Mental Health Resources

If you feel suicidal, please seek professional help or call the National Suicide Hotline.

Here is a link to their website

Do you need help with your mental health?

If you don't know

where to start, this infographic may help guide you.

Suicide is complicated and tragic, but it is often preventable.

Knowing the warning signs for suicide and how to get help can help save lives.

Learn about behaviors that may be a sign that someone is thinking about suicide.

For more information, visit #shareNIMH

On Our Sleeves – The Movement for Children’s Mental Health Care

  • Discussion Guides for Parents & Local Resources

Guide to Early Childhood Mental Health

  • Types of Early Childhood Mental Health Problems
  • Causes of Early Childhood Mental Health Issues
  • Symptoms of Early Childhood Mental Health
  • What to Do If You Think a Child Might Have Early Childhood Mental Health
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Resources
  • And much more!

A big THANK YOU to Billy for sharing this resource with us!

Online Counseling Programs

  • 133 Mental Health & Learning Resources for Kids & Teens

Crisis Text Line

  • Self-Harm Information & Help

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • Hotline (call directly from the site) & Resources

Narcissist Information & Resources

  • If you think you might be a victim of narcissistic abuse, please check this site out.
  • THE go-to site for Resources, Videos, Personal Consultations

CHE Behavioral Health Services

  • FREE “Check Your Mood” Health Screening.
  • Access to Outpatient Telehealth Therapy, Telehealth Psychiatry, In-Person Therapy Alongside Psychiatrists and Physicians

SAHMSA – Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

  • Hotline (call directly from the site)
  • 24/7/365 referral & info service
  • For mental and/or substance use disorders


  • Mental Health Education
  • Articles, Videos, Live Classes
  • Special sections for Patients, Parents, Students, & Professionals

Boca Recovery Center

  • Article Link – Depression & Addiction: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment
  • 24/7 Helpline: (800) 516-4357
  • Medical Detox, Residential Treatment, Partial Hospitalization, Outpatient Treatment

Thank you to Julie for sending this resource to me!

How can you make a difference in suicide prevention? Learn about what to do if you think someone might be at risk for self-harm by reading these 5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain:

Don’t wait for a health care provider to ask about your mental health. Start the conversation. Here are five tips to help prepare and guide you on talking to a health care provider about your mental health and getting the most out of your visit.