Mental Health Support

This robust list of mental health resources ranges from hotlines and text lines, self-care, and resources to identify warning signs that indicate someone is in crisis, common warning signs of suicide, and what to do or say if someone is in crisis/at risk of suicide.

Free and confidential support for people in distress. Prevention and crisis resources are available for you or your loved ones through a national network of local crisis centers.

  • Call 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for English
  • Call 1-888-628-9454 for Spanish
  • TTY: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 1-800-273-8255
  • Chat Services
Organization Description Tags
988 Suicide & Crisis LIfeline Free and confidential support for people in distress. Prevention and crisis resources are available for you or your loved ones through a national network of local crisis centers. suicide prevention, helpline
Crisis Text Line Crisis Text Line connects counselors to individuals in crisis through text.

  • Text “HOME” to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor
  • Send a message through WhatsApp (443) 787-7678
  • Send a message through Facebook Messenger
suicide prevention, helpline
National Alliance on Mental Health NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. The NAMI HelpLine is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals, and support to people living with mental health conditions, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers, and the public.

  • Call (800) 950-NAMI (6264), M-F 10AM-10PM ET
  • Text “HelpLine” to 62640
  • Email helpline@nami.org
  • Chat https://www.nami.org/help
suicide prevention, helpline
SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline offers treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Call (800) 662-HELP (4357) suicide prevention, helpline
#BeThe1To #BeThe1To is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s message about actions we can all take to prevent suicide, promote healing, and give hope. Learn about each step and why the steps are effective. suicide prevention
Seize the Awkward Seize the Awkward promotes the awareness that having a conversation about mental health might be uncomfortable, but it can make all the difference.

  • Text “SEIZE” to 741-741
  • Call (800) 273-8255
suicide prevention
The Trevor Project The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ young people under 25.

  • Call (866) 488-7386 TrevorLifeline 24/7
  • Text “START” to 678-678
  • Chat at www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help
suicide prevention, helpline, LGBTQ+
Trans Lifeline Trans Lifeline provides support for transgender people, by transgender people. Call (877) 565-8860 suicide prevention, helpline, LGBTQ+
Sage LGBTQ+ Elder Hotline Sage Hotline provides 24/7 peer support and local resources for older adults in English and Spanish. There are 180 language translation available. Call (877) 360-LGBT (5428) suicide prevention, helpline, elder, LGBTQ+
Disaster Distress Helpline The Disaster Distress Helpline is open to everyone, 24/7, including survivors of disasters; loved ones of victims; first responders; rescue, recovery, and relief workers; clergy; and parents and caregivers. You may call for yourself or on behalf of someone else. Call or text (800) 985-5990 (press 2 for Spanish) suicide prevention, helpline, disaster relief
National Domestic Violence Hotline National Domestic Violence Hotline has advocates are available 24/7 speaking more than 200 languages. All calls are free and confidential. Click the X button or the Esc key twice to leave the website quickly.

  • Call (800) 799-SAFE (7233)
  • TTY (800) 787−3224
  • Text “START” to 88788
  • Chat at www.thehotline.org
helpline, domestic violence
Grief Share Grief Share is a world-wide network of support groups for people dealing with the loss of loved one. grief
Psychology Today Psychology Today has a database of mental health professional by location, credentials, specialties, and form of payments accepted. therapists

Helpful Tips When Searching for A Mental Health Professional 

  • Consult your insurance provider directory
  • Get a referral from a medical professional such as your Hemophilia Treatment Center or general practitioner
  • Look for a mental health professional at your university, church/community, or human resource department of your job
  • Search for mental health care in organizations which specialize in the area of your concern. Many times, professionals will become a member of an organization dedicated to a common mental health condition and contain a registry.

Types of Mental Health Professionals

  • Substance Abuse (LCDC)
  • Marriage & Family therapist (LMFT)
  • Social Worker (LSW)
  • Professional Counselor (LPC)
  • Psychologist (PHD)
  • Pyschiatrist (MD)
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