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Mental Health Provider Resource Lists

Provider Referral List for Cache and Rich Counties         ---(excel file download) ---(pdf version)


Bear River Mental Health Resources

English Forms
Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information Form used to authorize BRMH to give out health information and/or receive information from another agency/person.

Access To Records Request Form (Self Release)
For use by BRMH clients requesting access to their own health information or for use by personal representatives.

 

Spanish Forms
Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information

Recommended Self-Help Book List

Here are a list of books that you might find useful in learning about certain topics.
You may try finding them at a local book store or library.


Depression & Anxiety:
The Feeling Good Handbook, by David Burns
The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, by Nathaniel Branden
When Bad Things Happen to Good People, by Harold Kushner
Brain Lock: Free Yourself from Obsessive -- Compulsive Behavior, by Jeffrey Schwartz
Bipolar Disorder Demystified, by Lana Castle
Changing for Good: A Revolutionary Six- Stage Program for Overcoming Bad Habits and Moving Your Life Pos. Forward

 

Mindfulness:
Full Catastrophe Living, by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Thoughts Without a Thinker, by Mark Epstein
Emotional Alchemy:  How the Mind Can Heal the Heart, by Tara Bennett-Coleman
The Road Less Traveled, by Scott Peck

 

Trauma/Abuse:
I Can't Get Over It:  A Handbook for Trauma Survivors, by Aphrodite Matsakis
The Courage To Heal Workbook: for Women & Men Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, by Laura Davis
The Courage to Heal:  Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, by Ellen Bass & Laura Davis

 

Relationships:
Divorce Busting, by Michelle Weiner-Davis
The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman
Love Must Be Tough, by James Dobson
My Mother, My Self, by Nancy Friday
Mother Daughter Wisdom, by Christiane Northrup

 

Parenting:
When Your Child Has Been Molested:  A Parent's Guide to Healing and Recovery, by Kathryn B. Hagans & Joyce Case
Real Parents, Real Children:  Parenting the Adopted Child, by Holly Van Gulden & Lisa M. Bartels-Rabb
Learning the Dance of Attachment:An Adoptive Parent's Guide to Fostering Healthy Development, by Holly van gulden and Charlotte Vick


Self-Help External Resources
Circle of SecurityGood website for the special and different parenting needed for children who have been traumatized or have attachment difficulties.

 

Child and Adolescent Bipolar FoundationA wonderful website for parents of children with bipolar disorder. It is research based, is up to date, provides a parent to parent mentor. There is an annual fee, however.

 

Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceFree information on depression and bipolar disorder as well as listings to over 1000 patient support groups across the country.

Mental Health Resource Foundation Libraries of mental illness, addiction, and emotional resources for religious denominations.

MentalWellness.comNews and information on mental health issues, the history of mental illness understanding and treatment, basic facts about various mental illnesses. Online schizophrenia resource and information about mental health issues

National Alliance on Mental IllnessNot-for-profit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses.

National Institute of Mental HealthThe National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) website provides information from the Federal agency that conducts and supports research on mental illnesses.

National Mental Health Association Dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service

 

University of Virginia Health System (Adult Mental Health) This site is published by the University of Virginia and has a link to a comprehensive list of many diagnosable mental illnesses in adults.

 

University of Virginia Health System (Child and Adolescent Mental Health)This site is published by the University of Virginia and has a link to a comprehensive list of many diagnosable mental illnesses in children and adolescents.

 

Spanish Self-Help/External Resources (en Español)
Depresion.org
Información actualizada sobre la depresión, tipos, síntomas, causas, evaluación, tratamiento y autoayuda.(Site in entirely in spanish dedicated to the discussion of depression and what a person should do to seek help).

 

MedlinePlusTemas de Salud, Enciclopedia Mdica, Tutoriales Interactivo, Pgina Recomendada, Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina, Institutos Nacionales de Salud

 

NAMI (La Alianza Nacional de Enfermedades Mentales) La Alianza Nacional de Enfermedades Mentales (NAMI, por sus siglas en inglés) es la organización de salud mental más grande de los EEUU dedicada a mejorar las vidas de las personas con serias enfermedades mentales y las de sus familiares. Tras su fundación en 1979, NAMI se ha convertido en la voz de la nación con respecto a las enfermedades mentales. NAMI es una organización nacional que incluye oficinas en cada estado y en más de 1,000 comunidades locales, alrededor del país, las cuales se reúnen para alcanzar la misión de NAMI a través del asesoramiento, la investigación, el apoyo y la educación.

 

Publicaciones en Español -- National Institute of Mental Health Todas nuestras publicaciones son gratuitas. Hemos escrito algunas de nuestras publicaciones en un estilo que es fácil de leer y hemos traducido algunas de nuestras publicaciones a español. Nuestras publicaciones están echas en HTML (el formato estándar del Web) y/o PDF (formato de documento portable).

Prescription Savings Programs/Discount Medications
RXOutreach
Patient Assistance Program: As low as $20 for a 3 month supply.

Together RX Access CardThe average savings approximately 25-40% on medications. (Depending on brand/generic and company).
The patient must:
         --- have an income < $30,000 ($40,000 couples)
         --- have no type of prescription coverage
         --- not be eligible for Medicare.

Xubex Pharmaceutical ServicesFor generic medications only. Income at or below 243% of the Federal Poverty Level.  $20 fee for a prescription for 90 days ($40 for 180 days, $60 for 360 days

 

Patient Assistance

NeedyMeds.comNeedyMeds is a good source of information on patient assistance programs. All information is free and updated regularly.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Helps find existing patient assistance programs and determine eligibility. You have to answer eligibility questions. Contains information needed to apply (online application links)

RXAccessRxAssist offers a comprehensive database of these patient assistance programs, as well as practical tools, news, and articles so that health care professionals and patients can find the information they need. All in one place. Must create a user account.

 

Medicaid Resources

Medicaid Member Handbook

Medicaid Meber Handbook- Spanish