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Active Minds Fact Sheets (http://www.duke.edu/web/activeminds/facts.html)


Resources for Duke Students


        Duke Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) http://caps.studentaffairs.duke.edu/

        Duke Student Health Center (http://healthydevil.studentaffairs.duke.edu/)



Student-Run Organizations At Various Universities

        Active Minds at Duke (www.duke.edu/web/activeminds/ )

        Active Minds at Georgetown (www.geocities.com/activemindsgu/ )

        Active Minds at Penn (http://dolphin.upenn.edu/~actminds/ )

        mentality, Inc (at University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University)

(http://www.mentality.org/ )

        Harvard's Mental Health Awareness and Advocacy Group (MHAAG)

(http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~mhaag/ )

        NAMI Arizona State University (http://www.geocities.com/asu_nami/NAMI-ASU )

        Mind Matters (at Yale University) http://www.yale.edu/mindmatters/


National Sites

        Active Minds, Inc. (http://www.activemindsoncampus.org/)

        Campus Blues (www.campusblues.com )

        National Mental Health Awareness Campaign (www.nostigma.org )

        National Mental Health Association's Back to Campus Kit (www.nmha.org/pbedu/backtoschool/index.cfm )

        The Adolescent Mental Health Initiative (www.sunnylands.org/amhi/ )

        The Jed Foundation (www.jedfoundation.org )

        Screening for Mental Health, Inc: College Response (www.mentalhealthscreening.org/college/ )

        NMHA's mpower: musicians for mental health (www.mpoweryouth.org )

        Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program (www.yellowribbon.org )

        American College Health Association (www.acha.org )


Research, Advocacy, and Federal Organizations

        National Mental Health Association (www.nmha.org )

        NAMI formerly the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (www.nami.org )

        National Institutes of Mental Health (www.nimh.nih.gov )

        SAMHSA: Center for Mental Health Services (www.samhsa.gov/centers/cmhs/cmhs.html )

        World Federation for Mental Health (www.wfmh.com )


Anti-Stigma / Outreach

        National Mental Health Awareness Campaign (www.nostigma.org )

        ADS Center (www.adscenter.org )

        The Carter Center (www.cartercenter.org

        Open Minds Open Doors (www.openmindsopendoors.com )


Specific Illnesses

        Anxiety Disorders Association of America (www.adaa.org/)

        Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health (www.ffcmh.org )

        Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation (www.bpkids.org )

        DRADA - Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association (www.drada.org )

        Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (www.dbsalliance.org )

        National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (www.narsad.org )

        National Eating Disorders Association (www.nationaleatingdisorders.org )



        American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (www.afsp.org )

        International Association for Suicide Prevention (www.med.uio.no/iasp/ )

        Suicide Prevention Action Network of USA (www.spanusa.org )


Professional Associations

        American Psychological Association (www.apa.org )

        American Psychiatric Association (www.psych.org )


Multicultural Organizations

        National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (www.naapimha.org )


Technical Assistance and Consumer Self Help Centers

        Peer-to-Peer Resource Center (www.peersupport.org )

        National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse (www.mhselfhelp.org )

        National Empowerment Center (www.power2u.org )


Other Links

        Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law (www.bazelon.org)


Suggested Readings:


Alison Malmon, “Mental Health Awareness Week: Removing the Stigma,” The Daily Pennsylvania, October 9, 2002.


Anonymous, “Effortless Perfection,” The Chronicle, October 24, 2003.


Michael C. Miller M.D., “Stop Pretending Nothings Wrong,” Newsweek, June 16, 2003.


Anthony Vitarelli and Chase Johnson, “Editorial: Memo to Dick Broadhead: Mental Health,” The Chronicle, January 26, 2004.


Eve Bender, “Family Suicide Leads Student to Open Minds on Campus,” Community News, American Psychiatric Association.


Beth Rossi, “Increasing Mental Health Awareness,” The Daily Pennsylvania, October 8, 2002.


Alison Malmon, “Active Minds, Fighting Stigma on Campus (Keynote Speech at NAMI Heroes Dinner),” NAMI News.


Miche Anderson, Jeannie Chen and the members of ESTEEM, “Letter to the Editor: Depression Should Not Be Ignored,” November 3, 2003.


Cindy Yee, “NYU Deaths Spur Duke Response,” The Chronicle, October 27, 2003.



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ion Should Not Be Ignored,” November 3, 2003.


Cindy Yee, “NYU Deaths Spur Duke Response,” The Chronicle, October 27, 2003.



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