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Online access will continue, which requires a library card number. If you do not have a library card number please register here and you will be emailed a number.

We will keep you updated as events unfold. We will continue to work closely with the town to ensure the safety of all our patrons, and we hope that everyone continues to be healthy.

Recommended Mental Health Websites

For starters, the staff has compiled lists of what we feel are the best free websites.  These websites are free, authoritative, and regularly updated.

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  Name Description
  Get Immediate Mental Health Help Find information about mental health services
and resources in your area. You can search You can search by city, state, or zip code
  Medicare and Mental Health The various aspects of mental health care and related prescription drug therapy can be covered by different parts of the Medicare program. Learn more about Medicare mental health coverage.
  Suicide: A Major, Preventable Mental Health Problem A website helping you if you are contemplating suicide or to help a loved one if you fear the person is in danger.
  Comorbidity: Addiction and Other Mental Disorders Comorbidity describes two or more disorders or illnesses occurring in the same person. They can occur at the same time or one after the other. Comorbidity also implies interactions between the illnesses that can worsen the course of both.
  The Guide to Keeping Your Job Before, During and After Addiction Rehab

Unfortunately, many people avoid getting treatment because they fear doing so could actually hurt their careers.

The reality is that avoiding treatment can actually be much more damaging. Following is a resource guide for those suffering from substance abuse problems. It provides the information they need to ensure they can keep their job before, during, and after entering drug or alcohol rehab.

  Community for Teens and Young Adults with Mental Disorders (from NAMI) Teens and young adults who live with mental illness can feel hopeless and alone. Many don’t know what’s wrong with them but feel like it’s their fault. Those who understand what is happening fear they can’t be helped. Because of the stigma attached to mental illness, it’s often hard for those suffering and their families and friends to talk about what they’re going through. But help is available, and it works.
  Recovery and Recovery Support Learn how recovery-oriented care and recovery support systems help people with mental and/or substance use disorders manage their conditions successfully.
  How to Keep Your Home Through Debilitating Mental Illness Almost half of all foreclosures occur due to a homeowner’s medical problems. This website is a resource guide to provide those suffering with a debilitating disease with the information they need to ensure they’re able to keep their home as they seek and receive treatment.
  New Jersey Self-Help Groups Clearinghouse The New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse is program of Saint Clare’s Health System that has been helping people find local, New Jersey community-led support groups, national self-help headquarters, local self-help group clearinghouses, national and international resources, online, telephone and one-of-a-kind support groups, as well as other national networks since 1980.

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