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  MacArthur Research Network on Mental Health and the Law   

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About:


The goal of the Research Network on Mental Health and the Law, created in 1988, is to build the empirical foundation for the next generation of mental health laws -- laws that will assure the rights and the safety of individuals and of society. The Network has two overriding mandates: to develop new knowledge about the relationships between mental health and the law, and to turn that understanding into improved tools and criteria for evaluating individuals and making decisions that affect their lives.

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  Macdonald Youth Services   

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Contact:


Macdonald Youth Services
175 Mayfair Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0A1
Canada

204/477-1722
204/284-4431 fax


About:


Macdonald Youth Services [MYS], a registered charitable organization, has been providing children and their families with a range of quality treatment and support services since 1929. It is a child­centered, family­focused treatment agency, committed to a systemic approach in the delivery of our programs and services. MYS offers a continuum of community­based care and support services throughout Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and Thompson.

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  Machon Adler, (Adler Institute)   

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  Magellan Health Services   

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Contact:


Magellan Health Services

800/458-2740


About:


Magellan Health Services is America's largest and most comprehensive specialty managed care organization, with responsibility for the care management of 70 million individuals nationwide -nearly 1 in 3 insured Americans.

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  Magyar Családterápiás Egyesület, (Hungarian Family Therapy Association)   

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Contact:
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Hungarian Family Therapy Association
c/o Tamás Kurimay MD, PhD
1125 Budapest
Kútvölgyi út 4

+36/1/200-98-44
+36/1/391-03-13
+36/1/391-03-14

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  Magyar Pszichoanalitikus Egyesület, (Hungarian Psychoanalytical Society)   

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Contact:
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Magyar Pszichoanalitikus Egyesület
Diósárok ut 16/b
1125 Budapest
Hungary

+36/1/3561 561
+36/1/3561 561 fax

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  Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság   


Contact:


Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság
1067 Budapest
Terez krt.13
1536 Bp.Pf.220
Hungary

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Magyar Pszichològiai Tàrsasàg
Terez krt13
H-1067 Budapest
1536 BpPf220
Hungary

+36/1/1426 178
+36/1/269 2972 fax

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  Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság [MPT], (Hungarian Psychological Association)   

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Contact:


Hungarian Psychological Association
1536 Budapest Pf.: 220
Teréz Krt 13
H-1067 Budapest
Hungary

'+36/1/3426178
'+36/1/2692972 fax


About:


The Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság [MPT] was founded in 1928.

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  Magyar Pzichiátriai Társaság [MPT], {Hungarian Psychiatric Association}   

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Contact:
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Hungarian Psychiatric Association
H-1021, Budapest, Húvösvölgyi út 116
H-1281, Budapest, PO Box 41
Hungary

+36/1/200-6533
+36/1/392-0063
+36/1/394-5922
+36/1/394-1405
+36/1/275-0000 fax

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About:


The multidisciplinary Magyar Pzichiátriai Társaság [MPT] was founded in 1980. Anyone working on the field of mental hygiene with a university degree can gain full membership.

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  Maine Benzodiazepine Study Group MBSG]   

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Contact:
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Maine Benzodiazepine Study Group
University of Maine Center on Aging
5723 Donald P Corbett Building
Orono, Maine 04469-5723

207/581-3444
207-581-4490 fax

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About:


The Maine Benzodiazepine Study Group MBSG] was formed in 2002 as an initiative of Northeast Occupational Exchange in Bangor, and is comprised of physicians, epidemiologists, nurse practitioners, drug abuse specialists, health care providers, payers, advocates, and other interested parties in Maine. The MBSG was created to gather data on benzodiazepine use and to consider evidence-based strategies that promote appropriate prescribing and usage.

Objectives:

  • Review the medical literature to compile information to advance our understanding of the risk/benefit ratio of benzodiazepines
  • Create a process by which this compilation can be added to as knowledge is furthered and updated
  • Design and implement a plan to increase access to information regarding the risk/benefit ratio of benzodiazepines for prescribers and consumers
  • Give alternatives to chronic benzodiazepine use for prescribers’ and consumers’ consideration
  • Improve the treatment of anxiety disorders and decrease risks associated with benzodiazepines through education regarding alternatives and risks at initiation
  • Recognize resources in current existence for the treatment of anxiety disorders and develop ways to increase resources where needed
  • Identify prospects for research that will increase recognition of the risks and benefits of benzodiazepines and further education
  • Collaborate with associations and agencies regarding benzodiazepine abuse/dependence issues as well as the education of healthcare providers and the general public
  • Provide information about benzodiazepine withdrawal methods for people dependent on benzodiazepines and for healthcare practitioners

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  Maine Counseling Association [MeCA]   

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About:


The purposes of the Maine Counseling Association are to enhance individual human development and to advance and promote the discipline of counseling by:
  • Conducting educational and professional meetings and conferences
  • Stimulating, promoting, and conducting research
  • Publishing educational and professional literature
  • Advancing high standards of professional ethics
  • Informing and educating the general public about the counseling profession
  • Establishing contacts with various organizations with common purposes
  • Examining conditions which create barriers to personal growth and working to remove them
  • Supporting the development of state divisions corresponding to those existing in the American Counseling Structure
  • Encouraging state divisions to cooperate with related state departments in the promotion of common objectives

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  Maine Department of Behavioral and Developmental Services   

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  Maine Psychological Association [MePA]   

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Contact:
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Maine Psychological Association
12 Spruce Street
PO Box 5435
Augusta, ME 04332-5435

800/287-5065
207/621-0732
207/622-6228 fax

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About:


The Maine Psychological Association is a non-profit association that represents the more than 600 psychologists and psychological examiners in Maine.

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  Mainliners   

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  Mainstream   


Contact:
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Mainstream, Inc

301/891-8777
301/891-8777 TTY
301/891-7778 fax

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About:


Founded in 1975, Mainstream, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization that provides information and training on disability employment issues, and placement assistance to job seekers with mental, physical, sensory, or emotional disabilities.

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  Making Gains in Mental Health and Addictions Conference   

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  Malaysian Health Informatics Association [MHIA], Persatuan Informatik Kesihatan Malaysia   

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Contact:
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Malaysian Health Informatics Association
c/o Amorphous Health Telematics Sdn Bhd
M3, Block B, Wisma Semantan
12, Jalan Gelenggang
Bukit Damansara
50490 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

+6/03/20932800
+6/03/20942700 fax

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  Malaysian Psychiatric Association   

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Contact:


Malaysian Psychiatric Association
PO Box 12712
50786 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia


About:


The official publication of the Malaysian Psychiatric Association is the Malaysian Journal of Psychiatry.

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  Malta Union of Professional Psychologists   


Contact:


Malta Union of Professional Psychologists
PO Box 341
Valletta
Malta

+356/443681
+356/242707 fax

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  Managed Health Network   

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Contact:


Managed Health Network, Inc

800/327-7526


About:


Managed Health Network provides behavioral healthcare and employee assistance program services at over 1000 sites.

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  Manchester Metropolitan University   

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  Manic-Depression Fellowship   


Contact:


The Manic-Depression Fellowship,
8-10 High Street,
Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, KT1 1EY
UK

0181-974-6550
0181-974-6600 fax

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  Manic-Depression Fellowship (North-West)   


Contact:


Workspace
23 New Mount Street
Manchester M4 4DE
UK

+0161-953-4105


About:


The MD Fellowship educates the public about bipolar illness and publishes its own journal and newsletters. It runs self-help groups, open meetings and a pen-friend scheme. Its patron is Spike Milligan.

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  Manic Depressive Society   


Contact:


Gillian Creighton, Secretary
Manic Depressive Society, Inc.
PO Box 25-068
Christchurch
New Zealand

+64/3/583.442

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  Manitoba Psychological Society [MPS]   

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Contact:


Psychological Association of Manitoba
FW208-CSB, 820 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, MB R3A 1R9
Canada

204/787-4563


About:


The Manitoba Psychological Society [MPS] is a non-profit organization of Manitoba psychologists founded in 1966. The purpose of MPS is to further the use of psychology, as a science and profession, in the service of human health, welfare, and quality of life.

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  Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health   

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Contact:
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Marcé Society
PO Box 30853
London, W12 OXG
United Kingdom

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About:


The Marcé Society, formed in 1980, aims to improve the understanding, prevention and treatment of mental illness related to child-bearing. Membership of the Society is open to all professionals who support the aims of the Society, for example nurses, midwives, psychologists, psychiatrists, health visitors and researchers in the field. The society also encourages the involvement of consumer and carer (self-help) groups.

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  Marcé Society, Australasian Branch   

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Contact:
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The Marcé Secretariat
PO Box 214
Brunswick East
Australia 3057

+61/3/9380 1429
+61/3/9380 2722 fax

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About:


The Marcé Society is multi-disciplinary and provides a forum for exchange of information and ideas between professionals concerned with the welfare of women and their families around the time of childbirth. The formation of the Australasian Branch of the Marcé Society in 1995 was a reflection of the growing commitment and enthusiasm within Australasia towards these issues. Traditionally, the main focus has been on mental illness related to childbearing. However, the interests of Australasian members often encompass broader areas including the maternal-infant relationship, attachment theory, the psycho-biology of pregnancy, antenatal and postnatal education, psycho-social aspects of obstetrics, perinatal bereavement and all aspects of mental health of women and their families during pregnancy and the postnatal period.

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  Margolis and Shrier Health Psychology Associates   


Contact:


Margolis and Shrier Health Psychology Associates, PC
1015 Chestnut Street
Suite 1500
Philadelphia, PA 19107

215/592-8165
215/592-1955 fax


About:


Margolis and Shrier have been offering hypnosis training to qualified professionals for over 25 years.

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  Marijuana Anonymous   

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Contact:
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Marijuana Anonymous
PO Box 2912
Van Nuys, CA 91404

800/766-6779

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About:


Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover from marijuana addiction.

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  Marine Biological Laboratory [MBL]   

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Contact:


Marine Biological Laboratory
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA 02543

508/548-3705


About:


The Marine Biological Laboratory [MBL] was established in 1888 as a non-profit institution devoted to research and education in basic biology. Scientists and students throughout the world come to the MBL to conduct research, teach, study, and collaborate with other scientists. They use the diverse and abundant organisms found in surrounding waters as model systems in their research.

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  Maritime School of Social Work   


Contact:


Maritime School of Social Work
Dalhousie University
6414 Coburg Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada B3H 3J5

902/494-1353
902/494-2703
902/494-6709 fax

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  Mark Allen International Communications   

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Contact:
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Mark Allen International Communications Limited
Croxted Mews
286A-288 Croxted Road
London SE24 9BY
United Kingdom

+44/181/671 7521
+44/181/674 4550 fax

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  Marquette Regional Health Authority   

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  Marriage & Family Health Center   

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Contact:


Marriage & Family Health Center, PC
2922 Evergreen Parkway
Suite 310
Evergreen, CO 80439

303/670-2630
303/670-2392 fax

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  Marshfield Clinic   

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Contact:


Marshfield Clinic
Marshfield, WI


About:


With more than 450 physicians, 2600 support personnel, a major diagnostic treatment center, and thirty regional centers located in upstate Wisconsin, Marshfield Clinic's mission is to serve patients through accessible, high-quality health care, research, and education.

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  Maryland AIDS Professional Education Center   


Contact:


Maryland AIDS Professional Education Center
22 South Greene Street
Box 175
Baltimore, MD 21201-1595

410/328-1215
410/328-9106 fax

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  Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis [MABA]   

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Contact:
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Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis

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About:


The non-profit Maryland Association for Behavior Analysis [MABA] was founded in 1998 to serve as a scientific and professional reference group for those in Maryland who identify themselves as scientists or practitioners that embrace the principles and practices of behavior analysis. The mission of MABA is to promote behavior analysis within the State of Maryland and its surrounding region through the advancement of basic and applied research, service, and training.

MABA is an affiliated chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International.

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  Maryland Association for Counseling and Development   

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  Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth [MARFY]   


Contact:
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Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth
1511 South Ritchie Highway
Suite201
PO Box 220
Arnold, MD 21012

410/974-4901
410/797-9530 fax

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About:


Ffounded in 1971, the non-profit Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth [MARFY] is an association of 65 private sector agencies throughout Maryland, serving children and families through more than ninety separate programs and services.

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  Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene   

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  Maryland Gerontological Association   


Contact:


Maryland Gerontological Association
430 South Broadway
3-rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21231-2409

410/675-3244

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  Maryland Institute for Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy   


Contact:


Maryland Institute for Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy
6118 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

410/358-1381

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  Maryland Mental Health Counselors Association [MdMHCA]   

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Contact:


Maryland Mental Health Counselors Association
PO Box 567
Garrett Park, MD 20896

301/933-3617


About:


The Maryland Mental Health Counselors Association [MdMHCA] represents licensed clinical professional counselors in the State of Maryland. MdMHCA is a chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

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  Maryland Psychological Association   

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Contact:
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Maryland Psychological Association
10025 Governor Warfield Parkway
Suite 102
Columbia, MD 21044-3308

410/992-4258
410/995-0499
301/596-3999
410/992-7732 fax

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  Maryland Psychiatric Research Center [MPPRC]   

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Contact:


Maryland Psychiatric Research Center
University of Maryland, Baltimore - School of Medicine
PO Box 21247
Baltimore, MD 21228

410/402-7666
410/402-6077


About:


The primary mission of the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center [MPRC] is the study of the manifestations, causes, and innovative treatments of schizophrenia. The origins of neurodegenerative diseases such as Huntington's and Parkinson's diseases are also studied.

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  Maryland Schizophrenia Conference   

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  Maryland State Medical Society [MedChi]   

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Contact:
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MedChi
1211 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

800/492-1056
410/539-0872

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  Maryland State Office of Rural Health   

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