MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The Jed Foundation
Mental Health Resource Center
This website has many links for different questions that people may have. For example, if you are worried about someone's mental health, there are links to address that concern.
National Institute of Mental Health
Help for Mental Illnesses
This website provides information on ways to get help for mental illnesses. It has ways to find mental health professionals and deciding which one is right for you.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
This page provides resources resources to people who are contemplating suicide, have survived it, or know someone who is having suididal thoughts.
National Suicide Prevention Line
This resource is a lifeline that provides assistance on call 24/7. It's a confidential service that provides support to people suffering from mental health crises.
Anxiety and Depression Association of America
This page has several links to types of treatments to anxiety and depression. It also has links to solutions for financial concerns, differences between mental health professionals, and ways to get professional help.
Mental Health America
B4Stage4-- Where to Get Help
This resource asks you to answer a few questions to determine where you can find help. Based on your answers, it can direct you to a mental health hotline, or some other resources. For example, if you are a college student, the site lists several places you can go on campus to find counseling.
American Psychological Association
This page on the website has links to local mental health experts. Clicking on the button leads to links for more helpful websites, as well as hotlines. You can also find local mental health organizations within your state by clicking the button. The page also contains several articles that talk about the how to deal with stress and other mental pressures during COVID-19.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Finding a Mental Health Professional
This resource lists a step by step process with which to find a mental health professional that works well with you and is someone you can trust. It also covers tips on how to deal with insurance and making that first step.