We can all help prevent suicide.
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Call 1-800-273-8255 any time.
The mission of NIMH is to transform the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses through basic and clinical research, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure.
Find allies and support through the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization.
Mental Health America (MHA) - founded in 1909 -- is the nation's leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and for promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.
Chat with a licensed therapist anytime and anywhere with Talkspace online therapy. Join the over 300,000 people who are already feeling better today!
MMH's vision is the long-term mental health and well-being of Muslim communities supported through preventative interventions and education which is accessible, culturally relevant and academically sound.
AMHP aspires to be a leader in improving public health through efforts inspired by Islamic tradition
MH4M was started with the hopes of providing information about mental health issues that is both clinically supported and Islamically sound.
The MCCMC is dedicated to providing compassionate and high-quality heathcare services to the adult population of our community regardless of race, color, religion, ethnicity, or national origin of the recipient.
Khalil Center is a psychological and spiritual wellness center that provides counseling through an Islamic perspective. It offers both in-person and video-based online therapy using a sliding scale for fees (available on website), in addition to running a helpline at (855) 543-5752.
Grace Alliance's mission is to build peer and lay-led mental health recovery resources, support programs, and training accessible and affordable to anyone, anytime, and anywhere.
For over 30 years, The Center • A Place of HOPE has perfected treatment, effectively caring for thousands seeking depression treatment, eating disorder treatment, addiction treatment, PTSD treatment, help from abusive relationships and many other ailments.
RENEWAL: Christian Treatment and Recovery is a unique program that incorporates your spirituality into your treatment. The faith-based approach provides an atmosphere of compassion and support that encourages openness, restoration, and healing.
SYM shares information, guidance and other resources about mental health issues which may be affecting the British Punjabi & Sikh communities. They hope to empower these communities to detect and manage mental health more effectively.
SikhHealth is a new not-for-profit organization with the objectives of promoting the health and wellbeing of the Sikh, Punjabi and South Asian communities through education and training, research and development and wellbeing leadership capacity building within and outside of these communities.
While physical health is important for human beings to lead full and productive lives, the achievement of ushta - serenity and equanimity - does not rely on perfect health where such an ideal is not possible. Even when a person approaches the end of their physical lives, an aim of Zoroastrianism is to approach such an eventuality in spiritual health and ushta.
The Buddhist Centre is a worldwide movement of people who try to engage with the Buddha’s teachings in the conditions of the modern world.
Tiny Buddha is about reflecting on simple wisdom and learning new ways to apply it to our complex lives—complete with responsibilities, struggles, dreams, and relationships. Founded in 2009, Tiny Buddha has emerged as a leading resource for peace and happiness, with close to three million monthly readers.
Relief Resources is a non-profit organization that provides multiple services to individuals suffering from mental health disorders. Relief is geared specifically toward members of the Jewish community who are dealing with these overwhelming issues.
The NCJW is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.
Through this registry we hope you will find someone who can meet your needs or the needs of your loved ones. Using their system is simple and requires very little information from you. Their goal is to protect your confidentiality until you find a therapist to correspond with or to work with.
Connect with people who understand your struggle with doubt, faith, and managing relationships in religious communities. These folks will listen to your concerns and help you with questions.
Choosing to leave the religion you have grown up in, the faith of your family and friends, can be lonely and painful. In this series people from a variety of different faith backgrounds who have gone through this experience tell their stories.
SAMHAA was created to provide a safe forum where members of the South Asian community can come together to create awareness of mental health issues, fight stigma and misinformation, and bridge the gap between the community and mental health resource providers.
SAMHIN is a team of dedicated, multifaceted, determined, and passionate individuals from all walks of life with a strong desire to help uncover and fight mental illness in the South Asian community.
Mental health factors influence every aspect of a person's health. Many South Asians underestimate the importance of mental health and its impact on physical health. PAMF's Mental Health Myths in South Asians webpage will discuss some common myths about mental health.
The Mood Space is an e-counseling platform to deliver support for individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health related concerns. Their services enable you to seek help in a confidential and convenient way via phone and video sessions with qualified therapists.