1 - Psych Central's Bipolar Support GroupTop Rated Psych Central's own online bipolar support group allows you to read other people's experiences with bipolar disorder, and also provide your own (if you'd like). Private and secure, the Psych Central Community is one of the longest-running online mental health communities, since 1999.
Adult Children of Mentally Ill ParentsTop Rated An online support forum and resource links for adult children of mentally ill parents. From the site: "Whether you are old or young, your parent alive or deceased, this Forum is dedicated to all those struggling families and individuals trying to make sense of the insanity of a mentally ill parent. Perhaps by sharing and exposing this typically secret disorder we can together find solutions to this often crippling and confusing condition." http://www.sssalas.com/ac.html -
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CrazyBoards.orgTop Rated The fact is, this board is so full of compassionate, loving, empathetic people that it exceeds any group structure I have ever been a part of. While we may be crass about some things, you'll not find a more wonderful group support system than this. What we lack in political correctness is more than made up for in love. Real love from others who have been there and are there and will likely be there at some point. http://www.crazyboards.org/forums/ -
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Neurotalk Support CommunityTop Rated Psych Central's sister support community, Neurotalk, is for neurological and serious mental disorders and is comprised of thousands of people just like you, offering and sharing support, information, opinions about treatment options, virtual hugs and more in over two dozen forums.
Psych Central's Neurotalk Community is overseen by Dr. John Grohol and a team of trained and experienced moderators and administrators to offer a safe, supportive and secure environment. Online since 2006. http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/ -
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Pandora's ProjectTop Rated Pandora's Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information, support, and resources to survivors of rape and sexual abuse and their friends and family. We have been devoted to recovery and healing since 1999. http://www.pandys.org/ -
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Psych Central Support CommunityTop Rated Psych Central's own support community comprised of tens of thousands of people just like you, offering and sharing support, information, opinions about treatment options, virtual hugs and more in over three dozen forums.
Psych Central's Community is overseen by Dr. John Grohol and a team of trained and experienced moderators and administrators to offer a safe, supportive and secure environment. Online since 1999. http://forums.psychcentral.com/ -
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7 Cups of Tea It is important to have someone to listen to you sometimes. Someone to truly listen to you--and not judge you and to not know your past history or hangups.
With 7 Cups of Tea, listeners are trained in Active Listening. Some of the listeners are free, some charge a nominal fee for their service.
At present we are doing over 100 call and chat requests a day. We currently work with a number of organizations like NAMI, Active Minds, the International Bipolar Foundation and several others. https://www.7cupsoftea.com -
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Brilliant Madness Brilliant Madness is a positive and supportive web site, not a site that enables others. Our goal is to provide support for those who are willing to help themselves.
We offer a safe place for people to heal. This is a place for all to share what they are comfortable with, without any pushing. We hope that you find this site insightful and helpful in your recovery. http://www.brilliantmadness.org -
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