Additional National Resources

Huron Behavioral Health is not affiliated with any of the following agencies, and makes no recommendations or endorsements. Each person is encouraged to individually choose where he or she would like to seek services, according to their needs.

Job Seekers

To help people in recovery gain meaningful employment, created a resource that provides information on job searching, addressing employment gaps, interview preparation, and the laws that protect them. You can view it here: guide was created to help students navigate the programs and policies supporting mental health. It covers topics for students from the most dangerous substances, the potential repercussions of long-term usage, and actionable steps for overcoming addiction.

Alzheimer’s Association

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Crisis Text Line
Text: 741-741


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Social Security Disability Benefits Guide

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

The National Alliance on Mental Illness

The National Institute on Drug Abuse

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)