AAKOMA builds the consciousness of youth of color and their caregivers on the recognition and importance of mental health, empowers youth and their families to seek help and manage mental health, and influences systems and services to receive and address the needs of youth of color and their families. Click the banner at the top of the site to register for up to 5 FREE virtual sessions. 5 FREE virtual sessions.
FindaPsychologist.org is a project of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists designed to provide educational resources and self-help strategies to the public, and to provide consumers like you access to a database of verified psychologists who meet requirements for the National Register Health Service Psychologist (HSP) credential and distinction.
The Franklin County Suicide Prevention Coalition (FCSPC) aims to increase communication, coordination, and collaboration efforts in Franklin County to prevent suicide and bring hope and support to those affected by suicide. We bridge organizations together with the end goal of enhancing the overall success of our collective suicide prevention efforts.
Inspiring Purpose Counseling Group, LLC is an independent group practice that provides confidential counseling, assessments, and consultation services to a broad based clientele including children, adolescents, adults and also offer income-based therapy sessions.
Experts from the National Institute of Mental Health are available to speak on topics related to suicide and suicide prevention, including the warning signs of suicide, suicide prevention methods, trends in suicide rates, how to find mental health help and support, and the latest in suicide prevention research.
Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
At OSPF, we aim to understand the overlap between substance use and suicidality and provide resources for each so that everyone knows how and where to find help.
Bicycle Health published an educational guide covering health equity in opioid dependency treatment, specifically the differences in opioid treatment for Black and Latino patients. This free resource answers the following questions:
Who is most likely to use opioids?
What are the demographics of America's opioid epidemic?
What is health equity?
|What are health disparities?
Why do health disparities exist? Please take a look: SUICIDE GUIDE
Addiction can affect anyone and does not discriminate based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. Health disparities are preventable, which is why we are so passionate about raising awareness.