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Mental Health Information

Counseling Services maintains a variety of books, pamphlets, and handouts on mental health topics. Students are invited to contact our office as a resource for mental health information. Additionally, there are several web sites which provide mental health information. The following are a few of those sites:

The Virtual Pamphlet Collection
http://www.dr-bob.org/vpc/
Hundreds of downloadable pamphlets on a variety of mental health topics including: Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders, Childhood Abuse, Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Sexual Assault, Stress, Sexual Orientation, Healthy Relationships, Study Skills.

Campus Blues
http://www.campusblues.com
Mental health resource for college students.

National Institute of Mental Health
http://www.nimh.nih.gov
A division of the National Institute of Health, NIMH web site provides general information and updates on the latest research and initiatives.

National Mental Health Association
http://www.nmha.org
NMHA is an advocacy organization for mental health issues. The web site provides various mental health information, including pamphlets.

Brighton Center
www.brightoncenter.com
Brighton Center is a community organization that helps people become self sufficient. The agency offers assistance through employment training, child and youth development, emergency assistance and independent living services.

NorthKey
www.northkey.org
NorthKey's network of community care centers fosters understanding and acceptance of those experiencing mental health disorders, intellectual disabilities or substance use disorders, and helps each person reach his or her fullest potential. Our experienced professionals work with each person to set and attain goals for living their best life.

Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky
www.mhanky.org
Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky is an expert in helping guide you to recovery from mental illness and substance abuse. We also pride ourselves in offering education and services that will help you stay mentally stable and well.