Updated: Oct 5, 2020
This site is filled with information for MANY illnesses; you can also find help or how to reach out for help.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (1-800-950-6264) call the hotline or find support on their site.
You can search Anxiety and Depression Association of America support groups for mental health specific groups.
The LGBT National Help Center site has a volunteer-run chat room.
Youtube videos, podcast, free apps (ex. Headspace)
For teens/young adults/college students you can call (1-800-273-8255) or visit their site for more resources.
Created by Institute on Aging (1-800-971-0016) aimed at people aged 60+ and those living with disabilities.
A psychotherapy collective who work with mental health professionals who offer care at a reduced rate.
A site where you can find therapists who specialize in whatever your needs are, they have a blog filled with information on MANY topics.
Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255) or check the site for other help.
Talk with trained counselors (1-800-985-5990)
The trained rep can talk you through treatment options and doctors (1-800-931-2237) or chat online.
You can also use the online chat or resources on their site (1-800-656-4673)
If you are fortunate to have insurance check with your provider to see if you qualify for any reduced or free sessions.