) Hotlines and support In the U.S., call 1-800-950-6264 or visit NAMI.org In the UK, call 0300 5000 927 or visit Rethink: Schizophrenia In Australia, call 1800 18 7263 or visit Sane Australia In Canada, Schizophrenia…

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

…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…

Sleep Needs

…to 3 months old 14 – 17 hrs 11 – 19 hrs 4 to 11 months old 12 – 15 hrs 10 – 18 hrs 1 to 2 years old…

Self-Medicating Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

…In the U.S.: Call the NAMI HelpLine at 1-800-950-6264. UK: Call the SANEline at 07984 967 708. Australia: Call the Sane Helpline at 1800 187 263. Canada: Visit Mood Disorders Society of Canada…

Lewy Body Dementia

…in the UK. (Lewy Body Society) Lewy Body Disease Help Sheets – In Australia, call the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500 for help, information, resources and support. (Dementia Australia)…

Vascular Dementia

…American Heart Association offers  a directory of support groups and online support resources for life after stroke. Alzheimer’s Association offers a helpline at 0800-272-3900 and a directory of support groups…

Bipolar Medication Guide

…as little as $3. Last updated: September 2020 Get more help Bipolar Disorder (PDF) – Parents’ medication guide for bipolar disorder in children and adolescents. (American Academy of Child and Adolescent…

Coping with an Alzheimer’s or Dementia Diagnosis

…272 3900 or the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America at 1-866-232-8484. UK: Call the Alzheimer’s Society helpline at 0300 222 1122 or find support near you. Australia: Call the Dementia Australia…

Suicide Prevention

…attempt, such as weapons and drugs. These signals are even more dangerous if the person has a mood disorder such as depression or bipolar disorder, suffers from alcohol dependence, has…