Find Mental Health Services in Your Area


  • Grow Mentoring: “Adam has over 8 years experience mentoring young people who have faced a variety of issues including: poverty, homelessness, foster-care, gang violence, mental health issues, addiction, and incarceration. Along with his one-on-one mentoring work, he has collaborated with numerous professionals and organizations in the field, and has also successfully implemented art, music, and educational curricula throughout Southern California.


  • OCD Jacksonville: “Our mission is to help you and your family find effective treatment and support. As a public service organization, we seek to educate and inform mental health professionals and Jacksonville community about OCD and its related disorders. We serve the communities located in North and Central Florida as well as South Georgia.”


  • Mental Health Association of Frederick County: “We work with parents, educators and childcare providers to develop physically and emotionally strong children.We ensure safe environments and supportive relationships for children in troubled family situations. From suicide to abuse, we make sure no one has to face their most difficult moments alone. Through education and advocacy, we promote mental health awareness and services for the benefit of the community we share.”


  • Chamberlain International School: “Our guiding principle is to engage and teach the students and their families to develop the skills necessary to manage their lives to their highest potential. These services are clustered into three main disciplines (educational, clinical and student life) working cooperatively and jointly towards successful goal completion.”
  • Clinical & Support Options: “CSO’s mission is to provide responsive and effective interventions and services to support individual adults, children and families in their quest for stability, growth and a positive quality of life.”

North Carolina

  • Black Mountain Academy: “Providing opportunities for young men with learning differences that foster academic, social, emotional, and personal development.”