Many of the practices that can be found on this website can contribute to an effective physician-guided, overall regimen, but there are times when mental health issues, like other health issues, become very serious and need more focused attention.
We provide this page as a resource that might connect you to the help you need. We are all called to offer support to each other and to accept it when we need it.
|National Institute of Mental Health||This website provides helpful information and a variety of telephone hotlines you can use when you need additional support at any time of day.|
|National Suicide Hotline||800-273-8255|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-7233|
|National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline||866-331-9474|
|National Sexual Assault Hotline||800-656-4673|
|National Runaway Safeline||800-786-2929|
|National Human Trafficking Hotline||888-373-7888|
If you need additional, customized support for your mental or emotional health, you may be called to enter into a professional counseling or therapeutic relationship. Online counseling is becoming increasingly popular and available. You can work with a professional counselor or therapist from the comfort of your home. This can save you money, time, and can increase the geographical area of your search to get the person who best fits your emotional/mental health needs.
CLICK HERE for a helpful article that offers guidance on this developing aspect of mental healthcare.