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Mental Health Hotlines


Here are national mental health resources that you can click on to find out about more information for specific and general mental health definitions, holidays and events. We want to support your journey here so below are credible sources of mental health information that you can use or show your friends to get in contact with professionals across the U.S. Also, if you’d like to share a story that you just want to get off your chest, would inspire others or just let others know that they are not alone in their mental health journey, please click here to visit our contact us page to have your journey featured on our site. We want to hear from you. You’re not alone. Let’s do this together.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

PTSD Hotline –

1-800-442-4673 – This is a hotline dedicated to serving anyone in crisis. Sometimes, people with eating disorders might feel so full of shame or self-hatred that they contemplate hurting themselves. If this is true for you, this hotline offers nationwide assistance and support from volunteers specifically trained in crisis intervention. You can talk to someone day or night about anything that’s troubling you, even if it’s not related to an eating disorder. You can also call if you need referrals to eating disorder treatment centers.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

1-800-662-HELP (4357) (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service), or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.

Also visit the online treatment locator, or send your zip code via text message: 435748 (HELP4U) to find help near you. Read more about the HELP4U text messaging service.

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Resources are available online to help you better understand your mental health.

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): 1-800-950-NAMI (6264). If you are in a crisis or looking for mental health information, you can call NAMI’s helpline for free support. NAMI has programs designed specifically for those who identify as living with a mental health condition, caregivers, veterans, teens, and LGBTQ.

Finally, below are resources to help you find mental health professionals in your area.
You can click on the links below and put them in your ZIP or city to find mental health therapists and counselors easily. If you don’t want to click below, go to your browser on Google, and type in ‘mental health near me’ ‘mental health therapy near me’ therapists in my city’ mental health in your city’. The author of this website, Jeremy, who you met on the home page, love’s SEO and works at a large digital marketing firm as an SEO team manager. He wants to give the best advice on finding someone close to you. That’s why we put in those search phrases above. Simply go to Google and type one of those in. It will help you find counselors or therapists near you. There are also online (video chat) therapists in today’s world. If the mental health facility that you speak to does not offer that and that is what you want, ask them about it to point you in the right direction. Otherwise, please speak with the receptionist to get a better understanding of what that particular place offers. You can also look at the reviews on Google to see what others had to say about their experience. This can be beneficial in you finding the right place for you. If you are already in counseling or therapy and want to share your story to get it off your mind or to help others understand, click here to be directed to our contact page.

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