Talking with peers can make all the difference.
Connect with others who have experience with what you're going through.
For people who are looking primarily for “volunteer listeners” and self-help guides. Text-only therapy is also available.
For suicide loss survivors who are looking to connect with other survivors.
For people looking to connect with other people living with depression.
For people searching for a recovery support group with others also living with a mental health condition.
For families looking for free and confidential support groups with other families who live with a mental health condition.
For people who are looking for eating disorder peer support groups.
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.
For teens looking to talk to other teens (service offered by Cedars Sinai Medical Center).
For people (especially women and people who identify as LGBTQ+) who are looking for a membership community to change their relationship with alcohol.
For people who identify as trans and are looking for 24/7 peer support or crisis support.
For people who identify as LGBTQ+, are 13-24 years old, and are looking for other people with similar lived mental health experiences.
It will take all of us to create the change we need. After signing up, you will receive more information about ways to engage with Project Healthy Minds.
Contact a helpline if you need to speak to someone immediately. These are available 24/7.
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