Links, state by state to Consumer-run Behavioral Health Support Drop In Centers..support yours by going there!

Bipolar? Mental Health? Here are the links to Consumer-Run Drop In centers featuring “Mindfulness,” Schizophrenics Anonymous” “Nami,“ Bipolar Support, Jewelry, Free Peer Counseling etc.

Nami has a link and NEC has a link.

Here’s Nami’s and they have a big disclaimer..basically saying that there may be more Drop in Centers by now.

http://www.cdsdirectory.org/database/view all listings php

Here’s NEC’s directory of Peer Run hangout places that are ART centered

http:///.power2u.org/consumerrun-statewide.html

More on spicy entertainment

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Actor Bobby Cannavale as the ‘relapsed’ drinker and drunker record company head. I used to be married to one of those.

 

If you are really into rock, particularly punk stuff like Sex Pistols and latter day Punk like the Ramones, you might want to preset the show ‘Vinyl,’ which focuses on a band called “The New York Dolls.” You may not have heard of them but the lead singer of the band “the smiths,” Steven Patrick Morrissey, he wrote a whole book on them. No one can get ahold of it because it’s out of print and that is how he wants it. It gives him cache and mystery, like the business of his sexuality cloaked in secrecy. He felt it was no one’s affair. Get it? Anyway, download a few New York Dolls songs and I am sure you will like them. They were ahead of their time and not embraced by commercial radio.  The show, with Mick Jagger and Martin Scorcese as the helm, will premier this Sunday night.

Valentine’s new Martin Scorcese, Mick Jagger TV Show: Vinyl

 

 

Don’t forget…Bobby Cannivale, who did a star turn as Gyp Rosetti in Boardwalk Empire (my favorite was when he did S&M with himself as the M in a dog collar) and as Al Pacino’s son in “Danny Collins” stars in this show about the music business. Since I was married to a Geffen Records promoter, I know the other side of the music industry pretty intimately and can’t wait to take stock of their creation. bobbyI think it’s on HBO, like a lot of other good stuff.