Western Tidewater CSB partners with local, state, and national organizations. Below you can find a list of key partner organizations and links to their websites:

Recommended Smart Phone Apps

APPS

Android: https://play.google.com/store

IPhone: http://www.appstoreapps.com/

T2Mood Tracker- Allows you to track Anxiety/Depression/PTSD/Stress/ add topic, client can rate once a day shows bar graph can track month at a time.

Mood Tools- Thought Diary app assists in reframing thoughts, information about depression, links to Ted Talks, & Safety Plan feature

Thought Diary- Diary app provides ability to name entry, describe situation, discuss negative thoughts, challenge cognitive distortions, and find alternative thoughts. Saves previous entries

Companion App – CBT app for stress & anxiety provides relaxation exercise, assist in reframing though (identify trigger, identify negative though, create new thought, create customizable cards to manage symptoms

OSUCCS (iphone only) – Deep breathing exercise, breath visualization, muscle relaxation exercise, links YouTube videos how to combat stress. Also has gratitude journal which links to online website provide example.

PsychDrugs- App has most psychological drugs, listed A-Z, has brand/generic name, dosage forms/maximum dosage, half-life, side effects, and most common diagnoses for medication

Mindshift- App for anxiety management provides education, walks through common situations how to cope with anxiety (realistic thinking, managing worrying, dealing with conflict, relaxation exercise (calm breathing, tense & release), visualization/mindfulness strategies, assist with developing coping strategies

Pacifica- Rate current mood, rate health (customizable), develop hope board, daily mood entry, reframe thoughts, guided meditations with videos (deep breathing/mindfulness), has week tracker options to work on completing goal (reminds you get on the app)

Calm- App for mindfulness (beginners, increase focus, reduce anxiety, sleep, stress, relationships), breath visualizer, guided sleep story

DBSA- Wellness Tracker (mood & well-being) can rate symptoms, track sleep/medication compliance (not customizable format)

Rise Up- App for body dysmorphia/eating disorder, can log meals, lean ways to cope (journal topic, engage mindfulness exercise). This app is not customizable it does link to Instagram/twitter/FB to connect social support through Recovery Warriors.

PTSD Coach- App education about PTSD (individual/family impact), track symptoms, discusses triggers and ways to cope with symptoms.

Calm Harm- App for resisting the use to engage in self-harm, discusses “ride the wave” before engaging in self-harm, has participate engage in activity for 1 minute,  5 minutes, or 10 minutes.

Western Tidewater CSB partners with local, state, and national organizations. Below you can find a list of key partner organizations and links to their websites:

Area Support Groups

Addiction Treatment Programs

The ARC of Greater Williamsburg

Autism Society Tidewater

Autism Society of Tidewater Virginia Meetup Group

Hampton Roads Autism Wellness Parent Support Group

Hampton Roads Survivors of Suicide Support Group

Suffolk Recovery Centers

Crisis Help

WESTERN TIDEWATER CSB 24/7 EMERGENCY SERVICES:  757-925-2484

The Children's Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center at Maryview Medical Center: 757-215-3460

Suicide Hotline:  1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)

Virginia Family Violence & Sexual Abuse Hotline:  1-800-838-8238

Alcohol & Drug Addiction Helpline:  1-800-442-0971

Governmental Agencies

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities - PCPID

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS)

DBHDS Office of Human Rights

Department of Medical Assistance Services

Department of Social Services

U. S. Office on Civil Rights

An Overview of the Fair Housing Act

National Council on Independent Living

Resources for Seniors

Independent Living for Seniors

Senior-Friendly Remodeling: The Ultimate Guide

Malnutrition Among Seniors Living at Home

How to Solve Hygiene Problems Common to People with Dementia

The Caregiver’s Guide to Helping Alzheimer’s Sufferers Grieve a Loss

Advocacy Sites

National Alliances for the Mentally Ill

The Arc of the United States

SARRA of Virginia (Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance)

Disability Law Center of Virginia (DLCV)

Virginia Organization of Consumers Asserting Leadership (VOCAL)

Foster Families Love Life

Associations and Organizations

Virginia Department of Education Parent Resource Center

Virginia Association of Community Services Boards (VACSB)

National Institute of Mental Health

Mental Health America

International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (IAPRS)

National Support Services

Alcoholics Anonymous

EveryDay Matters

Gamblers Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Overeaters Anonymous

American Association on Mental Retardation's on-line Newsletter

Local Departments of Social Services

Suffolk Department of Social Services

Franklin Department of Social Services

Isle of Wight County Department of Social Services

Southampton County Department of Social Services

Additional Links and Tools

10 Things Parents of Children with Developmental Disabilities Should Know

Mental Health America – Depression Screening

Help for Depression

Prescription Assistance Program

SAMHSA Compilation of Mutual Aid Groups for MH and SUD needs

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