Mental illness crisis is a time-consuming and painful time for many people, and it’s one that can impact their lives at home and around the world.
But what if you don’t have access to adequate mental health services, or a place where you can get help?
There are many ways you can help those in need.
If you or someone you know needs mental health care, this guide will help you navigate the complex process of getting help.
If your symptoms are severe, you may need to seek medical treatment and/or seek treatment yourself.
If a medical problem makes you anxious, agitated, or scared, talk to your healthcare provider about ways to manage your stress.
You may also need to see a licensed mental health professional.
Find out how to access free mental health and health care for the mentally ill in your state.
What to Do If You or Someone You Know Needs Mental Health Services Mental health care can be challenging for many of us.
There are so many barriers to getting access to care, and people who need mental health support are often denied access.
To help you and your loved ones get the mental health you deserve, we’ve compiled this list of resources to help you get the help you need.
Resources that Help Getting Mental Health Support The following resources can help you access mental health treatment:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255National Alliance for Mental Illness: (855) 539-5387National Alliance on Mental Illnesses: (888) 553-3839National Alliance to End Domestic Violence: (1-800-331-7233)National Alliance Against Domestic Violence (NADV): (800-656-4673)National Association for the Advancement of Colored People: (212) 732-2661National Association of Mental Health Workers: (202) 826-5222National Association on Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities: (877) 662-5100National Alliance of Women for Mental Health: (844) 752-3850National Alliance in Mental Health Policy: (866) 924-2237National Alliance and the Community: (304) 684-3800National Alliance Foundation for the Homeless: (301) 843-4222National Alliance Service for Mental Hygiene: (213) 647-2664National Alliance Voices: (703) 821-3380National Alliance Youth and Families: (719) 645-2721National Alliance, Inc.: (800)-822-2831National Alliance: (646) 769-4520National Alliance Voice: (914) 536-4500National Association, Inc. for the Disabled: (216) 748-4701National Alliance Network: (424) 743-5533National Alliance Project: (204) 733-5111National Alliance Program: (323) 586-5304National Alliance Partnership for Mental Retardation and the Disabled, Inc., (877-487-9100)National Foundation for Advancing Mental Health, Inc.; (877)-931-0663National Mental Health Coalition: (408) 639-4775National Mental Healthcare Alliance: 516-532-7387National Mental Hospital: (415) 554-5555National Mental Clinic: (617) 431-9200National National Suicide Prevention: (201) 521-5261National Suicide Awareness Hotline: (619) 528-8200National Youth and Family Service Council: (714) 596-3999National Youth Project: 1-800‑273-TALKNational Youth Advocacy Network: 1 (800)(202) 535-7111National Youth Crisis Line: 1‑800-273-8258National Youth Services Alliance: 1–800-723-2550National Youth Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline 1–877-787-8788National Youth Service Alliance: 703–827-8555National Youth Voices: 1‐800‑923-9000National Youth Action: (407) 466-8585National Youth Resource Center: 1.800.255.1434National Youth Outreach Alliance: 617-972-7200National Alliance Mental Health Network: 917-531-8848National Alliance Multicultural Alliance: 202.824.6133National Alliance National Network for Mental Disorders: (312) 726-6222National Center on Homelessness and Poverty: (412) 936-5255National Center for Advocating and Supporting Communities: (214) 648-4870National Center of Mental IllNESS: (317) 734-3877National Center-Health Information Research Institute: (410) 852-2375National Center For Children and Families, Inc: (215) 568-5999National Center to Prevent Suicide: (615) 468-3823National Center