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For people who are looking primarily for “volunteer listeners” and self-help guides. Text-only therapy is also available.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
For people who struggle with suicide or have loved ones who do.
Indian Health Service
For American Indians and Alaska Natives looking for information about specialized health care services available.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
For people looking to understand or take peer-led educational programs on mental health.
National Institute of Mental Health
For people seeking to understand overviews and statistics on mental health topics.
For people who are looking for a more holistic app that combines access to licensed therapy, classes led by life coaches, meditation, mood trackers, and original educational content.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
For people looking for reliable information about drug use, suicide, and mental health
For people who identify are looking for resources and education for and about LGBTQ+ youth.
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Contact a helpline if you need to speak to someone immediately. These are available 24/7.
Crisis Text LineText HOME to 741741
Suicide and Crisis LifelineCall 988
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ)Call 1-866-488-7386
Text START to 678-678