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Below are additional online mental and physical health care, as well as media and text resources. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, but as a starting point for further learning and discussion. These resources are not intended to replace or complement professional medical or mental health care or advice, nor is it an endorsement of the content of the sites.

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Hotlines

Richmond-based Emergency Resources

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Additional Resources on Specific Issues

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Unsure of what mental illness looks or feels like? National Alliance on Mental Health provides a comprehensive list of the warning signs and symptoms of various illnesses. They also provide information on where to seek help and the steps to follow after receiving a diagnosis. National Alliance on Mental Health also has a list of the most common diagnoses and resources for individuals with the diagnosis as well as family members and caregivers. Lastly, National Alliance on Mental Health has resources on common diagnoses and issues that are associated with mental health illnesses. You can find your local chapter for additional information for both individuals with the diagnosis as well as family members and caregivers.

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