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You are not alone

1 in 5 adults experience mental health illnesses each year

1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illnesses each year

And roughly half of Americans will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition at some point in their lives

Don't be shy about asking for help

Wellness resources can be useful, but if you need more, therapy or teletherapy can be great resources for everyone

Free COVID Anxiety toolkit app

Our partner, Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center have partnered with Wysa to offer free Covid Anxiety Tools

Free app to connect teens with trusted adults

MY FAVE 5 is a tool which helps teens select 5 adults in their lives who will be there in a time of need to listen, discuss concerns and provide advice in a non-judgmental way. Anytime, Anywhere.

Meditation and Wellness Tools

Additional sites and resources

An online directory of hotlines based on geographical location and specific needs (e.g., suicidal thoughts, domestic violence, anxiety, grief/loss, gambling, etc.)

A 24/7 free and confidential support line that provides support for individuals in crisis or in emotional distress.

Provides therapeutic, advocacy, and educational services with affiliate resource centers across the country.

Link to finding therapists

Link to finding specialized support groups

Has a 24/7 crisis hotline and text line, provides resources for finding therapy and support groups based on your needs and experiences

Hotline: 800-950-6264

Text NAMI to 741741

LGBTQ+ resources

An organization that provides crisis intervention for LGBTQ youth. This includes a 24/7 hotline and text line, and a social networking site for LGBTQ youth under 25 to connect.

Hotline: 1-866-488-7386

A nonprofit organization that provides support to transgender individuals through a hotline, and provides a variety of other care and wellness resources. 

Hotline: 877-565-860

Veterans and active duty resources

A 24/7 support hotline for veterans and individuals in active duty, as well as family and friends. This service also includes a chat option and a text option.

Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 press #1

A nonprofit organization that offers mental health support, therapies, resources, referrals, education and training free of charge to current and former military members

Black Mental Health Resources

A collective of advocates, therapists, attorneys, teachers, activists and more dedicated to the mental health of Black communities. This website provides a virtual wellness directory, list of mobile crisis teams across the country, and a variety of other wellness resources

Latinx Mental Health Resources

A comprehensive database that allows users to search for Latinx therapists based on their needs and geographical location

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Mental Health Resources

A non-profit organization with a host of mental health resources, namely an extensive list of Asian, Pacific Islander, and South Asian American (APISAA) therapists in each state

Substance Use Disorder & Mental Health Resources

A non-profit organization that provides general information surrounding suicide, crisis resources, population-based resources, and a directory of support group options.

Provides an extensive list of mental health and treatment resources for a variety of substance use disorders

A national health organization with a variety of resources for individuals who are currently having thoughts of suicide, have survived an attempt of suicide, and/or has lost someone to suicide

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