|Acquired Brain Injury Network of Pennsylvania||Providing information, support, presentations, training and a free monthly newsletter about acquired brain injury.
||Montgomery||Acquired Brain Injury Network of Pennsylvania||Acquired Brain Injury Network of Pennsylvania|
|American Foundation for Suicide Prevention||Supports research to better understand suicide and its prevention; provides information about mental health and suicide prevention to professionals, the media and the general public; publicizes the magnitude of the problems of depression and suicide, advocates for policies and legislation that can help prevent suicide and educate those interested in mental health and suicide prevention; and offers education programs for those who may struggle and survivors of suicide loss.
||American Foundation for Suicide Prevention||American Foundation for Suicide Prevention|
|Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania||Raises awareness of brain safety through education and advocacy. Provides education and training about brain injury to medical personnel, police officers and social service agencies. Hosts educational brain safety fairs at various locations throughout the state.
The Brain Injury Resource Line (BIRL) is a toll free number which provides support, compassion, and information about brain injury resources available in the caller's area (leave a message if no answer). Maintains a listing of brain injury support groups around the state.
Brain STEPS school re-entry program provides training to educators and parents to make sure they understand the effects of brain injury, the resulting challenges, and the supports and interventions that will help students with brain injuries be successful in school.
||Cumberland||Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania||Brain Injury Association of America|
|Co-Dependents Anonymous||CoDependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. Website has information about co-dependency and a searchable listing of meetings in the United States and worldwide.||Co-Dependents Anonymous||Co-Dependents Anonymous, Inc.|
|Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania||To disseminate information and educate the public on compulsive gambling. Provides speakers, workshops, seminars, and information on compulsive gambling to business, industry and labor groups, schools and colleges, health care facilities, churches and other community organizations.
Also provides a telephone hotline and information on gambling anonymous meetings held throughout the state.
The National Council on Problem Gambling
730 11th Street, NW, Suite 601, Washington, DC 20001
www.ncpgambling.org; email@example.com||Philadelphia||Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania||Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania|
|Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance||Patient-directed national organization provides scientifically based tools and information written in plain language about mood disorders. DBSA supports research to promote more timely diagnosis, develop more effective and tolerable treatments, and discover cures. The organization also works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably.
||Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance||Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance|
|Hepatitis C Support Project||Hepatitis C virus (HCV) education, support and advocacy. Provides information on support groups in the USA, produces and disseminates educational materials on HCV and offers training workshops for care providers and others impacted by HCV.
||Hepatitis C Support Project||Hepatitis C Support Project|
|National Alliance on Mental Illness||Grassroots mental health advocacy organization focuses on educating the public about mental illness to reduce the stigma associated with it, advocating for laws and policies supportive of individuals with mental illness and helping individuals with mental illness connect with support groups in their communities.
||National Alliance on Mental Illness||National Alliance on Mental Illness|
|National Stepfamily Resource Center||Primary objective is to serve as a clearinghouse of information, linking family science research and best practices in working with couples and children in step families.||National Stepfamily Resource Center||National Stepfamily Resource Center|
|Overeaters Anonymous - Support Groups||A program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. There are face to face meetings throughout the United States, as well as online meetings.
To find a support group, please visit their Web page.||Overeaters Anonymous||Overeaters Anonymous|
|Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA)||Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous is a twelve step program for men and women who have an addiction to sex and/or love and want to do something about it. The web site has information on locating face to face or online meetings.||Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous||Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous|
|United Ostomy Associations of America||A national network for bowel and urinary diversion support groups in the United States.
||United Ostomy Associations of America||United Ostomy Associations of America|