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Mark Dombeck, Ph.D.

There is a wealth of online information about schizophrenia. Many of these resources have been developed and are maintained by others who live with schizophrenia, or a family member. Here, we provide links to several sites we admire. For a more comprehensive listing of Internet resources, please visit the Links portion of our Schizophrenia Center.

Schizophrenics Anonymous
Schizophrenics Anonymous
A very resourceful site about schizophrenia and support groups in and around the Michigan area. Also includes links to other world wide support groups. 

Schizophrenia Society of Ontario
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario
This site is full of information about Schizophrena. It provides support and advocacy for schizophrenics. It is also a support group for families. I found it very informative.

NAMI/NY offers practical support, education, and comfort to those who suffer or have family members suffering from neurobiologically based brain diseases. This site provides a tremendous amount of information on the coping, diagnosis, treatment, and advocacy of such diseases. The provided information is useful and up-to-date. 

The Schizophrenia Home Page
Brian Chiko
This site provides an extensive listing of online schizophrenia resources. Resources are divided by topic. Topics include online support, information for family and friends, patients, professionals, and students. There is no indication of the site's last update, and we found many broken links during our visit. 

The Royal College of Psychiatrists 'Help is at Hand' Leaflet Series
University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is pleased to be able to publish in full the Royal College of Psychiatrists' 'Help is at Hand' Series. The first leaflet was published seven years ago and the topics covered are continually expanding. Over four million leaflets have now been produced by the College.