Mental Health Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers “24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.”

Support resources are provided for youth, disaster victims, LGBTQ individuals, Native Americans, Attempt Survivors, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Veterans, Loss Survivors. Counselors are available in both English and Spanish.

There are five helplines:

StopBullying.gov has resources for parents, kids, educators and other support individuals. It covers everything from what bullying is, how to report it, and how to support victims.
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Psychology Today features a Find A Therapist button on their homepage. Type in your zip code (U.S. residents) or Postal Code (Canadian Residents) to access a list of mental health professionals in your area.

MentalHealth.gov “provides one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.”

Part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, content on the site is drawn from:

 

DrugRehab.com is a a web resource that provides information and support to people fighting substance abuse and addiction. Often at the heart of an individual’s struggle with substance abuse disorders and addiction is an underlying mental health issue. The tools and the 24-hour helpline are a valuable resource for those who are struggling with substance abuse and to the individuals who support them.