Advocacy, Education, and Information

Welcome to the Advocacy, Education and Information section of the NAMI PA, Main Line Guide to Resources for People with Mental Illness and Their Families. (Click here to return to the Guide to Resources table of contents.)

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When available, contact information and a description of services is provided for organizations in Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, and selected online resources. For information for other counties in Pennsylvania go to www.pa.networkofcare.org.

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Advocacy Organizations

Advocacy resources for individuals or family or friends supporting a loved one with mental illness.
ProgramAddress and/or phone numberWebsite and/or emailComments
ADS Center11420 Rockville Pike
Rockville MD 20852
800.540.0320
M-F 9am-5pm
http://promoteacceptance.samhsa.gov/
promoteacceptance@samhsa.hhs.gov
ADS: Acceptance, Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with Mental Health.
Program of SAMHSA and CMHS to address discrimination and stigma associated with mental illness.
Autism Living and Working
1528 Walnut Street, Suite 815
Philadelphia, PA 19102
267.322.5800
www.autismlivingworking.org
alaw@autismliivingworking.org
Helps adults with autism/ASD form and sustain households, hold jobs, and contribute to community life, through
individual supports and accommodations.
Holds monthly conference calls.
Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (formerly NARSAD)60 Cutter Mill Road, Suite 404
Great Neck, NY 11021
800.829.8289
bbrfoundation.org/
lterio@bbrfoundation.org
Donor-supported organization devoted to scientific research on psychiatric brain disorders. Provides brochures, videos, and other educational materials.
Congress and contacting elected officials800.828.0498US Congress
US Senate
www.house.gov/
www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/findyourlegislator/
This site has names and contact info for national, state and local representatives, and has forms for email and letters you can create, print and mail.
www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/findyourlegislator/ lets you search for PA legislators by county, township, zip code
Medicare Rights Center800.333.4114www.medicarerights.org/Works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling, educational programs and public policy initiatives.
MentalHealth.govU.S. Department of Health & Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20201
877‑SAMHSA7 (877‑726‑4727)
Information on treatment services in your area. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST.
www.mentalhealth.gov/MentalHealth.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information. MentalHealth.gov aims to educate and guide: The general public, Health and emergency preparedness professionals, Policy makers, Government and business leaders, School systems and Local communities.
Mental Health America (MHA)2000 N. Beauregard Street, 6th Floor Alexandria, VA 22311
800.969.6642
www.nmha.orgNational organization, with state and local affiliates, for mental health advocacy, education and research. Also see NMHA under “Information” below and Mental Health Association for Southeastern PA under “Local Organizations” below.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)3803 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 100
Arlington VA 22203
800.950.NAMI
www.nami.org
support@nami.org
National organization, with state and local affiliates, for mental health advocacy. Also See NAMI National under “Information” below and local affiliates under “Local Organizations” below. See website for NAMI publications and position statements.
National Alliance on Mental
Illness—PA (NAMI PA)
2149 North Second St.
Harrisburg 17110
800.223.0500
http://nami-pa.org/Pennsylvania ‘s NAMI affiliate.
Center for Effective Government2040 S Street, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20009
202.234.8494
www.foreffectivegov.orgSponsored by OMB Watch, this site is an online resource for contacting local, state, and national policy makers. The name changed in 2013, from NP Action.
Open Minds/Open Doorsc/o MHAPA
1414 N. Cameron Street, 1st Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17103
717.346.0549
www.openmindsopendoors.com
info@openmindsopendoors.com
A PA initiative coordinated by the Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA aimed at ending discrimination against people with MI.
Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP)The Corn Exchange, Suite 400
123 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia PA 19106
800.274.3258
www.phlp.org/Devoted to helping low income, elderly and Pennsylvanians with disabilities gain access to quality health care. Services are free to qualified individuals.
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association4105 Derry St.
Harrisburg, PA 17111
800.887.6422
pmhca.org/
pmhca@pmhca.org
Consumer staffed organization that advocates for MH consumers in PA
Pennsylvania Recovery Alliance (PRO-A)800.858.6040www.pro-a.org
proa.asst@pro-a.org
PRO-A will mobilize, educate and advocate to eliminate stigma and discrimination toward those affected by addiction to ensure hope, health and justice.
TAC – Treatment Advocacy Center200 N. Glebe Road, Suite 730
Arlington, VA
22203
703.294.6001
www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org
info@treatmentadvocacycenter.org
National non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating legal and clinical barriers to treatment. TAC advocates for court-ordered, assisted outpatient treatment.
The Foundation for Mental Health438 North White Rd.
San Jose, CA 95127
408.254.6828
www.thefoundationformentalhealth.org
info@momentummh.org
The Foundation advocates on mental health issues and works to improve public access to services to help people with mental illness achieve healthy, independent lives within their communities.

Education Organizations

Education section listing education organization resources for individuals or family or friends supporting a loved one with mental illness.
ProgramAddress and/or phone numberWebsite and/or email addressComments
Breaking the Silence (BTS)NAMI Queens/ Nassau
1981 Marcus Avenue, Suite C-117
Lake Success, NY 11042
516.326.0797
www.btslessonplans.org
btslessonplabtslessonplans@aol.comns@aol.com
Developed by NAMI Queens/Nassau County, NY. Tool kit includes lesson plans, games and posters on SMI for upper elementary, middle, and high school levels.
The Jason Foundation, Inc.18 Volunteer Dr.
Hendersonville TN 37075
888.881.2323
jasonfoundation.com/Provides educational pr0grams and services for parents, youth, and teachers to end the “silent epidemic”—youth suicide.
NAMI’s In Our Own Voice—Living with MINAMI PA, Chester County:
825 Paoli Pike, 3rd fl, Mailbox #6
West Chester 19380
484.947.5673
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
P.O. Box 567
Lansdowne, PA 19050
267.251.6240
NAMI PA, Main Line:
320 Woodley Rd.
Merion Station PA 19066-1413
NAMI PA,
267.251.6240
Montgomery County:
100 South Keswick Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
215.866.0350
10am-2pm or leave message
NAMI PA, Chester County:
http://chester.nami.org
namichesco@gmail.com
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPA-DelawareCountyChapter
namipadelco@nami.org
NAMI PA, Main Line:
www.NAMIpaMainLine.org
info@namipamainline.org
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
www.nami-montcopa.org/
info@montconami.com

Trained MH consumers share their stories of recovery with community groups.
Mental Health RecoveryP.O. Box 301
West Dummerston, VT 05357
802.254.2092
www.mentalhealthrecovery.com
info@mentalhealthrecovery.com
WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan helps consumers learn early warning signs of instability and develop a prevention action plan. NOTE: WRAP is offered at several locations locally.
NAMI Peer-to-Peer NAMI PA, Bucks County
P.O. Box 355
866.399.NAMI
Warrington 18974
www.namibucks.org
info@namibucks.org
An experiential learning program for those with SMI who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. Taught by trained MH consumers. Course is 2hr/week for 9 weeks.
Family-to-Family Education ProgramNAMI PA, Chester County:
825 Paoli Pike, 3rd fl, Mailbox #6
West Chester 19380
484.947.5673
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
P.O. Box 567
Lansdowne, PA 19050
267.251.6240
NAMI PA, Main Line:
320 Woodley Rd.
Merion Station PA 19066-1413
NAMI PA,
267.251.6240
Montgomery County:
100 South Keswick Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
215.866.0350
10am-2pm or leave message
NAMI PA, Chester County:
http://chester.nami.org
namichesco@gmail.com
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPA-DelawareCountyChapter
namipadelco@nami.org
NAMI PA, Main Line:
www.NAMIpaMainLine.org
info@namipamainline.org
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
www.nami-montcopa.org/
info@montconami.com
12 week program for family members of persons with MI. Sessions cover information about illnesses of the brain and their treatment, coping skills, communication and advocacy. Taught by trained NAMI family members. Registration required.
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
F2F classes are held at Springfield Hospital
NAMI PA, Main Line:
F2F classes are held near Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
F2F classes are held in Glenside, Norristown and Pottstown
TEC Family Center1211 Chestnut Street (11th floor)
Philadelphia, PA 19107
267-507-3865 800.688.4226
X232 or x233
http://www.mhasp.org/about-tec
TECinfo@mhasp.org
Associated with Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA (MHASP). Provides information packet and workshops about MI. Offers 4-6 workshops/year ranging from 4-8 weeks. No fee for Philadelphia residents; small fee for others.

General Information about Mental Illness by Topic

General information about mental illness for individuals or family or friends supporting a loved one with mental illness. For more specific information, please see the second table below entitled Mental Illness Information by Topic.
ProgramAddress and/or phone numberWebsite and/or email addressComments
Active Minds2001 S Street, NW Suite 450
Washington, DC 20009
202.332.9595
Sara Abelson, Program Director
activeminds.org/
info@activeminds.org
sara@activeminds.org
Student organization, founded at University of Pennsylvania that uses peer outreach to increase student mental health awareness and decrease stigma that surrounds MI. Provides information and resources to student members. Encourages students to seek help when needed.
ADA & IT Information Center for the Mid-Atlantic Region401 North Washington Street, Suite 450
800.949.4232
Rockville, MA 20850
http://namipamainline.org/donate-here/
http://www.adainfo.org/
Provides information on all aspects of the ADA to individuals and organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region. Has an extensive library of ADA and disability publications, most of which are free.
ADA Watch/National Coalition for Disability Rights601Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 900S
202.448.9928
Washington, DC 20004
www.accessiblesociety.orgIn partnership with Bazelon Center, alliance of hundreds of disability, civil rights and social justice organizations to promote the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)1629 K St., NW, Ste 950
Washington, DC 20006
800.840.8844
www.aapd.com/Cross-disability organization whose mission is to empower people living with disabilities by advancing the goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Disability and Business Technical Assistance Cntr (DBTAC)401 North Washington Street, Suite 450
Rockville, MD 20805
800.949.4232
www.adata.org
ainfo@transcen.org
Provides information and technical assistance on ADA requirements. Can make referrals to other agencies/web sites
American Psychiatric Association (APA)1000 Wilson Blvd.
Suite 1825
Arlington, VA 22209
888.357.7924
www.psych.org
apa@psych.org
APA represents 40,000 psychiatrists. Site provides information about psychiatric conditions and links to other sites.
American Psychological Association750 First St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
800.374.2721
800.374.2721
www.apa.orgWill provide a list of psychologists in the area.
Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation940 Commonwealth Avenue, West
Boston, MA 02215
617.353.3549
cpr.bu.edu/
psyrehab@bu.edu
Repository of recovery resources
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Training and Technical Assistance730 N. Franklin Street, Suite 501
Chicago, Illinois 60654-7225
800.826.3632
www.dbsalliance.org/Creates and delivers training, technical assistance and consultation services from the perspective of people who live with mental illnesses. These services are available both on-site and electronically.
Geriatric Mental Health Foundation7910 Woodmont Ave, Suite 1050,
Bethesda, MD  20814
301.654.7850
www.gmhfonline.org/gmhf/
web@GMHFonline.org
Includes patient information, research, links, find a psychiatrist link
Healthfinder.gov1101 Wootton Parkway, Rockville, MD 20852www.healthfinder.gov
healthfinder@nhic.org
Includes information on more than 1,600 clearinghouses, databases, websites, support and self-help groups, and governmental and private organizations that produce reliable information.
Health InfoSource.com800.447.4474www.healthinfosource.com/Information for consumers, families, and practitioners. Site includes info on all MH disorders, medication information, mental health statistics, MH address book, articles and links. CME online course available for practitioners. MHInteractive contains “Ask the Mental Health Expert”, bulletin boards, educational updates, and MH mailing lists.
Healthy Placewww.healthyplace.com/Consumer run mental health information site with active chat rooms, hosted support groups, mental health news and weekly radio show.
Homelessness Resource Centerhomeless.samhsa.gov
HomelessPrograms@samhsa.hhs.gov
Organization on the delivery of services of people who are homeless and have SMI. Has library, workshops, training, technical assistance.
Internet Mental Healthwww.mentalhealth.com
editor@mentalhealth.com
Information on MI disorders, self-diagnosis, medications, a magazine, research, discussion groups and internet links.
Medline Plus8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894
800.421.4211
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus
custserv@nlm.nih.gov
Through the National Library of Medicine / National Institutes of Health, has medical and scientific articles and provides information on consumer topics, directories, and organizations
Medscape825 Eighth Avenue
11th Floor
New York, NY 10019
212-301-6700
www.medscape.com
MedscapeCustomerSupport@webmd.net
Resource centers include information on management of SMI, depression/bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychiatry and mental health. Also news and discussion links.
Mental Health America2000 N. Beauregard St. 6h floor
Alexandria, VA 22311
800.969.6642
www.mentalhealthamerica.net/National organization with many affiliates, including MHASP. Provides Information, research, services. Bookstore on website. Provides mental illness screening in person, by telephone, and online for alcoholism, anxiety disorders, depression, and eating disorders.
Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric ResearchNew York Office of Mental Health
140 Old Orangeburg Rd.
Orangeburg, NY 10962
845.398.6503
www.rfmh.org/nki/mhguide.pdfMental health resources on the web for families.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)3803 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 100
Arlington VA 22203
800.950.NAMI
www.nami.orgInformation about mental illness (including NAMI produced brochures), research, legal, consumer support, education and training, book reviews, online communities, specials needs, estate planning. See “Local Organizations” for local NAMI chapters.
NAMI PA2149 North Second St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
800.223.0500
http://www.nami-pa.org/
nami-pa@nami-pa.org
NAMI PA offers information, pamphlets and referrals. Has semi-annual regional conferences and an annual state conference to which the public is invited.
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 100
877.871.0744
Washington, DC 20008-2304
www.ncwd-youth.orgComposed of partners with expertise in disability, education, employment and workforce development policy.
National Empowerment Center599 Canal St
Lawrence, MA 01840
800.769.3728
www.power2u.org
info4@power2u.org
Offers technical assistance to those involved in empowerment activities. Distributes recovery-related publications and training activities.
National Guideline Clearinghousewww.guideline.gov
info@guideline.gov
Sponsored by Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). Clinical evidence-based clinical practice guidelines with annotated bibliography.
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)6001 Executive Blvd.
Room 8184, MSC9663
866.615.6464
Bethesda MD 20892
nimhinfo@nih.gov
Live Online Chat:
www.nimh.nih.gov/site-info/contact-nimh.shtml
Information covering all mental illnesses, research, legal, consumer support, education and training, book reviews, online communities, special needs, estate planning, resources, services, medications.
National Mental Health Information Center1 Choke Cherry Road
Rockville, MD 20857
877.726.4727
www.samhsa.gov/prevention/Sponsored by SAMHSA and CMHS. Comprehensive source of mental health information and resources.
National Stigma Clearinghouse245 Eighth Ave #213, New York, NY 10011http://www.stigmanet.org/
stigmanet@webtv.net
Links to anti-stigma programs, resources, research.
Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS)P.O. Box 2675
Harrisburg 17105-2675
800.692.7462 or 717.787.6443
www.dpw.state.pa.us/dpworganization/officeofmentalhealthandsubstanceabuseservices/Links to information about mental health and substance abuse.
Office of Mental Health New York44 Holland Avenue
Albany, New York 12229
800.597.8481
www.omh.ny.gov/Cognitive Dysfunction in Mental Illness: Dealing with Cognitive Dysfunction Associated with Psychiatric Disorders is a self-help version of cognitive remediation that can be downloaded.
US Department of Justice—Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530
800.514.0301
www.ada.govThe Justice Department is responsible for enforcing the ADA law. Provides information and accepts complaints
US Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA)7918 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 300
McLean, Virginia 22102
703.442.2078
www.uspra.org
info@uspra.org

Organizations that Address Mental Illnesses

The Information by Topic table provides resources categorized by specific mental illness or mental health need.
TopicResourceContact informationComments
Alcohol and other addictions—see substance abuseSee blue pages of telephone book for alcohol and drug problems, counseling, employment counseling, cash assistance, disability, housing, shelter, referral services, counseling services, support groups, and volunteer opportunities.
Anorexia and Bulimia-- —see Eating Disorders
AnxietyAnxiety Disorders Assn of America (ADAA)8730 George Ave #600
Silver Spring, MD 20910
www.adaa.org
information@adaa.org
240.485.1001
The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety disorders and to improving the lives of all people who suffer from them.
AnxietyFreedom From Fear308 Seaview Avenue
Staten Island NY 10305
www.freedomfromfear.org/
help@freedomfromfear.org
718.351.1717
An anxiety and depression resource organization. Links to resources.
AnxietyNational Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)6001 Executive Blvd
Room 8184 ,MSC9663
Bethesda, MD 20892
www.nimh.nih.gov
nimhinfo@nih.gov
888.ANXIETY
866.615.6464
Anxiety disorders include panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), phobias (social and specific phobias) and generalized anxiety disorder.
Attachment DisorderAssociation for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of ChildrenP.O. Box 19122
Minneapolis, MN 55419
www.attach.org
questions@attach.org
612-861-4222
Information about reactive attachment disorder. Has quarterly newsletter and annual conference.
Attachment DisorderAttachment & Trauma NetworkP.O. Box 164
Jefferson, MD 21755
www.attachmenttraumanetwork.com
888.656.9806
Serving children and families affected by attachment disorder.
Attention Deficit DisorderAttention Deficit Disorder AssociationADDA
PO Box 7557
Wilmington, DE 19803
www.add.org
adda@jmoadmin.com
800.939.1019
Resource information, support, advocacy, publications, referrals to support groups.
Attention Deficit DisorderADD Warehouse300 Northwest 70th Ave
Suite 102
Plantation, FL 33317
http://addwarehouse.com
websales@addwarehouse.com
800.233.9273
Central location for ordering books, tapes, assessment scales, and videos selected to help parents and others affected by attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder.
Attention Deficit DisorderAttention Deficit Information Network, Inc.475 Hillside Avenue
http://addinfonetwork.com
Offers support and information to families of persons with ADD and professionals through a network of AD-IN chapters.
Attention Deficit Disorder(AD-IN)Needham, MA 02194
adin@gis.net
Attention Deficit DisorderChildren and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD)8181 Professional Place Suite 150
Landover, MD
20785
www.chadd.org/
800.233.4050
Advocacy and education organization with 200 chapters. Offers information about Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder and consumers’ legal rights.
Autism Spectrum DisorderAbout: What are the Autism Spectrum Disorders?http://autism.about.com/od/whatisautism/tp/ASDs.htmWebsite where families and individuals can find resources and ask questions of experts.
Autism Spectrum DisorderAdvisory Board on Autism and Related Disorders (ABOARD)35 Wilson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15223
www.aboard.org
support@aboard.org
800.827.9385
Committed to maximizing the potential and possibilities of Pennsylvanians with autism. In conjunction with MedRespond, has a communication tool, the Autism Answer Engine, to inform the public about autism.
Autism Spectrum DisorderAutism in PABureau of Autism Services
Dept of Public Welfare
P.O. Box 2675
Harrisburg 17105
www.dpw.state.pa.us/services/programs/autism
866.539.7689
Information about Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP)—how adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder can get needed services--and other resources for individuals and families living with autism.
Autism Spectrum DisorderAutism Link135 Cumberland Rd., Suite 105
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
www.autismlink.com
info@autismlink.com
412.364.1886
Information, online support groups and discussion boards.
Autism Spectrum DisorderCenter for Autism Research (CAR) Autism RoadmapChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Autism Research
3535 Market Street, Suite 860
Philadelphia, PA 19146
www.carautismroadmap.org/
autism@email.chop.edu
866.570.6524
Interactive online tool to: learn about autism spectrum disorder, including symptoms, diagnosis, and the impact on families and individuals; get the latest information on treatments and therapies and how to get services; and connect with resources for children, youth, and adults
Autism Spectrum DisorderCDC link to AutismCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta GA 30333
www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/index.html
800.232.4636
Information, projects at the Centers for Disease Control and other agencies, state activities, resources, and information about ASD in children.
Bipolar Disorder— -see Mood Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)McLean Hospital115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478
www.mclean.harvard.edu/patient/adult/bpd.phpmcleaninfo@partners.org
Admissions and Referrals: 800.333.0338
Information on borderline personality disorder treatment
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)National Education Alliance for BPDPO Box 974
Rye, New York 10580
www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.com/
neabpd@aol.com
Resources, publications, upcoming events.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)(TARA) National Association for Personality Disorder
Treatment and Research Advancements
23 Greene Street
New York, NY 10013
www.tara4bpd.org
taraapd@aol.com
888.4 TARAAPD
Resources, publications, upcoming events, support information and referrals.
Bipolar disorder -—see Mood DisorderBipolar Childbipolarchild.comProvides book, newsletter, lectures.
Bipolar disorderCenter for the Advancement of Children’s Mental HealthColumbia University/NYSPI
1051 Riverside Dr., #78
New York, NY 10032
www.kidsmentalhealth.org
212.543.5797
Lists best practices, information, hands-on training and research.
Bipolar disorderChild and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation820 Davis St., Suite 520, Evanston IL 60201
www.bpkids.org
cabf@bpkids.org
847.492.8519
Resources for parents including education accommodations, medications and treatment.
Child and adolescentEvidence-based Mental Health Treatment for Children and Adolescentswww.effectivechildtherapy.com
mitch.prinstein@unc.edu
Information about the most up-to-date treatment and practices for children and adolescents. Lists treatments that have been evaluated scientifically for effectiveness.
child and adolescentKids Together, Inc.Kids Together, Inc.
P.O. Box 574
Quakertown, PA 18954
www.kidstogether.org
staff@kidstogether.org
Sponsored by Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health. Information and resources for children and adults.
child and adolescentCopeCareDeal – A Mental Health Site for Teenswww.copecaredeal.org
webmaster@copecaredeal.org
Website for teens sponsored by Annenberg Foundation Trust.
child and adolescentNew York University Child Study Center577 First Ave.
New York, NY 10016
www.aboutourkids.org
webmaster@AboutOurKids.org
212.263.6622
AboutOurKids library offers extensive information for families and parents of depressed children.
child and adolescentPA Children’s News Sitec/o MHAPA
1414 N. Cameron Street
1st Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101
pamedicalhome.org/resources/community-
resources/item/690-mental-health-association-of-pa-mhapa-children-s-news-site#.VDacRvldVag
info@pachildrensnews.org
866.578.3659
Sponsored by the Mental Health Association in PA (MHAPA).
child and adolescentParentsMedGuidewww.ParentsMedGuide.orgResource center for families on treating depression in adolescents and children. Sponsored by APA and AACAP.
child and adolescentResearch and Training Center on Family Support and Children’s Mental HealthPortland State University Research and Training
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207
www.rtc.pdx.edu
503.725.4040
Dedicated to improving services to children with emotional, behavioral or mental disorders and their families. Holds annual conference. Website offers publications, discussion groups and links.
Clinical trialsNational Institute for Health (NIH)http://clinicaltrials.govNational Library of Medicine database of federally and privately supported clinical research.
Criminal JusticeCriminal Justice/Mental Health Information Network100 Wall Street, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10005
http://csgjusticecenter.org/jc/category/mental-health/
cp_editors@consensusproject.org
212.482.2320
A national effort to help policymakers and criminal justice and mental health professionals improve the response to people with mental illnesses who come into contact with the criminal justice system.
Criminal JusticeDisability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)2212 Sixth Street
Berkeley CA 94710
www.dredf.org
info@dredf.org
800.348.4232
National law and policy center in disability civil rights.
Criminal JusticePolice Executive Research Forum (PERF)1120 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 930, Washington DC, 20036
www.policeforum.org
202.466.7820
A national membership organization of progressive police executives from the largest city, county and state law enforcement agencies. PERF is dedicated to improving policing and advancing professionalism through research and involvement in public policy debate.
Depression -—see Mood Disorders
Drug Abuse— - see Substance Abuse
Dual DiagnosisCo-occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disordersmedia.samhsa.gov/co-occurring/Reports, articles, resources, links.
Dual DiagnosisNational GAINS Centerhttp://gainscenter.samhsa.gov
gains@prainc.com 
800.311.GAIN
National locus for the collection and dissemination of information about effective MH and SA services for people with co-occurring disorders in contact with the justice system. Funded by CMHS.
Dual DiagnosisInstitute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions (IRETA)425 6th Ave., Ste 1710 - Pittsburgh, PA 15219
ireta.org/cooccurringdisorder
412.258.8565
The Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions works with national, state, and local partners to improve recognition, prevention, treatment, research and policy related to addiction and recovery. IRETA provides: accurate and timely dissemination of evidence-based information; bidirectional exchange of constructive knowledge related to addiction and recovery; and knowledge of addiction and recovery in a culturally competent manner.
Eating DisordersAmerican Anorexia/Bulimia Association of Philadelphiawww.aabaphila.org
mail.aabaphila@yahoo.com 
215.221.1864
Provides information and materials and support group information.
Eating DisordersEating Disorders Clinical and Research Program (Formerly the Harris Center and the Harvard Eating Disorders Center)2 Longfellow Place
Suite 200
Boston, MA 02114
www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/services/eating_disorders_treatment.aspx
617.726.8470
Dedicated to expanding knowledge about eating disorders, their detection, treatment and prevention.
Eating DisordersNational Association of Anorexia and Associated Disorders750 E Diehl Road #127
Naperville, IL 60563
www.anad.org
anadhelp@anad.org
630.577.1330
Information, help and support available online and through the hotline.
Eating DisordersNational Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)603 Steward St. #803
Seattle, WA 98101
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
info@nationaleatingdisorders.org
800.931.2237
Research, advocacy, online newsletter, links, and referrals
FamiliesFederation for Families for Children’s Mental Health9605 Medical Center Dr. Rockville, MD 20850
www.ffcmh.org/
ffcmh@ffcmh.org
240.403.1901
Information and publications on children’s mental health, workshops, speakers’ bureau, crisis info and support groups.
FamiliesNational Family Caregivers Association (NFCA)10400 Connecticut Ave., Suite 500
Kensington MD 20895
www.nfcacares.org
info@thefamilycaregiver.org
800.896.3650
To educate, support, empower and speak up for caregivers.
FamiliesParent to Parent of PennsylvaniaCreated by families of children and adults with special needs. Connects families in similar situations with one another.
FamiliesParentsMedGuidewww.ParentsMedGuide.orgResource center for families on treating depression in adolescents and children. Sponsored by APA and AACAP.
FamiliesPennsylvania Families, Inc. (PFI)http://pafamiliesinc.org/
info@pafamiliesinc.org
800.947.4941
Goal is to network support groups, advocates, parent mentors and organizations that assist families who are raising children with emotional or behavioral disorders. Funded by SAMHSA.
FamiliesResearch and Training Center on Family Support and Children’s Mental HealthPortland State University Research and Training
P.O. Box 751
Portland OR 97207
www.rtc.pdx.edu
503.725.4040
Dedicated to improving services to children with emotional, behavioral or mental disorders and their families. Holds annual conference. Website offers publications, discussion groups and links.
Grief/lossThe Dougy National Center for Grieving Children and Familieswww.dougy.orgProvides support where children, teens and families grieving a death can share experiences.
Grief/lossFriends for Survival, Inc.www.friendsforsurvival.org/
916.392.0664
Provides a variety of peer support services.
Medications-also see “Medication Assistance” in Benefits and Schooling sectionAsk the PharmacistScattergood Building
—Friends Hospital
4641 Roosevelt Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19124
http://www.friendshospitalonline.org/Family%20Resource%20Center.htm
FriendsHospitalFRC@gmail.com
610.543.2966
215.831.4894
There is a volunteer pharmacist at the Family Resource Center at Friends Hospital. For questions, leave clear voice mail; appointments are available on Thursdays.
Missing personsFind Missing Peoplehttp://findmissingpeople.com/Register people missing, make some free searches, or join discussion groups for friends/family of missing people.
Missing personsMissing Persons Registermissingpersonsregistry.com/Missing persons register. For help in locating missing people you seek easily, and for the least possible cost.
Missing personsVial of Life Projecthttp://vialoflife.comFree proactive service to store your emergency contacts, next of kin and vital medical information that would be critical to emergency response agencies. Stored information is only accessible by emergency public trust agencies. Free decals for your driver’s license or ID card.
Mood disordersCollege of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists8055 O Street
Suite S113
Lincoln, NE 68510
www.cpnp.org
info@cpnp.org
402.476.1677
The mission of CPNP is to promote excellence in pharmacy practice, education and research to optimize treatment outcomes of individuals affected by psychiatric and neurologic disorders.
Mood disordersChild and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation820 Davis St., Suite 520, Evanston, IL 60201
www.bpkids.org
cabf@bpkids.org
847.492.8519
Parent-led, not-for-profit, web-based organization of families raising children who have (or are at risk for) bipolar disorder. Hours are 8am-5pm CST. Resource directory allows searches for doctors, clinicians, schools, camps, etc.
Mood disordersDepression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)730 Franklin St, #501
Chicago, IL 60610
www.dbsalliance.org/
800.826.3632
Formerly The Depressive and Manic-Depressive Assoc (DMDA). Information on mood disorders including resources, book reviews, and information on clinical trials. DBSA sponsors several local support groups for people with mood disorders and their families.
Mood disordersFamilies for Depression Awareness395 Totten Pond Road, Suite 404
Waltham, MA
02451
http://www.familyaware.org
info@familyaware.org
781.890.0220
To help families recognize and cope with depressive disorders. Has a conference, booklets, and support group.
Mood disordersKyle’s Tree House1080 Stackhouse Mill Road
Newtown Square, PA 19073
www.kylestreehouse.org
info@kylestreehouse.org
Information on treatment options, research, the latest news and other topics; a community where you and others in similar situations can find help and help each other.
Mood disordersInternational Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred)PO Box 17598
Baltimore, MD 21297-1598
www.depression.org
info@ifred.org
410-268-0044
Formerly, the National Foundation for Depressive Illness (NAFDI). A foundation that provides information on depression and its treatability and that promotes research, education, and treatment.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)Obsessive-Compulsive (OC) FoundationPO Box 961029
Boston, MA 02196
www.ocfoundation.org
info@ocfoundation.org
617.973.5801
Education about OCD and related disorders; assistance for individuals with OCD and related disorders, their family and friends; research support into the causes and effective treatments of OCD and related disorders.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)The Peace of Mind Foundation1200 Wilcrest Drive
Houston, Texas 77042
www.peaceofmind.com
linda@peaceofmind.com
713-854-1889
Dedicated to bringing top of mind awareness to the issue of mental illness, with the goal of eliminating these diseases so that one day all will have peace of mind.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)National Center for PTSDhttp://www.ptsd.va.gov/
ncptsd@va.gov
802.296.6300
Resources for veterans, providers, and researchers.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)Sidran Foundation for PTSD200 East Joppa Road
Suite 207
Baltimore, MD
21286
www.sidran.org
info@sidran.org
888.825.8249
Trauma training, resource articles, books.
schizophreniaSchizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America (SARDAA)www.sardaa.orgPromotes improvement in the lives of peoplw with schizophrenia and their families. Holds toll-free monthly conference calls first Wednesday of the month, 7 p.m.-- 888.617.3400, access code 1086548#.
schizophreniaThe Schizophrenia Homepagehttp://schizophrenia.com/
szwebmaster@yahoo.com
Information about schizophrenia, recovery, research, statistics, advocacy, recommended books, discussion boards, and support. Monthly newsletter available by e-mail.
schizophreniaSchizophrenia Research Forumhttps://bbrfoundation.org/schizophreniaSponsored by NARSAD, research updates, profiles and links to worldwide institutions including Schiz_Gene (SZGene) database.
substance abuseCenters for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)http://beta.samhsa.gov/about-us/who-we-are/offices-centers/csap
240-276-2420
Part of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
substance abuseCenter for SA Treatment (CSAT)http://beta.samhsa.gov/about-us/who-we-are/offices-centers/csat
240.276.2750
800.662.HELP
Along with CSAP (above) part of SAMSHA
substance abuseNational Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc (NCADD)244 East 58th Street
4th Floor
New York, NY 10022
www.ncadd.org
national@ncadd.org
800.NCACALL
(Hope Line)
or 212.269.7797
Provides education, information, help, and hope to the public. NCADD operates a toll-free Hope Line (800-NCA-CALL) for information and referral and a National Intervention Network (800-654-HOPE) to educate and assist the families and friends of addicted persons.
substance abuseNational Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)5635 Fishers Lane, MSC 9304
Bethesda, MD 20892
www.niaaa.nih.gov
niaaaweb-r@exchange.nih.gov
301.443.3860
Provides information and publications relating to alcohol use and abuse.
substance abuseNational Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)6001 Executive Blvd., Room 5213
Bethesda, MD 20892
www.drugabuse.gov
information@nida.nih.gov
301.443.1124
Provides information for parents, teachers, students, health professionals. Offers research reports, fact sheets, and information about dual diagnoses. On-line publications are available.
substance abusePA Department of Health Research and Information ClearinghouseHealth and Welfare Building
7th & Forster Streets
Harrisburg, PA 17120
http://webserver.health.state.pa.us/health/padohric/
877.PA.HEALTH
Provides information and booklets for prevention and treatment of SA.
substance abuseSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Publications OrderingP.O. Box 2345
Rockville, MD 20847
http://www.store.samhsa.gov
1.877.726.4727
Can refer you to local affiliates for a wide range of services for individuals with addictions and support groups for families.
substance abuseAmerican Association of Suicidology (AAS)5221 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20015  
www.suicidology.org
202. 237.2280
Advocacy, information, research, links
suicide preventionAmerican Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)Greater Phila Chapter
3535 Market St. #4047
Philadelphia, PA 19104
pgainey@afsp.org
215.746.7256
Contact AFSP for information regarding support groups, conferences, community events, programs, and volunteer opportunities.
suicide preventionAmerican Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP)120 Wall Street, 22nd fl
New York, NY 10005
www.afsp.org
inquiry@afsp.org
888.333.AFSP
Publishes information on suicide prevention and a guide called: Survivors of Suicide that includes bibliography
suicide preventionCentre for Suicide PreventionSuite 320, 1202 Centre Street S.E.
Calgary, AB T2G 5A5
Canada
http://www.suicideinfo.ca/csp/go.aspx
403.245.3900
csp@suicideinfo.ca
Computer-assisted resource library containing print and audio-visual materials on suicide. Also has literature search capability and clipping service.
suicide preventionSuicide Prevention Advocacy Network USA (SPAN)1010 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 408
Washington, DC 20005
www.spanusa.org
info@spanusa.org
202.449.3600
National advocacy organization for development of a proven effective suicide prevention program. Network for legislative initiatives and public action
suicide preventionSuicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC)1000 Potomac Street NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20007
www.sprc.org
info@sprc.org
877.GET SPRC
877.438.7772
Funded by SAMHSA and Education Development Center, SPRC works in collaboration with ten partner organizations, including NAMI. Provides prevention support, training, and informational materials.
Tourette SyndromePennsylvania Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc.132 W. Middle Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
www.patsainc.org/
Info@PATSAInc.org
800.990.3300
Provides information, resources, and support groups.
Tourette SyndromeNational Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc.42-40 Bell Blvd
Bayside, NY 11361
www.tsa-usa.org
ts@tsa-usa.org
718.224.2999
Links to education, research, resources, referrals, local chapters; has a national conference every two years.
trichotillomaniaTrichotillomania Learning Center207 McPherson St., Suite H
Santa Cruz CA 95060
www.trich.org
831.457.1004
Non-profit center for information, education, outreach and support for hair pulling and skin picking.

Southeastern PA Organizations

The table lists organizations in the greater Philadelphia area that help individuals with mental illness and their families.
OrganizationAddress and/or phone numberWebsite and/or
email address
Comments
Active Minds on Campushttp://activeminds.org/Active Minds increases student awareness of MI, provides information and resources; encourages students to seek help as soon as it’s needed. Local chapters at Bryn Mawr College, Cabrini College, Drexel Univ., Immaculata Univ., Juniata College,, Montgomery County Community College, Philadelphia Univ., Temple Univ, UofP, Ursinus College and West Chester Univ.
Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill (AJMI/Tikvah)P.O. Box 52730
Philadelphia, PA 19115

215.832.0671
www.tikvahajmi.com
TIKVAHAJMI@jfgp.org
AJMI/Tikvah partners with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
Association of Jewish Family & Children’s Agencies (AJFCA)620 Cranbury Road,
Ste 102
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

800.634.7346
www.ajfca.org
AJFCA@ajfca.org
Offers mental health services at the local level, many of which are provided without regard to religious affiliation.
Catholic Charities USA66 Canal Center Plaza
Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314

703.549.1390
www.catholiccharitiesusa.org
info@catholiccharitiesusa.org
Local agencies provide social services ranging from food and housing to counseling and vocational training, without regard to religious affiliation.
Chester County Office of MH/MR601 Westtown Rd.,
Suite 340
West Chester PA 19380

610.344.6265 800.692.1100 x6265
http://www.chesco.org/index.aspx?nid=626
Chester County Office of Addictive Diseases (COAD)930 E. Lancaster Ave.
Exton PA 19341

610.363.6164
Tracey Behringer
www.coadgroup.com
Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health20 S. 69th St.
Upper Darby PA 19082

610.713.6265
www.co.delaware.pa.us/humanservices/obh/behavhealth.html
Delaware County Suicide Prevention and Awareness Task ForceP.O. Box 175
Four State Rd.
Media 19063-1413
www.delcosuicideprevention.org
info@delcosuicideprevention.org
Provides education, resources and support to tell the community about suicide and suicide loss and to eliminate the stigma associated with suicide.
Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention CouncilP.O. Box 7193
St. Davids, PA 19087

610.715.0076
www.feelingblue.org
feelingbluespc@aol.com
Sponsored by New Beginnings at Resources for New Development (RHD). Resources for persons at risk and support for survivors.
Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA (MHASP)1211 Chestnut St, 11th fl
Philadelphia, PA 19107

215.751.1800
800.688.4226
www.mhasp.org
mha@mhasp.org
Local affiliate of National Mental Health Association (NMHA). Information and referral for the greater Philadelphia area. Provides ACT NOW (consumer employ-ment training), Compeer (consumer companion program), Community Support Programs, consumer centers, temporary housing, services for the homeless, PIN (Parents Involved Network), case manage- ment, targeted case management, TEC (Training, Education and Consultation) for the family, and other services.
Minding Your Mind Foundation42 W. Lancaster Ave., 2nd fl.
Ardmore 19003

610.642.3879
Susan Saler
http://mindingyourmind.org/Outreach programs for students, families and educators about MI warning signs; promotes open dialogue in school and at home to encourage families to seek appropriate help.
NAMI North Central Philadelphia215.228.7214http://philadelphia.nami.org
jfle@verizon.net
Advocacy, information, support. Meets third Thursday every other month (February, April, etc.) at 6 p.m. at Silver Springs Center, 2nd fl.
1701 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia
NAMI Northeast PhiladelphiaP.O. Box 24763
Philadelphia 19111

215.342.9553
Judy Long
http://philadelphia.nami.org
jfle@verizon.net
Advocacy, information (including newsletter), support Meets third Tuesday of month (except July and August) at PATH, Inc. 8820 Castor Ave., Philadelphia at 7 p.m.
NAMI Northwest Philadelphia215.224.6307
Gloria Worthy
jfle@verizon.net
http://philadelphia.nami.org
Meets first Tuesday of month at 6 p.m. Northwestern Human Resource Center
W27 E. Mt. Airy Ave., Philadelphia
NAMI PA, Chester County825 Paoli Pike, 3rd fl, Mailbox #6
West Chester 19380

484.947.5643
Marilyn Baker
Helpline-610.430.0177
http://chester.nami.org
namichesco@gmail.com
grworthy@msn.com
Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups. Meets third Thursday of the month (except July-Aug) at 7pm at Christ Memorial Lutheran Church, lower level, Paoli Pike and Line Rd., Malvern.
NAMI PA, Delaware CountyNAMI PA, Delaware County
P.O. Box 567

610.623.0071
Shirley Gallagher, President
Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am – 3pm
Lansdowne, PA 19050
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPA-DelawareCountyChapter
namipadelco@nami.org
Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups. Meets first Wednesday of the month, (except July-Aug), 7:30pm, at First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne, Greenwood and Lansdowne Avenues.
NAMI PA, Main Line320 Woodley Road
Merion, PA 19066-1413

267.251.6240
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPAMainLine
info@namipamainline.org
Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups. Holds forums in Mar, May, Sept, Nov, weekly physical activity group, winter potluck supper, and summer picnic.
NAMI PA, Montgomery County100 South Keswick
Glenside, PA 19038

215.866.0350
10am-2pm or leave message
610.278.4916

Norristown Office:
Catholic Social Services 363 E. Johnson Hwy
Norristown, PA 19401
http://www.montconami.com/
info@montconami.com 

http://www.montconami.com/
info@montconami.com 
Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups. Meets third Sunday of the month at Glenside office, 1:45pm: informational meeting with speaker.

Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.

Meets third Sunday of the month at Glenside office, 1:45pm: informational meeting with speaker.
NAMI PA, Montgomery CountyPottstown Office:
Creative Health Services, 11 Robinson Street,
Room B4
Pottstown, PA 19464

610.323.6689
http://www.montconami.com/
info@montconami.com 
Advocacy, education, newsletter, referrals, support groups.
Meets third Sunday of the month at Glenside office, 1:45pm: informational meeting with speaker.
NAMI Philadelphia, Hispanoparlante610291.2549
National MH Consumers’ Self-help Clearinghouse1211 Chestnut St. #1207
Philadelphia, PA 19107

800.533.4539
215.751.1810
www.mhselfhelp.org
info@mhselfhelp.org
Consumer information and referrals, on-site consultation, training events, teleconferences and national conferences, consumer library, newsletter, consumer-supported national database. Helps to develop consumer-run self-help groups. Partly funded by Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS).
Parent Empowerment for Advocacy through Knowledge (PEAK)Philadelphia County

800.688.4226 x500 Becky Espanol, Supervisor
www.mhasp.orgPEAK empowers parents/caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders to become the most effective advocates for their children when accessing, navigating and monitoring child-serving programs in Philadelphia. PEAK is a series of peer led, culturally competent, neighborhood –based training sessions. Statewide support, advocacy, information and referral resource and technical assistance centers for families of children and adolescents who have emotional or behavioral disorders.
Parents Involved Network of PA (PIN)1211 Chestnut St, Ste 1100
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Delaware County
133-35 Long Lane
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Montgomery County
601 Dekalb St., Ste 3
Norristown, PA 19401

215.751.1800 x513
800.688.4226
610.713.9401
610.279-8511
bespanol@mhasp.org
www.mhasp.org
Parent Mentor610.668.1934
Pamela Quinn
Education, training and support for parents to advocate for their children.
Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Ass’n.4105 Derry St.
Harrisburg 17111

800.877.6422
Mary Kohut, Exec. Director
pmhca.org
pmhca@pmhca.org
The Coalition for Youth of Lower Merion and NarberthP.O. Box 23
Narberth 19072

484.337.8731
www.coalitionforyouthlmn.org
info@coalitionforyouthlmn.org
Programs and resources to build assets in our children, families, and our community, to help reduce stress, alcohol use, drug use, violence, and other risky behavior among youth.
The Institute for Recovery and Community Integration1211 Chestnut Street, 11th Floor
Philadelphia, PA  19107

800.688.4226 ext. 265
www.mhrecovery.org
recovery@mhasp.org
Training and technical assistance resource dedicated to promoting and advancing the principles of recovery and increasing community integration and peer support opportunities for persons with MI. Provides training for Certified Peer Specialists, has library and online newsletter. Sponsored by MHASP.
UPenn Collaborative on Community IntegrationUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

215.746.6713
Katy Kaplan, MS.Ed., Center Coordinator
3535 Market Street, 3rd Floor -- CMHPSR
Philadelphia, PA 19104
www.upennrrtc.org
katykap@mail.med.upenn.edu
Partnership between Rehabilitation Research and Treatment Center, The Clearinghouse at the MHASP, and Matrix Center at Horizon House with a mission to develop technologies of community integration for people with psychiatric disabilities.

 

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