These sites are support resources, communities and comfort zone for people living with mental health challenges.
NAMI’s Online Communities is for family members:
StrengthofUs is an online community for you to connect with peers and share a little bit about your beautiful, unique self. Young adults for young adults developed and created the group to empower, and encourage friendly support, and to build connections for everyone navigating their successes and challenges throughout the transition-age years.
Whatadifference is an interactive video for people living with mental health conditions, and the friends who support them. It provides tools to understand the recovery process, learn about differing mental illnesses, and read real-life stories about help and improvement. Friends make all the difference.
Forums at Psych Central
Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation is an online support group for people who live with depression or bipolar disorder. If you are seeking inspiration for a healthful and happy life, the Facing Us Clubhouse is your online home for wellness. The Facing Us Clubhouse is a program brought to you by The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA).
Suicide Attempt Survivors Group is a community of people who survived a suicide attempt. It is a safe place for you to share thoughts and feelings about struggles, challenges, and progressions. We talk candidly about why we attempted suicide.
My Invisible Disabilities Community is a network of people who have a chronic illness due to pain, injuries, and disabilities; the network is also for their friends and family.
Daily Strength is a free anonymous support group for all peers who endure mental health conditions.