Get comprehensive list of Helpline Numbers through online OCD Support Groups OCDTribe.com
07/23/2011

OCDTribe.com has announced that it provides a comprehensive list of Helpline Numbers through its website. The helpline numbers can be easily accessed by anonymous Internet users. It provides numbers for Suicide Prevention / Depression Support, Substance Abuse / Alcoholism, Rape, Abuse & Domestic Violence, Gay / Lesbian Issues, Pregnancy / Sexual Health, and Medical Emergencies.

Online PR News – 23-July-2011 – – Carlsbad, California, July 20, 2011: One of the most popular online OCD Support Groups, OCDTribe.com has announced that it provides a comprehensive list of Helpline Numbers through its website. The web page containing the helpline numbers can be easily accessed by anonymous Internet users. Besides the general medical emergency 911 number, it provides numerous helpline numbers for Suicide Prevention / Depression Support, Substance Abuse / Alcoholism, Rape, Abuse & Domestic Violence, Gay / Lesbian Issues, Pregnancy / Sexual Health, and Medical Emergencies.
Commenting on the benefits of providing a comprehensive list of Helpline Numbers through the popular online OCD Forum, says the founder of OCDTribe.com, Mr. Ryan FitzGerald, “Those suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD often feel lonely and isolated. In case, the trauma of isolation persists for a longer period, the sufferer might also develop suicidal tendencies. This is why, we have provided a comprehensive list of helpline number so that the sufferers can get immediate medical relief and support in case they need it.”
The online OCD Support Group also contains information and links to additional resource and organizations offering help and support to those suffering from different forms of mental disorder including OCD. For example U Lifeline - a directory of resources available for college students; Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – an informal meeting society for recovering alcoholics trying to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety; Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – an international, community-based association of recovering addicts; and Self-Mutilators Anonymous – a community-based association for individuals struggling with self-mutilation.
Adds Mr. FitzGerald, “The prime objective of our online OCD Forum is to extend maximum help and relief to our members. The helpline numbers and links to support organizations are really helpful for those looking for real-time help and support. Besides this, one can find numerous interactive and interesting sections in our website that are aimed at keeping the tribe members busy with creative activities.”
To gather more information about the comprehensive list of Helpline Numbers provided in the popular online OCD Support Groups, log on to http://www.ocdtribe.com/home/_/S/helpline

About OCDTribe.com
OCDTribe.com is a popular website that offers an online support forum for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD. The website promotes regular updates on OCD News, Mental Health News and General Health News. It provides a free online recovery support community for those wanting to connect with others dealing with OCD issues.
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6231 Dartington Way Suite #110
Carlsbad, California 92009
Tel: 858-248-3759
Email: info@therapytribe.com