Mental Health Apps
Mental Health Resources
NAMI offers classes and training for people living with mental illnesses and their families, as well as community members and professionals, and explores psycho-education (education about mental illness).
National Suicide Hotline (1-800-273-8255)
A United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
Online magazine and comprehensive directory of therapists, psychiatrists, and treatment facilities near you.
Dedicated to raising awareness of mental wellness, this podcast provides deeper insight into mental health topics, development, and exercises.
A listing of mental health professionals across the country who provide high quality, culturally competent services to Black women and girls.
A project by mtvU and the Jed Foundation that encourages public dialogue about youth mental health issues and refers high school and college students to resources where they can find help.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Adolescent Health offers information about adolescent mental health across states, adolescent mental health disorders, and access to care.
The Jed Foundation is an organization committed to the mental and emotional health of college students and to suicide prevention among this population. The foundation runs several free online self-assessment and resource programs for students and campuses. It offers training tools for campus professionals to improve their mental health services for students.
A hub of government information about youth mental health issues, including substance abuse, LGBT issues, bullying, and homelessness.
A project of the Jed Foundation that provides a free, confidential online resource about emotional health to more than 1,500 colleges and universities.
LawLifeline is a combined project of the Jed Foundation and Dave Nee Foundation. It is a free, anonymous, and confidential online resource for law school students to seek out information about depression, anxiety, suicide, stress, and self-harm.
The UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools created the School Mental Health Project, an online collection of tools, research, publications, and resources for school practitioners and professionals.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness LGBT resources page contains articles, videos, publications, and research about LGBT mental health and provides links to prominent organizations for additional resources.
The Centers for Disease Control maintains a section about LGBT youth health issues.
The LGBT National Help Center provides an online peer-support chat as well as free, confidential counseling over the phone for the LGBT community.
The GLBT National Help Center runs this website, which contains more than 15,000 GLBT resources and offers tools for users to find local community centers, youth groups, and support resources.
The creators of the Oscar-winning short film “Trevor” founded The Trevor Project, an organization that provides suicide prevention and crisis intervention for LGBTQ youth between the ages of 13 and 24.
The American Psychological Association’s Help Center on Sexual Orientation’s website provides research and information on mental health issues surrounding sexual orientation.