Below, you’ll find a full list of reviewed and evaluated mental health resources and services recommended by Edgewood. If you have questions about these providers, please contact them directly.

Children’s Bureau Express
A newsletter for professionals concerned with child abuse and neglect, child welfare, and adoption. Published by the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information and the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse.

Children’s Mental Health Resource Kit
Information on accessing mental health screens and assessments through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) programs.

Children’s Safety Network – Injury Data
Charts and tables illustrating children’s injury data for each U.S. State and Territory.

Elder Web
A large online collection of elder care information.

Internet Special Education Resources
Nationwide directory of professionals serving learning disabled and special education communities. Intended for use by parents and caregivers.

Kids and Eating Disorders
Intended for youth. Provides information on body image and eating disorders.

Mental Health Partnerships
Online resource where older adults, their families, and caregivers can obtain mental health services for older adults. Information on how to advocate for specific needs.

National Indian Child Welfare Center
An organization supporting the safety and health of American Indian and Alaska Native children through capacity building and addressing abuse and neglect.

Panic Disorder in Children and Adolescents
Brief overview of panic disorders in children and adolescents. Reviews ymptoms, diagnosis, treatment, incidence, and prevalence of the disorders.

Report of the Surgeon General’s Conference on Children’s Mental Health: A National Action Agenda
Collaboration between the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Education, and the Department of Justice. It introduces a blueprint for addressing children’s mental health needs in the United States.

Safer Child, Inc.
Provides parents, caregivers, and educators worldwide with resources and information to help children grow up healthy, safe and happy. The group addresses topics such as mental health, substance abuse, and violence.

StopFamilyAbductionsNow.org
Campaign from the Polly Klaas Foundation, a national nonprofit that helps find missing children and prevents them from going missing. They promote public policies, educate the public, and provide families, law enforcement and communities.

The Depressed Child
Fact sheet with an overview of childhood and adolescent depression, including a discussion of the incidence and prevalence of depression, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and appropriate treatment.

The Echo and The Pixie
Free online storybook that addresses abuse — by M.W.Hardgrove, 1998.

The Final Report and Findings of the Safe School Initiative: Implications for the Prevention of School Attacks in the United States
This report is the result of a collaborative effort of the United States Secret Service and the United States Department of Education.

A Family Guide to Keeping Youth Mentally Healthy and Drug Free
SAMHSA has a wide variety of publications and other media products for the general public and for providers of substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services.

RSS Kaiser Health News

  • Analysis: In Medical Billing, Fraudulent Charges Weirdly Pass As Legal December 16, 2019
    After my husband had a bike accident, we were subjected to medical bills that no one would accept if they had been delivered by a contractor, or a lawyer or an auto mechanic. Such charges are sanctioned by insurers, which generally pay because they have no way to know whether you received a particular item […]
  • Promising Greater Safety, A Tiny Widget Creates Chaos For Tube Feeders December 16, 2019
    A standard connector for feeding tubes was supposed to improve patient safety by preventing accidental misconnections to equipment used for IVs or other purposes. But critics say the design instead could keep patients from real food and inadvertently creates a host of new risks, including for vulnerable premature infants.
  • Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes December 13, 2019
    Newsletter editor Brianna Labuskes wades through hundreds of health care policy stories each week, so you don't have to.

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RSS Psych Central Feed

  • The Need for Group Support After Major Surgery December 10, 2019
    I am one-year post op from a life altering spine surgery — actually three of them. Prior to surgery, my doctor told me that this would be life-altering and he...
  • On Mental Health Stigma November 29, 2019
    One thing I shared with my wife Rachel about a year into our relationship was the time I suffered a nervous breakdown in graduate school. It would be an important...
  • This Under-Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for Treatment-Resistant Depression November 27, 2019
    Many people with clinical depression have tried an array of medication and still feel sick. Maybe they’ve tried different selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs)....