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Adolescent Mental Health Services
New York City offers many mental health resources for children and young adults.
Adult Protective Services
The Human Resources Administration provides services for adults who, due to mental or physical dysfunction, are unable to care for themselves and have no one who is able to care for them.
City Services for Mental Health
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides resources and fact sheets on a variety of issues concerned with mental health.
District Resource Statement
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene provides maps to all contracted programs listed in its District Resource Statement.
Grandparenting Support Groups
Support groups can help grandparents in many ways, especially those who may feel isolated in their role as caregiver and have difficulty reaching out to others.
The Manhattan Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Support Group
The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group is a public, walk-in support group led by ADD adults that has run support sessions for adults with Attention Deficit Disorder since 1991.
Mental Health Organizations
The 9/11 Health Web site has a listing of Mental Health organizations in New York State that can provide counseling and assistance for various affected people in New York.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
NAMI is a self-help and family advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illness.
National Institute of Mental Health
This institute is a component of the federal government's National Institute of Health, and is dedicated to research efforts in the treatment and cure of mental illness.
New York Needs Us Strong (in PDF)
A resource guide to help City residents cope with the World Trade Center disaster.
Spanish version (in PDF)
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