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The CDC Mental Health Work Group's mission is to increase public awareness about mental illness. Its site has statistics as well as podcasts and blog postings on topics like postpartum depression and suicide prevention.
Publications from the Federal Inter-agency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, including America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, an annual update on the well-being of children and families in the United States
The National Center for PTSD has seven national divisions that focus on post-traumatic stress disorder research. The website describe the symptoms of PTSD and summarizes available treatment options. The site is also the home of PILOTS, the Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress database.
The National Institute of Mental Health conducts and support research for the treatment of mental illness. The website publicizes NIMH's public research activities, provides statistics on the prevalence of mental disorders, includes links to open clinical trials, and has booklets and fact sheets for the general public.
This agency supports research for the prevention and treatment of drug dependency. The site feature DrugFacts, where you can find the health risks and acute effects of abusing illegal and prescription drugs.
SAMHSA develops policies and programs to support behavioral health. The site has news, statistics on mental illness, and links to support services. The site also has many free publications for consumers and health care providers.
statistics and data on mental health and neurology resources in the world and allows users to find and display global, regional and country data, as well as to compare countries and WHO regions and prepare tables, charts and maps for downloading