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Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc., (CMHA)
Headquartered in New Britain, CMHA is a leading provider of an integrated health and behavioral health care system for children, families and adults.
The Risk of Addiction in the Transgender Community
Information about addiction in the transgender community.
Provides a wealth of resources for those recovering from various substance addictions (or with loved ones who are recovering), including a page specifically for moms: https://www.drugrehab.com/support/resources-for-moms/
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Provides varied information about alcohol abuse nationwide
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Provides varied information about drug abuse and addiction
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Provides information about substance abuse prevention and treatment
Sanford House is a private residential and outpatient rehab center for women. Located in the Heritage Hill district of Grand Rapids, Sanford House is a restored historic home that provides an intimate, boutique setting where women suffering from substance abuse can get the alcohol and drug addiction treatment they need while they are treated with empathy and respect.
Information about foster care and adoption in North Carolina
Rhode Island Department of Human Services
Apply for Medicaid in Rhode Island
Offers free health coverage for children and pregnant women who do not have insurance and who make too much to qualify for Tenncare
Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program (KCHIP)
Free or low cost health insurance for Kentucky’s children. KCHIP covers everything from checkups to prescriptions, from broken bones to booster shots, eyeglasses, hearing aids, dental care, hospital care and more.
MO HealthNet for Kids
Provides health care for children in Missouri
Get information and apply for Medicaid in Arkansas
Georgia PeachCare for Kids
PeachCare for Kids health benefits include: care from a doctor when your child is sick; preventive services such as immunizations and regular check-ups; specialist care; dental care; vision care, including vision screenings and eyeglasses; hospitalization; emergency room services; prescription medications; and mental health care. Each child in the program has a Georgia Better Health Care primary care provider who coordinates the child’s care
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
Empowering children, young adults and families to achieve greater independence and emotional well-being.
Western Montana Mental Health Clinic
The Western Montana Mental Health Center of 2016 provides services in 45 separate facilities/locations in western and southwestern Montana.
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
Provides a listing of resources for mental health as well as resources for alcohol & substance abuse.
A behavioral health treatment organization dedicated to serving women. St. Monica's accepts women who are diagnosed with substance abuse and/or co-existing mental health issues.