Links to Disney Resources:
Disney Message Boards- https://disboards.com/
This is really the best resource for all things Disney. The message boards are full of great information and updates on new things and old.
All Ears- http://allears.net/
This site has great information including menus from all the Disney restaurants, pictures on many of the rooms across the property, and so much more. Also has links to coupons and other discounts.
Mental Health Resources:
Talk Space– https://www.talkspace.com/
This is a great resource if you want access to support, but don’t want to have to make special arrangements and appointments. It has options for therapy, with licensed therapists, that can help you with your goals.
Mental Health Resources– https://www.mentalhealth.gov/
This site has articles, resources, and so much more. From eating disorders to depression, it has information to help you learn and get informed.
Support for Addiction– https://www.drugrehab.com
This is a great resource for support and information when you are trying to beat addiction. The recovery process is hard, and you can find more success with support.
Help For Addiction: https://www.rehabcenter.net/inpatient-rehab-centers/
This resource has links to facilities and resources when you are ready to get help. They have referrals for inpatient and outpatient resources and other support. When you are ready, reach out and get the help you need.
NAMI, the National Alliance for Mental Illness, has local chapters in most states, and provides support and referrals to people with mental health issues. They advocate for changes in resources and provide support and referrals when families are looking for assistance.
Alcoholics Anonymous– http://www.aa.org/
AA helps recovering alcoholics stay sober through ongoing support. This site had links to meetings around the country, and can help in recovery.
Gambler’s Anonymous– http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/
Gambler’s anonymous, like AA, provides support to people with a gambling problem. It helps people stay in recovery and provides support and education.
Narcotics Anonymous– https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/
Similar to AA and gambler’s anonymous, for people struggling with addiction to other substances and medications.
Support for Teens– https://counseling.online.wfu.edu/teens-guide-to-mental-health/
This is a great resource for teens, with information on multiple topics.
Substance Abuse Services and Support: http://detoxrehabs.org/
This is a site that can help like people to substance abuse support. It talks about options for treatment an other support.
Sleep issues and PTSD– https://sleepopolis.com/education/ptsd-and-sleep/
This is a great article on PTSD and sleep.
Self-Care Checklist for Mental and Physical Health
For Teens: Am I Depressed or is It Just a Phase?
Seasonal Affective Disorder
How to talk to your kids about addiction
What are Suicidal Thoughts?
Happiness support, when you are feeling low
Good Reads- https://www.goodreads.com
This has quotes and other positive messages, when you just need something uplifting.
Happy Stories- https://www.sunnyskyz.com
When the news is just bad, these are stories that can bring a smile to your face.
Volunteer Opportunities- https://www.volunteermatch.org/
This site has volunteer opportunities around the country, to help you stay connected.
These are just some of the great resources out there, if you need support. If you have a resource, and would like to add it to this list, contact us and let us know. We appreciate a like to our site as well if you find out site helpful, and supportive.