About the Mental Health Networking Group community
Mental Health Networking Group is a Linkedin Group for Mental Health with roughly 31K members.
In their own words
This group is for people working in the mental health field who would like to expand their network and reach out to other professionals with views, share best practices and upload news, jobs, and other developments in their area of expertise.
Mental Health ForumThe Mental Health Forum is a peer support forum for people who experience any form of mental health issue. It is a place where you can speak openly and anonymously about your mental health experiences. Our aim is to be the friendliest place on the web to discuss mental health issues. We bring together people from all corners of the world and from all walks of life.
Schizophrenia.comStarted in 1995, Schizophrenia.com is an internet community dedicated to providing high quality information, support and education to the family members, caregivers and individuals whose lives have been impacted by schizophrenia. We are dedicated to improving the lives of all individuals and families suffering from schizophrenia, and in speeding the research progress towards a cure.
Turn2Me Peer SupportShare your thoughts experiences and connect your peers in a safe, moderated peer community.
Therapy TribeThe road to mental health begins with you; but it helps to know you’re not alone. At TherapyTribe, we believe that individuals become empowered to help themselves and others when they feel a part of something larger. Our free online support community offers members a convenient and safe place to connect. We’ve combined members from five long-standing support websites to create one fantastic wellness community. Join the larger conversation on wellness and peer support, or limit your interactions to your core support group(s) – the choice is yours. TherapyTribe contains the following independent groups: AddictiionTribe, AnxietyTribe, DepressionTribe, HIV/AidsTribe, LGBTribe, MarriageFamilyTribe, OCDTribe, TeenTribe.
Daily StrengthKnowing when you need help is a sign of strength. Share your experience and join a support group to connect with those on the same path.