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National Institute on Drug Abuse

This website provides access to information about different types of drug abuse, science behind abuse, prevention, recovery and treatment, and other helpful data and trend information.

Key Words: drugs, drug, abuse, addiction, prevention, recovery, treatment, statistics
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National Institute on Mental Health Website

NIMH provides access to information about many mental disorders. It breaks the information into different disorders and provides an overview, symptoms, risk factors, treatments and other beneficial information for individuals.

Key Words: anxiety, audio, best practices, cognitive, coping skills, culture, diet, documents, events, family support, grief, health, lifestyle, prevention, mental health, mindfulness, PTSD, sleep patterns, SOP, stress management, suicide, wellness, happy, happiness, critical incident stress management, CISM, PTSD, debriefing, cumulative, burnout, symptoms, risk, treatment
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ADAA Website and Materials

This website provides access to information and articles about anxiety and depression.

Key Words: anxiety, depression, disorder, mental health, disorder, condition, prevention, treatment, OCD, PTSD, education, practice, research, ADAA
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Safe Call Now

Safe Call Now provides first responders with a simple and confidential way to ask for help for a wide range of issues. Staffed by public safety professionals and former law enforcement officers and telecommunicators, Safe Call Now is a safe place to turn where they can connect with and receive support from trained staff who understand the demands of their careers. Their trained peer advocates provide assistance, resources, and support for any public safety or medical personnel, and their families, who are experiencing a crisis, or need someone to lend them an ear.

Key Words: substance abuse, support, crisis, mental health, confidential, addiction, PTSD, help, resources
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