Mental Health Resources

National Suicide Prevention Helpline

Crisis Text Line

Suicide action Montréal


National Autonomous University of Mexico Faculty of Medicine


The Ö3 grief number – there for you!
If you are not doing well and you need an open ear and maybe some advice, then call the Ö3 grief number: 116 123 – because TALKING helps!

A phonecall service where people living in Austria can talk through their problems. It is free, and take place from 4pm-midnight

This is what the Ö3 grief number can do for you:

Sensitive, active listening
Clarifying, encouraging conversation
Interested in problems and worries
Helping people help themselves
Contact to technical specialists

International Suicide Hotlines

AK Careline

Providence Psych Emergency Room Crisis Intervention

Pride Pantry – Houston



THE MIX (Essential support for under 25s)

Suicide écoute

LGBT National Youth Talkline

211 Canada

Crisis textline

Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7, high-quality text-based mental health support and crisis intervention by empowering a community of trained volunteers to support people in their moments of need.

Crisis Text Line International

United Kingdom – Text SHOUT to 85258
Shout is an affiliate of Crisis Text Line in the UK that provides free, confidential support, 24/7 via text. Shout is available in the UK, including England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Canada – Text HOME to 741741
Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone is a service partnership between Kids Help Phone and technology pioneer Crisis Text Line, providing young people in Canada with the first-ever, 24/7, free nationwide texting service.

Ireland – Text HOME to 50808

Teléfono de la esperanza

The Trevor Project

Hilfetelefon – Häusliche Gewalt

A telephone service and website that offers counselling and help to women in abusive and/or violent situations. The service is for all women from different backgrounds, including immigration, asylum and refugee status.

Advice comes in 17 languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Turkish, Kurdish, Romanian, Polish, Russian, Albanian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Farsi/Dari and Arabic

Advice and counselling is also available in German sign language. Information is also printed in easy to read language (plain, simple and easy to understand).

The site can be accessed annonymously and has an Emergancy Exit button in case women need to leave quickly.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Advanced Recovery Systems

Crisis Centre BC

Montrose Grace Place

Every Monday and Thursday at 6:00pm, Montrose Grace Place opens its doors to homeless youth of all sexual orientations and gender identities who are between the ages of 13 and 24 years old. Youth night is an evening of food, mentorship, and skills building. The youth and volunteers share a seated, family-style meal followed by an interactive lesson, craft, or other activity. Additionally, youth are able to “shop” in our closet of donated supplies, which include clothing, shoes, toiletries, bus cards, and snacks.

Crisis Text Line

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


The South African Depression and Anxiety Group

TN RedLine

Stiftung Deutsche Depressionshilfe

Depression: Help and information on dealing with the disease

The German Depression Aid Foundation and the Germany-wide network German Alliance against Depression of the German Depression Aid Foundation are continuously working to improve the care of people suffering from depression. We want to educate people about depression, do even better research on the disease and develop long-term care.””

A website dedicated to providing resources and information on depression, as well as where people in Germany can find help and support. The foundation is also dedicated into researching depression and how to make people living with depression have better quality of life, treatment and other help, as well as into finding more about depression as a psychological condition.

Anchorage Community Mental Health Services Emergency Hotline

Rehabilitation Support Services


National Institute of Psychiatry Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz

Rat auf Draht

Institute of Youth: NUBE (Urban Nucleus of Emotional Well-being)

OTR Mental health social movement for ages 11-25

Rape Crisis England and Wales

Rape Crisis England & Wales is the umbrella body for a network of independent Rape Crisis Centres.

All our member Centres provide specialist support and services for victims and survivors of sexual violence.

Shout Crisis text line

Beyond Blue Support for anxiety, depression and suicide prevention

Anxiety UK

Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS)

Crisis Services

Canadian Assoc. for Suicide Prevention

LGBT Support and Information Line


Nummer gegen Kummer (Kinder- und Jugendtelefon)

Talking about it helps – number against grief

A free phonecall service for children, young people and parents living in Germany who want to talk through their worries.

Trans Lifeline

Crisis Intervention Team

TN Crisis Awareness

TransChat Transgender Support Line

Childline (Counseling for anyone under the age of 19)

Peerberatung für lesbische, schwule, bi, trans* queere Jugendliche (bis 27 Jahre)

Since 1995 young lesbian, gay, bi, pansexual, asexual, inter *, trans * and non-binary people have been offering voluntary counseling for teenagers and young adults.

You can contact us with any questions, whether it is about (multiple) discrimination, love, gender, coming-out, partnership, friends, parents or other topics. We also know many topics from our own lives. We are lesbian, queer, inter *, gay, asexual, trans * (binary and non-binary), pansexual etc. We are between 16 and 27 years old. Some of us go to school, others study or work. We have different life plans and have different experiences with racism, disability and / or financial means. We reflect on our experiences of discrimination and our privileges in different social situations. We do the consultations on a voluntary basis in our free time.

A peer to peer counselling service, with volunteers aged between 16-27 there to support, give advice and help children, teenagers and young adults.

Our advanced approach to addiction treatment and drug treatment empowers individuals on the path to recovery. The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab offers comprehensive treatment for dual diagnosis based drug and alcohol rehab, eating disorder and mental health treatments tailored to the patient’s specific needs. At The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab, we understand addiction. Our fully trained staff will guide patients and family to the goal of complete rehabilitation.

Also provides a free web resource that provides information and support to people fighting substance abuse, addiction, and mental illness.


Solidarité Femmes (Fédération nationale)

Promise House Dallas Youth Shelter

The vision of Promise House is that every youth has a safe and nurturing place to call home.

Promise House provides life-saving care to youth ages 0-24 who are experiencing homelessness.

Crisis Text Line

Suicide & Crisis Hotlines


Metropolitan Autonomous University

SOS Voz Amiga (helps with loneliness, depression, anxiety and risk of suicide)

YoungMinds (Mental health support)

Staying Alive App (An app for those at risk of suicide and those worried about someone)

Linea de apoyo psicológico LOCATEL

SOS Homophobie

Alaska Crisis Hotline

Telefono Azzurro

211 USA

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Lifeline Australia Crisis Support. Suicide Prevention

Recovery Local

Recovery Local is dedicated to providing resources and information to all those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.

Recovery Local is an organization dedicated to furthering addiction awareness in order to promote easier access to recovery for those in need. Our staff is comprised of dedicated recovered addicts and alcoholics who know what it’s like to be in the depths of addiction. We were granted the opportunity to experience the gifts of recovery on a daily basis. We are passionate about breaking the stigmas and stereotypes that contribute to the negative and condemning atmosphere surrounding addiction.

It is no secret that the mental health of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color) is disproportionately affected compared to that of their white counterparts. According to Mental Health America, 17% of Black people and 23% of Native Americans live with a mental illness. People who identify as two or more races are more likely to report mental illness than any other racial or ethnic group. This is because, along with the internal struggles and trauma that many people face, BIPOC must also withstand racial injustices that intersect every facet of their lives. These hardships that fall on entire communities have detrimental effects on mental health and contribute to increased anxiety, depression, and stress.

Basis Medical – 18 Chiropractic Wellness Resources for the BIPOC Community

Telefono Amico

LGBT Switchboard Houston – 24 Hour Helpline

The Montrose Center empowers our community—primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals and their families—to live healthier, more fulfilling lives.

A 24 hour hotline service for Texas residents. They help provide advice and support on the following (plus more) issues:

Depression / Suicide / Crisis Intervention
Domestic Violence Help & Shelter
Sexual Assault & Hate Crimes Support
Addiction Support & Treatment*
HIV & STD Information*
LGBT-affirming Resources*
Community Events & Visitor Information*

Victim Services Toronto

LGBTI Support Center

Headspace Youth Mental Health Foundation

National Domestic Violence Hotline


Trans Lifeline

Friends for Survival Suicide Loss Helpline

Suicide Prevention Helpline

Papyrus Prevention of Young Suicide

Suizidpräventionshilfe für Menschen unter 25 Jahren

We support you with thoughts of suicide and in crises.

A counselling service for people in Germany under 25 years old who are experiencing suicidal thoughts. It is annonymous and confidential. Advice is carried out by trained volunteers called ‘Peers’ who are the same or smilar age.

Centro de Valorização da Vida

Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

LGBT National Help Center Hotline

The LGBT National Hotline is for all ages.

We provide a safe space that is anonymous and confidential where callers can speak on many different issues and concerns including, but limited to, coming out issues, gender and/or sexuality identities, relationship concerns, bullying, workplace issues, HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.

Sometimes you may need just to talk, or hear a kind voice. We’re here. You deserve to be heard. You deserve respect, support, affirmation and acceptance.

The LGBT National Hotline is staffed by highly trained volunteers who identify somewhere on the LGBTQ spectrum, from all ages, walks of life and from all over the United States.

AASRA Suicide Prevention and Counselling Helpline


The Telephone Pastoral Care – A Strong Community®

We, the TelefonSeelsorge, are a network of 104 offices in Germany. Almost 300 permanent employees and over 7,700 trained volunteers with very different life and professional skills work in these positions.

Behind the name are the two large churches in Germany as carriers of telephone pastoral care. as well as the Evangelical Conference for Telephone Pastoral Care and Open Door e. V. and the Catholic Federal Association for Marriage, Family and Life Counseling, Telephone Pastoral Care and Open Door

Drug Rehab