Prioritizing Your Wellness: Where to Find Mental Health Support, Treatment and More


Mental health battles are not yours to fight alone.

1 in every 5 Americans copes with mental health on a daily basis. Only in recent years, most notably during the COVID-19 pandemic, has the conversation surrounding mental health become more normalized – struggling in secret is no longer the expectation. No matter what you may be diagnosed with, who you are, how you identify or what you believe in, there is a resource, practitioner or organization available to assist in working towards your mental wellness. Addressing your mental health options is the first step in caring for your mind.

Asking for help does not represent weakness; it displays courage. If you or a loved one is looking for support, the following resources are here to help.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK(8255) or Lifeline Chat 

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor for free 24/7 support  

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline: 800-662-HELP(4357)

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Black Mental Health Alliance

Kindred Wellness 

Latinx Therapy

The Floating Hospital 

Khalil Center 

Black Mental Health Resources via Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute

Sunshine Behavioral Health Black Health Matters Guide

Mental Health America

We R Native

Anxiety & Depression Association of America

International OCD Foundation

PTSD Foundation of America Veteran Crisis Line: (877) 717-PTSD(7873)

The Schizophrenia & Psychosis Action Alliance

University of Texas at Austin Mental Health Resouces

WORLD Channel and Rada Studio's DECOLONIZING MENTAL HEALTH, part of MYSTERIES OF MENTAL ILLNESS from PBS, examines the obstacles that systemic inequality imparts on the mental health industry, preventing BIPOC and other marginalized communities from receiving appropriate treatment. All episodes will be streaming online, on YouTube and on the PBS app.

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