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Family Resources

Online Sources

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

NAMI's website has a "Find Support" section for families and caregivers with guidance on what to do during a crisis, how to best support recover, and taking care of your own mental health

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

NIMH has many resources, including a fact sheet on diagnosis and treatment for children for mental health disorders. 

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services offers mental health resources and information at MentalHealth.gov , including tips on how to talk to children about mental health

Youth Mental Health Project

Youth Mental Health Project is a grassroots organization that educates and supports families and communities so they can support the social, emotional, mental, and behavioral health of youth

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)

AHCCCS administers Medicaid funding in Arizona. To see if you qualify for medical assistance for AHCCCS, apply here

The Child Mind Institute

The Child Mind Institute offers insights and advice on common concerns and tips for facing challenges many families share. The Helping Children Cope After a Traumatic Event Guide includes advice for how to help children from birth to age 18.

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

 Offers local support groups and online support groups for family members and friends of people with mental health disorders

Fingerprint for Success' Depression at Work Article

Amy Rigby from Fingerprint for Success created this article about depression and burnout in the workforce. It focuses on reducing the stigma of depression as well as provides answers and suggestions to questions such as " Can depression at work actually be burnout?" and "Can you be depressed without knowing it?" Additionally, it provides online resources for support.

Healthy Children

Healthy Children, from the American Academy Pediatrics, provides information for parents, including "Ten Things Parents Can Do to Prevent Suicide"

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MFT Programs Resources for Suicide

This article contains information and resources about suicide. The resources are broken down further by LGBTQ+, Veterans, people who are neurodivergent, and various others. While still not specific to Arizona, there are great resources and help find aid to those who need it.

Article: Tips and Resources for Parents of LGBTQ+ Youth

This article is from a Goranson Bain Ausley Family Law firm While located in Texas, Author Mona Hosseiny-Tovar compiled helpful tips, resources, and discusses various myths around LGBTQ+.   

Article: PTSD & Car Accidents

This article is from NST Attorneys at Law where they emphasize the trauma and risks of developing PTSD from car accidents for individuals, families, and children.  Additionally, they discuss protective factors and various treatments, such as CBT, EMDR, and CPT, that are available.

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Kelley Coronado
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