You don't need to suffer in silence. There are plenty of organizations with trained mental health professionals who are here to help. If you are in danger of harming yourself or have an emergency, please call 911 immediately. To find out more about mental health and treatment, visiting one of these websites below is a great place to start. Your path to healing is in your control.
Free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources. (24/7)
Phone: (800) 273-8255
Support for teenagers.
Phone: (310) 855-4673
Text HOME to 741741.
Rape and battery hotline. (24/7)
Phone: (800) 656-4673
Crisis line for LGBT youth.
Phone: (866) 488-7386
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM PST
Phone: (800) 931-2237
Phone: (877) 882-9275
Offers crisis intervention, information, and referrals to emergency, social service, and support resources. (24/7)
Phone: (800) 422-4453
For veterans and families experiencing a crisis, or have a critical need for help.
Phone: (888) 777-4443
Provides crisis intervention, safety planning, and information on domestic violence. (24/7)
Phone: (800) 799-7233
Educational information and resources.
Phone: (800) 950-6264
Provides referrals to low cost/sliding scale mental health care, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis treatment.
Phone: (800) 662-4357
Provides information on prevention, treatment and symptoms of anxiety, depression, and related conditions.
Phone: (240) 485-1001
Provides information and referrals on ADHD, including local support groups.
Phone: (800) 233-4050
Provides information on bipolar disorder and depression, offers in-person and online support groups and forums.
Phone: (800) 826-3632
Provides information on OCD and treatment referrals.
Phone: (617) 973-5801
Maintains the Schizophrenia Anonymous programs, which are self-help groups and are now available as toll free teleconferences.
Phone: (240) 423-9432
Helps people understand, manage, and treat trauma and dissociation; maintains a helpline for information and referrals.
Phone: (410) 825-8888
Offers a referral center for information, support, education and treatment options for BPD.
Phone: (888) 482-7227
Protects the civil rights of individuals with disabilities, particularly in hospitals and state prison systems. Click on the map on the right-hand side of their website to locate the agency near you.
Phone: (202) 408-9514
Provides a national directory of homeless shelters, assistance programs, soup kitchens, and more.
Provides resources and guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. Their website includes a directory of state vocational rehabilitation offices.
Phone: (800) 526-7234