Immediately talk to someone through phone, text, or online chat. Helplines are available for moments of crisis, or if you just need someone to talk to and ask questions.
Speak to someone quickly via phone, text, or online chat.
For people to reach police, fire or emergency medical assistance 24/7. Call 911.
For people who want to talk to someone at an eating disorders-focused hotline.
For people who are looking for free, 24/7 crisis counseling. Text HOME to 741741.
For people looking to connect to peers for mental health support.
For people to learn more about available mental health and substance use resources and services. Call 211. Available 24/7.
For people who are looking for help related to eating disorders.
For people looking for referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations specializing in mental health or addiction support.
For people who are going through a crisis and need access to 24/7, free, and confidential crisis counselors.
For teens looking to talk to other teens (service offered by Cedars Sinai Medical Center).
For people who identify as trans and are looking for 24/7 peer support or crisis support.
For LGBTQ+ youth who want to talk to a specially trained LGBTQ+ crisis counselor 24/7 over the phone, over text, or via messaging platform.
For veterans who want to reach trained crisis counselors 24/7 (operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs).
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