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We've added a gangbuster 53 new resources to our Internet resource directory in the past month. Some highlights include:
Stamp Out Stigma!
A community advocacy and educational outreach program dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental illness. Stamp Out Stigma is unique in its anti-stigma approach, by creating a forum in which individuals with mental illness share their personal experiences with the community at large.
Stop Calling Us Mentally Ill
Combating the stigma of mental disorders, this organization's mission hopes to eliminate the name "mental illness" from our culture.
Offers free personality feedback on tests developed by research psychologists at UC Berkeley. Visitors to PersonalityLab.org can learn about their own personality, get feedback about the life goals they value most, find out if they're skilled at predicting which couples will break up versus stay together, and more. PersonalityLab.org is completely non-commercial and contains no ads of any kind.
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First global on-line employment service run by people on the autistic spectrum for those with autism spectrum conditions.
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