Resources Available to Seek Help
Remember: you can consult with professional services like a counselor or therapist, speak with someone by calling a crisis hotline, or confide in a close friend or family member.
If you feel that you are having a mental health crisis or are at risk of harming yourself or others, it is important that you reach out for help now.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-TALK or (800) 273-8255
Crisis Text Line
Text “HOME” to 741-741
Veteran Crisis Line (Active U.S. Service Members, Veterans, and their families)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ+ youth, friends, and family)
1 (866) 488-7386
Trans Lifeline (serving transgender people in crisis)
Websites & Additional Resources
MHA promotes mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention services for all, early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated care, services, and support for those who need it, with recovery as the goal.
An association of thousands of state organizations, local affiliates and volunteers who raise awareness and provide advocacy, education and support in communities across the United States.
Search your local area to find a therapist or treatment center to meet you or your loved ones needs.