Support Groups

Support Groups

CFC Therapy is committed to your needs.  There are numerous support groups across the country that may prove beneficial to you.  Here is a list of Support Groups Nationwide with their phone number listings and website links across the United states

AIDS Hotline 800 342-2437Al-Anon 800 344-2666Alcoholics Anonymous 212 686-1100
Anorexia/Bulimia 800 BASH STLCancer 800 4 CANCERChild Abuse Hotline 800 422-4453
Child Protective Association 800 KIDWATCHCodependents Anonymous 602 277-7991Cocaine Anonymous 800 262-2463
Debtors Anonymous 212 297-6102Diabetes 800 232-3472Drug Abuse Referrals 800 662 HELP
Emotions Anonymous 612 647-9712Food Addiction Hotline 800 872-0088Gamblers Anonymous 213 386-8789
Gambling Hotline 800 332-0402Health Clearinghouse 800 336-4797Impotence Anonymous 301 577-0650
Men and Women for Sobriety 800 333-1606Missing and Exploited Children 800 843-5678Narcotics Anonymous 818 780-3915
Nicotine Anonymous 415 922-8575Overeaters Anonymous 800 743-8703Parents Anonymous 800 421-0353
Rational Recovery Group 916 621-4374Runaways 800 621-4000Secular organization for Sobriety 716 834-2922
Sex Addicts Anonymous 800 321-2066Sexually Transmitted Diseases 800 227-8922Suicide Hotline 800 333-5580
Tough Love 800 333-1069Youth (Homelessness) 800 999-9999Workaholics Anonymous 510-273-9253

Children and Family Links

AACAThe American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Homepage
Child Abuse StatsStats from The National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse
American Association for Marital and Family TherapyContains ideas, links, support, and information focused upon family well-being
Ask Dr. UniverseAsk Dr. Universe, who happens to be a cat, any and all sorts of questions, including ‘Why don’t we just print up enough money to pay off the national debt?’

General Psychology Reference Links

American Psychological AssociationFront page to one of the two nationwide professional organizations for psychologists. There’s plenty on information available for the general public, however, including an online search engine for the APA Monitor, the association’s newspaper

General Psychological and Mental Health Links

Depression CentralA clearinghouse of information on depression
Men and DepressionA CNN Report

Religion and Psychology Links

Religion and PsychologyRecommended by the American Psychological Association

Substance Abuse Links

DATOSThe Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study, of the effectiveness of drug treatment in US based on 10,000 adults who entered substance abuse treatment between 1991 and 1993
NCADIThe National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information, currently focusing on children of alcoholics as adults, and their special risks
Web Of AddictionsA page with numerous fact sheets about different drugs

Women’s Issues Links

YIN The woman’s guide to the best of the webA list of sites for women
Gurl MagazineAn online magazine for women
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