Provider Resources

Please watch this page. We will initially list useful resources for primary care providers, including guides for medication management. 

Here is a list of websites that primary care providers and mental health professionals may find helpful:

  1. Primary Care:
    1. Medscape ( A comprehensive medical resource that offers clinical information, medical news, drug information, and continuing medical education (CME) courses.
    2. American Academy of Family Physicians ( The official website of the American Academy of Family Physicians, providing resources, guidelines, and educational materials for family physicians.
    3. UpToDate ( An evidence-based clinical decision support resource that offers updated medical information, treatment guidelines, and patient education materials.
    4. National Institutes of Health (NIH) ( The website of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, providing access to a wealth of health-related information, research findings, clinical trials, and resources for healthcare professionals.
    5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ( The official website of the CDC, offering guidelines, educational materials, and resources related to infectious diseases, preventive care, and public health.

    Mental Health:

    1. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) ( The NIMH website provides information on mental health disorders, research updates, treatment options, and resources for healthcare providers and the general public.
    2. American Psychiatric Association (APA) ( The APA website offers resources, guidelines, educational materials, and information on psychiatric disorders for mental health professionals.
    3. Psychology Today ( An online directory that helps individuals find mental health professionals in their area. It also features articles, blogs, and resources related to mental health.
    4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) ( SAMHSA provides resources, treatment information, educational materials, and guidelines related to substance abuse and mental health.
    5. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ( NAMI is a mental health advocacy organization that offers resources, educational materials, support groups, and information for both individuals and professionals.