Mental Health Resources

  1. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), information and research on mental health disorders, treatment, and scientific advancements in the field -
  2. Mental Health America (MHA), a community-based nonprofit focused on preventing mental illness and providing support for individuals and families -
  3. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the largest mental health organization in the United States -
  4. American Psychological Association (APA), the largest professional organization of psychogists in the United States. Offers resources on mental health topics and how to find a psychologist -
  5. Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), international nonprofit organization dedicated to curing anxiety, depression, and related disorders -
  6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. government agency focusing on behavioral health and substance use disorders -
  7. Psychology Today, psychology magazine that offers articles, expert opinions, and a directory of mental health professionals -
  8. HelpGuide, nonprofit resource that provides self-help tools and covers a wide range of topics and coping strategies -
  9. 7 Cups, online emotional support platform that offers free anonymous chat with trained listeners and licensed therapists -
  10. Rethink Mental Illness, UK-based charity that offers support and information for people affected by mental health conditions -
  11. Mind, UK-based charity that campaigns to improve mental health services - 
  12. Black Mental Health Alliance, focused on promoting the mental health and well-being of Black communities -
  13. The Trevor Project, focused on suicide prevention and crisis intervention for LGBTQ+ youth -
  14. Child Mind Institute, helps transform the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders -
  15. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, U.S. helpline providing free and confidential support for people in crisis or emotional distress - 


It's okay to get some additional help to get through all of life's challenges. This doesn't reflect on you negatively nor should it be something you're ashamed of. You can't get through life alone and there are always people willing to help!