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

Helpful Tips for Finding 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)

Search Online Databases by Credentials

Sesame Street WorkshopAccessible resources for all ages including activities and videos that promote discussion about feelings identification and mental, child
On Our SleevesThe On Our Sleeves Movement For Children’s Mental Health envisions a world where mental health is part of the upbringing of every child. That’s why we are on a mission to give free expert-created resources to all U.S. communities so everyone can understand and promote mental health for, child
The Youth Mental Health ProjectImportant at every stage of life, mental health affects the way a person thinks, feels, relates to others, and behaves. By inspiring open conversations about mental health, The Youth Mental Health Project creates opportunities for communities to promote education, awareness and understanding of how to care for and support the whole child. Resources for youth: Resources for parents:, teen, child
The Steve FundAn organization that is dedicated to promoting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color. Crisis Line: 24/7 text line for youth of color needing support . Text “STEVE” to 741741teen, child, helpline
Children's Mental Health NetworkThe Children’s Mental Health Network strives to be a fair and independent source of information about children’s mental health, creating a forum for sharing diverse ideas and opinions about ways to improve the lives of children and youth living with mental health conditions and their, teen, child
Be True and Be You - National Council for Mental WellbeingA basic Mental Health Guide for LGBTQ+ youth including resources, information, and ways to connect with mental health professionals or LGBTQ+, teen, child, LGBTQ+, therapists
Youth Engaged 4 ChangeYouth Focused resources and opportunities that inspire and empower young people to make a difference in their lives and the world around them by improving their knowledge and leadership skills. A cultivated list of mental health resources for young, teen, child
PBS Youth Mental HealthThis collection is part of KET’s initiative on youth mental health and includes videos from the KET series, You Are Not Alone, which explores answers to depression, anxiety, toxic stress, and suicide through the lens of experts, educators, parents, and youth; video of focus groups of youth, parents/caregivers/mentors, and educators discussing youth mental health issues; and video featuring personal experiences from youth and young adults on their experiences with mental illness and mental health, teen, child
JED FoundationJED equips America’s teens and young adults with the skills and support they need to grow into healthy, thriving adults. Mental Health is a critical part of their overall wellbeing. JED offers resources for teens who are transitioning to, teen