Mental Health Resources

Our campaign is aimed at helping the at-risk youth population fight and prevent misinformation and its lasting effects. However, at-risk youth are not the only individuals who struggle. Everyone and anyone can struggle with their mental health or wellbeing no matter the circumstances! 


Below are links for various accredited mental health resources. There is no shame in looking for personal help.

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1. Mental Health First Aid USA

This website is a source hub divided into the following sections:

  • general mental health

  • depression & suicidal thoughts

  • self-injury

  • anxiety disorders

  • psychosis disorders

  • substance use disorders

  • eating disorders

  • help lines

  • support groups

 Each section has various links you can check out to find what is best suited for you.

2. NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health):

 This NIMH is a well-regarded research funding agency. In addition to providing linked resources for you, they also provide: 

  • various help lines & their descriptions

  • tips for finding a provider that best fits your needs

  • insurance explanations

  • news updates

  • federal resources

  • educational information about mental disorders

  • NIMH outreach  

3. SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration):

This helpline source is free, confidential, and available 24/7 every day of the year. It includes the following sections:

  • alcohol, tobacco, & other drugs

  • behavioral health treatment & services & locator

  • disaster distress helpline

  • early serious mental illness treatment locator

  • implementing behavioral health crisis care

  • mental health & substance use disorders

  • national helpline

  • national suicide prevention helpline

  • opioid treatment program directory

  • recovery support

  • substance abuse & mental health prevention

  • suicide prevention

  • veterans crisis line