Resources and Contacts That Can Help with Your Journey to Healing
Are you in danger of hurting yourself?
If so, call 1-800-273-8255 or chat online at suicidepreventionlifeline.org. Or, in Canada, call 1-833-456-4566. Do it now. You’re way too important to put it off!
Do you know someone who may need help?
You can call or message the suicide prevention lifeline numbers above for advice in helping someone else. Or visit bethe1to.com.
Looking for a therapist?
Talk to your doctor or search the registry at findtreatment.samhsa.gov to find one.
Need affordable health care options?
The United States government's Health Resources and Services Administration has a nationwide directory of clinics that offer low or no-cost health care. Find a clinic near you by visiting findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov/Search_HCC.aspx.
Want to learn more about depression?
To see updates on the latest research, visit the NIMH website at www.nimh.nih.gov.
Looking for more information about anxiety?
To read about the latest research, please go to www.nimh.nih.gov. Plus, you can learn more about generalized anxiety disorder at MedlinePlus (National Library of Medicine) at http://medlineplus.gov.
Looking for a local mental health group?
The National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, has almost 1,000 different local chapters, many with free support and education. Find a chapter near you by going to nami.org/Find-Your-Local-NAMI.
Searching for info about sleep habits?
For a sleep diary template, bedtime calculator, and lots more, visit the national sleep foundation online at sleepfoundation.org.
Hoping for exercise inspiration?
Find lots of great info on healthy exercise habits, from the move your way campaign by visiting health.gov/moveyourway.
Interested in self-help resources?
The online therapy website Kelty's Key has a robust collection of no-cost mental health courses: keltyskey.com/self-help. Australia's Centre for Clinical Intervention also has great self-help resources at cci.health.wa.gov.au/en/Resources/Looking-After-Yourself.
Want to learn about self-care and maintenance?
You can find free mental health courses at keltyskey.com/self-help. And Australia's Centre for Clinical Intervention has self-care tips available at cci.health.wa.gov.au/en/Resources/Looking-After-Yourself. Finally, learn about wellness from the National Institutes of Health in the US by visiting nih.gov/health-information, and clicking on "wellness toolkits."