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Behavioral Health Resources: Databases & Resources

A collection of Sladen Library resources on the subject of Behavioral Health.

Guide Overview

This guide is provided to assist you in finding information on Behavioral Health Services/Psychiatry. Click on the tabs along the top of the guide to see more.

If you need assistance, contact the Sladen Information Desk.



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Are you looking for health information? Ask The Medical Librarian!  A professional librarian will research your topic and email you a personalized information packet of materials written for patients. (Mail through US postal service is not available at this time.)

You can request consumer health services by using the Ask The Medical Librarian Request Form.

**Please note that Sladen librarians are unable to diagnose patients.  Please contact your physician for health-related concerns.


Sladen databases and electronic resources are available for Henry Ford Health team members and affiliated students. 

• If you are using a computer at a Henry Ford Health facility or on the Henry Ford Health network, you will not need an ID and password to access online resources.

• For access from home or off-network, you will be prompted to login to remote access.

• Most users can login to the library remotely using their Henry Ford Health Corp ID and password (it's the same as your Henry Ford Health Outlook ID and password). Contact the Sladen Library if you do not have a Henry Ford Health Corp ID and password. 

Please visit our web page Sladen Remote Access for further information.  

Quick Access to Key Resources - Behavioral Health Services/Psychiatry

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Henry Ford Health Scholarly Commons

Henry Ford Health Scholarly Commons is the institutional repository of Henry Ford Health, a way to provide a permanent, comprehensive record of our research and scholarly activity. Scholarly Commons is web-based and free to use.

Journal articles and conference abstracts by members of Henry Ford Health's Department of Behavioral Health Services/Psychiatry/Neuropsychology can be accessed here. Visit to browse publications by department.