Resources

Get on the Road to Better Mental Health.

This page lists a few third-party websites and other online resources you may find helpful in addition to counseling. They’re free to use, so take a look around!

Tri-County EAP may also be able to guide you to offline resources that meet your particular needs. For more information, please get in touch.

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Helpful Links

Healthy Living Resources

Authentic Happiness (U. Penn)
HelpGuide.org
The 5 Love Languages

Natural Health and Wellness Resources

Official Website of Andrew Weil, M.D.

Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependency Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Stress Management Resources

www.heartmath.org

Tip: If you are stressed right this minute, go directly to the “De-Stress Kit for the Changing Times” at www.heartmath.org/destresskit.

Summit County Resources

www.infolineinc.org

Info Line is a community information and referral service available 24 hours a day. Both by phone and online, Info Line can connect you to local providers of a wide range of services, including employment services, health care, education services and many more.

Financial Assistance Resources

National Relief Hot Lines (PDF)
Greenleaf Family Center

Online Assessments

Anxiety Assessments

www.npadnews.com/anxietyquiz.asp
www.amenclinics.com

Drinking Habits Assessment

www.alcoholscreening.org

Career Aptitude Assessment

www.careerplanning.about.com