Helpful Links

Processing grief and trauma can feel very isolating, but you never need to walk alone.

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Resources to Know

Police & Ambulance
Call 911

Please dial 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find a Group Near You

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a group of people who want to do something about their drinking. Membership is open to anyone.

Crisis Text Line
Text “Hello” to 741741

If you prefer to text someone, this hotline is also available 24/7. It will connect you with a crisis counselor who can provide support.

Everyone deserves healthy relationships. This service offers 24/7 access to resources and support which are free and confidential.

Crisis prevention services are always available. This a non-profit suicide helpline provides access to trained volunteers who can offer support. 

This is a free, confidential crisis hotline available 24/7. It’s connected to a national network of centers that provide counseling and referrals.

This is a resource aimed to help teens and young adults who are struggling with mental health issues to share what’s on their minds.

The Trevor Project specializes in helping LGBTIQA+ youth in crisis with a safe and judgement-free place to talk to trained counselors.

Trans Lifeline is run by transgender people, for transgender people. It provides access to peer support and crisis prevention services. 

This service is available to all veterans, regardless of whether they are registered with the VA, and will connect you with a trained responder. This includes the National Center for PTSD, which can help with everything from combat to car accidents, sexual assaults, and more.

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