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A collection of unaffiliated helplines, phone numbers, chat rooms, and websites for mental health and identity.

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- Free Bystander Intervention Training- Asian American Therapist Directory- Self Care Tips with Racism amid Coronavirus- Coping with Race Related stress- Surviving Racism amidst Covid- Stop Asian Hate toolkit


- National Child Abuse Helpline: 1-800-422-4453- Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 1-800-799-7233- Child Abuse Hotline Support: 1-800-792-5200- Sexual Assault Support ( Eng & Spn): 1-800-223-5001- Teen Dating Violence (Eng & Spn): 1-800-992-2600- Domestic Abuse Masterpost- Survivor's Chat


- Alcohol/Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-800-662-4357- Be Sober Hotline: 1-800-237-6237- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 1-800-662-4357- Addiction Physician Lookup- Coping Skills- Relapse Avoidance- Tips for Urges- Never Use Alone:"An operator will answer your call, ask for your first name, location and any allergies, or medical conditions. After you’ve given us this information you can inject your substance. After you’ve ingested the substance, we will continue communicating with you. If you do not respond after 30-45 seconds, we will notify emergency services of a possible overdose at the location you’ve given us."- National line: 1-800-484-3731
- Missouri: 1-800-896-8350
- Iowa: 1-800-928-5610
- Alabama: 1-800-913-3670
- California: 1-800-469-4470
- Virginia: 1-800-892-0480
- Utah: 1-800-918-4805
- Massachusetts: 1-800-972-0590
- Vermont: 1-800-648-3570
- Florida: 1-800-640-8530


- Stress Relievers- Working Through Isolation- Breathing Tips- Controlling Anxiety- Social Anxiety Tips- Stress Management- Grounding Techniques- Grounding Exercises- How to keep a Thought Diary- Do Nothing for 2 Mins


- Blah Therapy- I'm Alive- HealingWell Forums- 7Cups of Tea


- Overcoming Loneliness- How to Make a Comfort Box- Finding Normal with Depression- Happiness Exercise- What to Expect on Anti-Depressants- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services: 1-800-662-4357- Florida Blue Emotional Support Hotline: 833-848-1762- Mental Health America: 1-800-273-8255


- Helpline Directory- Wellness and Mental Health Tips

Eating Disorders

- Eating Disorders Center: 1-888-236-1188- Eating Disorders Association: 1-800-931-2237- Relapse Prevention- Bloating and Indegestion- Coping with Weight Gain- Bulemia Recovery- Coping Tips


- Therapist Refferals- Suicide Prevention- UK Helpline: 0800 652 9249- MEX Helpline: 1118


[- Youth Support: 1-800-850-8078 or 1-800-246-7743- SAGE for LGBT Elders: 1-877-360-5428- Trevor Helpline: 1-800-850-8078 or 866-488-7386- TransLifeLine: 877-565-8860- Point of Pride: trans healthcare financial aid- LGBT healthcare directory-Trans Health Legal Fund-What to do when someone comes out-Inclusive language do's and don'ts-Glossary of LGBT+ terms-The Safe Zone project: Ally training and awareness

- 10 things to ask your healthcare provider (Lesbians)- 10 things to ask your healthcare provider (Gay Men)- 10 things to ask your healthcare provider (Bisexuals)- 10 things to ask your healthcare provider (Transgender people)


- Coping with Flashbacks- Coping with Flashbacks II- Self-Help Tips- Understanding and Coping with PTSD


- Understanding and Exploring Panic Attacks- Coping with Anxiety and Panic- Panic Attack Tips- About Panic Attacks- Grounding Exercises- Coping with Flashbacks- How to: Thought Diary


- Recovery and Understanding- Coping with Delusions and Hallucinations


- Improving Self-Esteem- 30 day Self-Esteem Challenge- Developing Self-Esteem- Learning to Love Yourself- Stop Putting Yourself Down- Lessons for Self Love


- Self-Injury Support: 1-800-366-8288- Self-injury help: 800-366-8288- Tips to Stop Cutting- 99 Things to do Instead- What to do if Someone Sees- 146 Things to do Instead- Outreach and Support- How to Care for Injuries- Alternatives to Self-Harm I- Alternatives to Self-Harm II- Alternatives to Self-Harm III


- National Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-8245- Crisis Texting Line: 741741- National Adolescent Suicide: 1-800-621-4000- Suicide & Depression Crisis Line: 1-800-999-9999- Reasons to Stay Alive- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 1-800-662-4357- Coping with Suicidal Thoughts- 988 suicide and crisis lifeline- Loss survivors- Attempt survivors

Black Lives Matter

- Color of change (community development)- Campaign Zero (community development)- Therapy for black girls- Black therapist directory- Therapy for black men- Association of black psychologists directory- Black and Emotional mental health collective (Training and Education for activists.)- What white people can do for Racial Justice

People of Color

- Campaign Zero (community development)- Boris Henson foundation (POC therapy)- Queer/Trans POC therapist directory- Inclusive Therapists (directory includes therapists offering reduced-fee teletherapy for POC!)- QPOC Directory- POC Online classroom (Read and watch videos about self care and healing)- Stanford (quick guide to identifying trauma)- What white people can do for Racial Justice- Guide to Bystander Intervention- Coping with Race Related stress