This is just a guide to available services and not a recommendation of any service. We have tried to provide a well-informed list but this is not exhaustive. We welcome any input to add to this page that you think other people would find helpful
Hotlines and Helplines
Crisis Text Line:
Text HOME to 741741
Español AYUDA to 7411741 and/or WhatsApp 442-AYUDAME
Native American Crisis Line
Text NATIVE or INDIGENOUS to 741741
National Suicide Prevention Line:
x988 - https://988lifeline.org/
National Alliance on Mental Illness:
M-F 10am - 10pm ET
Call (800) 950-NAMI (6264)
Text "Helpline" to 62640
Stop Soldier Suicide Hotline:
(844) 317-1136 - https://stopsoldiersuicide.org/
(877) 565-8860 - https://translifeline.org/
U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration:
(800) 622-HELP (4357) - https://www.samhsa.gov/
Resources for People of Color
The foundation was created to give a voice of hope to individuals who suffer in silence with undiagnosed or diagnosed mental health conditions.
The mission of Black Mental Wellness is to provide access to evidence-based information and resources about mental health and behavioral health topics from a Black perspective, to highlight and increase the diversity of mental health professionals and to decrease the mental health stigma in the Black community.
The theme of this year’s toolkit is “Culture, Community, and Connection.“
Advocacy and resources to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ elders. Resources include a Long-Term Care Equality Index, training for care-providing institutes, a digital financial wellness platform, and the National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging.
Provides resources and toolkits for suicide prevention in the elderly community, as well as webinars and guides for building community around elderly populations.
Works to advance the mental health of older adults through professional education, research and advocacy. They provide resources for caregivers as well as the elderly community.
Native and Indigenous Resources
A comprehensive health resource for Native youths, by Native youths, with content and stories on mental health topics, including suicide. Crisis Text Line: Native communities can text NATIVE or INDIGENOUS to 741741.
Federally run mental health programs. Note: Some tribes run their own behavioral health programs so please look at your tribe’s website and search for “mental health services.”
National Organizations Serving Everyone
Provides resources for suicide prevention and mental wellness, including the Reach Out app, mental health toolkits, free QPR training sessions and resources for the Cincinnati, Ohio area and beyond.
Resources include training and certification programs for clinicians, a research program and a “Healing After Suicide Loss” conference.
Resources surround advocacy, education and connecting community members via awareness walks and suicide loss support groups.
Resources include education and support groups.
Mental health and proactive suicide prevention programming for individuals, groups and workplaces.
Resources include local mental health hotlines, education and support groups. Some resources vary by chapter location.
Inspires intentional connection by empowering people and equipping partners through established programs and resources to combat the epidemic of loneliness. The Only7Seconds “I Know Lonely” project collects stories of loneliness and hope in an effort to build understanding of the diverse, universal experience of loneliness. With their direct-to-school programming, Only7Seconds works to build empathy in younger populations.
Free resources and information to help prevent suicide and more
The only federally supported resource center devoted to the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. Offers consultation, training and resources.
Resources for Women
Policy center working to close the gaps in maternal mental health through providing resources and training, participating in research, impacting federal and state policy, and more.
Offers resources to empower women-identifying individuals who are seeking recovery, including virtual and local community support for a variety of identities and professions.
Resources for Athletes
Provides an ambassador program to high school and college students designed to create mental health awareness and eliminate mental health stigma in the student-athlete community. Hosts the Mental Matchup podcast.
Through a unique combination of education and advocacy, KLF provides an engaging curriculum for students to aid them in their social-emotional learning.
Provides resources to high school seniors and college freshmen on suicide prevention. Carli Bushoven, Madison’s sister, speaks across the country in an effort to destigmatize mental health and create suicide prevention awareness.
Committed to the prevention of bodyfocused and mental well-being stigmas. Their mission is to use the power of art and expression to foster creativity, build connections and create a community in which individuals can thrive. They host in-person and online events aimed at breaking stigma related to mental health through the use of self-expression.
Hosts art-based workshops and events meant to promote mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn more about mental health and connect to a community of support.