SAMHSA Mental Health Treatment Facility Locator

23 Jun

Use this handy-dandy website to find behavioral health services in your area. You can adjust the distance from your location and search by street address or zip code. Neat.

Keep in mind that this site does not locate educational or peer support resources. It’s great for finding counseling and medication management services, but if you’re looking for classes or support groups, your best bet is to contact NAMI or a like-minded advocacy group such as the Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA).

One Response to “SAMHSA Mental Health Treatment Facility Locator”

  1. Laura K Kerr June 23, 2013 at 6:00 pm #

    Reblogged this on TRAUMA'S LABYRINTH, Curated.

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