Alcohol & Substance Use

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

(800) 662-4357

Call SAMHSA’s National Helpline to reach their free, confidential, 24/7/365 mental health and substance use disorder treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish).

Narcotics Anonymous

(818) 773-9999

Call the NA World Services line for general information about Narcotics Anonymous and its mission to support people seeking recovery from addiction. You can use the tools on the NA website (or download the app) to find listings for local NA meetings.

Alcoholics Anonymous

(212) 870-3400

Call the AA World Services line for general information about Alcoholics Anonymous and its mission to support people seeking recovery from alcohol addiction. You can use the tools on the AA website (or download the app) to find listings for local AA meetings.

Al-Anon Family Groups

(888) 425-2666

Call Al-Anon Family Groups for information about Al-Anon and how to find local support groups for people who have a family member with a substance use disorder.

Partnership to End Addiction

Text HELP to 55753If you’re a parent and are concerned about your child’s substance use, text 55753 or use the scheduler on the website to schedule a call with someone who can connect you with helpful resources while providing caring support.

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Domestic & Sexual Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline

(800) 799-7233

Are you a victim of abuse or know someone who is? Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for free help 24 hours a day.


Take the Night Foundation Hotline

(567) 742-8837

Contact the 24/7 hotline for free legal advice, support, and information from volunteer attorneys who specialize in free legal assistance for sexual and domestic abuse survivors.


Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) National Sexual Assault Hotline

(800) 656-4673

Call the RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline to connect with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area who can provide you with confidential support and information about local resources.


Dod Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247

If you are in the military and have experienced sexual assault, call the Safe Helpline, a confidential sexual assault support hotline for the Department of Defense community.


Sexual Abuse – Stop It Now!

888) 773-8368

If you’re concerned about the safety of a child, call the Stop It Now hotline Monday through Friday from 12pm to 6pm EST to receive support, guidance, and information about what you can do.


National Human Trafficking Hotline

(888) 373-7888

If you or someone you know is a victim of human trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline for help. They can provide emotional support while giving you information and resources.


Elder Abuse Hotlines

(800) 677-1116

If you suspect elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation, call your state’s elder abuse hotline or reporting number, which you can find by calling the above number provided by the U.S. Administration or Aging or by going to the above website.

Eating Disorders

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Eating Disorders Helpline

(630) 577-1330

Call the ANAD Helpline between 9am and 5pm CST to receive confidential support and information about how to cope with, treat, and recover from eating disorders.


National Eating Disorders Association

(800) 931-2237

Contact the NEDA Helpline on weekdays from 11am to 9pm EST (11am to 5pm EST on Fridays) for support, resources, and information about eating disorder treatment options.

Medical/SUD Crisis Lines

Any medical or SUD crisis: Call 911

National Suicide Line 800-273-8255

Crisis Texting: text Talk to 74174.   

Poison Control:  1-800-222-1222 or Text POISON to 484848

Grief Support


(800) 395-5755

Contact GriefShare to learn more about their mission to connect people who are grieving with one another. You can use their website to find or start local groups or meetings.


Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)

(800) 959-8277

If you are grieving the death of a military loved one, call TAPS for support, comfort, care, and resources.


Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS)

(573) 346-4911

Call COPS for support if you are grieving the loss of a loved one in law enforcement.


Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing (GRASP)

(302) 492-7717

Call GRASP to learn more about their mission to support people who have lost someone to substance use or addiction. You can use their webpage to find local meetings.


Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

(877) 623-3435

Call the MADD 24-hour Victim Help Line for support if you have lost a loved one to a drunk driving accident.


The Compassionate Friends

(877) 969-0010

Call Compassionate Friends to learn more about their mission to support families after a child dies. You can use the tools on their website to find a local chapter or support group.


National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)

(888) 818-7662

Call the POMC for support if you have lost a child, family member, or friend to violence.


Lap of Love Pet Loss and Bereavement Resource Line

(855) 352-5683

If you are grieving the loss of a pet, call the Lap of Love Resource Li

Mental Health Conditions & Family Support

National Institute of Mental Health Information Center

(866) 615-6464

Call the NIMH Information Resource Center for information about mental health conditions and updates on the latest advancements in mental health treatment and research.


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline

(800) 950-6264

If you or a loved one are living with a mental illness and need help, call the NAMI Helpline for information, resource referrals, and support.


SAMHSA’s National Helpline

(800) 662-4357

Call SAMHSA’s National Helpline to reach their free, confidential, 24/7/365 mental health and substance use disorder treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish).



(800) 503-6897

Call the NeedyMeds Helpline for information about patient assistance programs and other ways to get help covering the cost of medication.


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LGBT National Hotline

(888) 843-4564

Call weekdays from 1pm to 9pm PST and Saturdays 9am to 2pm PST for confidential peer support and information about local LGBTQ resources.

LGBT National Youth Talkline

(800) 246-7743

Call weekdays from 1pm to 9pm PST and Saturdays 9am to 2pm PST for peer support and information about resources for LGBTQ youth.

LGBT National Senior Hotline

(888) 234-7243

Call weekdays from 1pm to 9pm PST and Saturdays 9am to 2pm PST for peer support and information about resources for LGBTQ seniors (people ages 50 and above).

The Trevor Project Lifeline

(866) 488-7386

If you are a young LGBTQ person in crisis, call the Trevor Project Lifeline number or text START to 678678 for 24/7/365 counseling and crisis support.

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Program

(800) 832-1901

Contact the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence hotline for 24/7 crisis intervention, information, and resources for victims and survivors of domestic abuse, including legal and housing information.

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Suicide Prevention Resources

911 Emergency Number

911 If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, call 911.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

(800) 273-8255

If you or a loved one are in distress and thinking of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for free and confidential 24/7 support, information, and resources. You are not alone.


Veterans Crisis Line

(800) 273-8255, then press 1

Press 1 after dialing the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to reach the Veterans Crisis Line. You’ll speak with caring, qualified responders from the Department of Veterans Affairs.


Ayuda En Español

(888) 628-9454

Llama a este número para ayuda 24/7 en español del National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

(800) 784-2433

Call the hotline to receive 24/7 crisis support and information about mental health crisis resources where you live.


Crisis Call Center

(800) 273-8255

Call the Crisis Call Center or text CARE to 839863 for 24/7/365 crisis support. The purpose of the Crisis Call Center is to provide a safe source of support for individuals in any type of crisis.


Military Helpline

(888) 457-4838

Call the Military Helpline for 24/7/365 confidential crisis support. Hotline staff are veterans or others trained in military culture who understand what you’re going through. They can provide you with information and resources to help you address mental health and adjustment issues.



(877) 968-8491

Call the YouthLine hotline or text teen2teen to 839863 to receive teen-to-teen crisis support during select hours and help from adults at all other times.


Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741Crisis Counselor is trained volunteers and not professionals. They can provide support, but not medical advice.


IMALIVE Online Chat

Go to IMAlive’s website to connect to crisis support via their live messaging service. IMAlive is dedicated to providing a safe place for people to go during moments of intense emotional pain.


State Crisis Lines

State public mental health systems provide local crisis support services and operate local crisis lines. The people who answer crisis lines can provide caring attention and support as they help you determine the best response to a crisis, whether it’s inpatient treatment or an appointment with a counselor. They can then refer you to providers that offer the right level of mental health care. Select your state from the drop-down box below for information on mental health crisis hotlines and crisis support services in your area.


State Warm Lines

Warmlines are an alternative to crisis lines if you’re not in an immediate crisis but still want to talk to someone and receive emotional support. They’re usually free and confidential and are staffed by peers who have dealt with mental health issues themselves. Most warmlines were designed to be state-specific or local, though some accept out-of-state calls and cover a national service area.


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Sexual Health & Pregnancy

CDC National Health Information Hotline

(800) 232-4636

Call the CDC Information Hotline for science-based information about your health concerns. The CDC Information Hotline answers thousands of calls a year on topics including HIV, AIDS, STDs, Ebola, the flu, and COVID-19.



(800) 448-0440

Contact the AIDSinfo hotline for support and science-based information on treating and living with HIV and AIDS.


American Sexual Health Association

(919) 361-8400

Contact the American Sexual Health Association for information and education on sexually transmitted infections and how to prevent them, as well as for referrals to clinical services.


Baby Safe Haven

(888) 510-2229

If you’re pregnant and do not feel you can care for your baby, or if you have a baby you cannot care for, call the Baby Safe Haven hotline for support and for information on how you can safely and legally give up an unwanted infant.


Planned Parenthood National Hotline

(800) 230-7526

Contact Planned Parenthood for information on how you can access reproductive health care, sexual health services, and other essential healthcare at one of their health centers.


Postpartum Support International (PSI)

(800) 944-4773

Contact the PSI Helpline for support and information about postpartum depression and other postpartum conditions. You are not alone and you are not to blame—you will get better.


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Specific Disorders

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

(800) 826-3632

Call the DBSA information line to learn more about how to connect to support groups and other resources for people with depression or bipolar disorder.


American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA)

(800) 533-3231

If you or a family member are struggling with chronic pain, call the ACPA information line for support, information, and resources.


Panic Disorder Information Hotline

(800) 647-2642

Call the Panic Disorder Information Hotline for support, information, and resources. You’ll talk to someone who understands what you’re going through during an attack.


International OCD Foundation

(617) 973-5801

Call the International OCD Foundation on weekdays from 9am to 5pm EST for support, information, and resources for people with OCD.


Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America (SARDAA)

(800) 493-2094

If you or a loved one has schizophrenia or a related disorder and needs help, call SARDAA for support, resources, and information about their online and teleconference support groups.


Treatment and Research Advancements for Borderline Personality Disorder (TARA)

(888) 482-7227

Call the TARA Resource and Referral Center from 12pm to 5pm EST for help, referrals, support, and answers to your questions about borderline personality disorder.


Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

(866) 200-8098

Call the CHADD hotline from 1pm to 5pm EST on weekdays to speak with an ADHD information specialist to learn how to improve your life or the life of a loved one with ADHD.


National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)

(888) 575-7373

Call the NCLD for support and information about learning disabilities and to learn how you can be an advocate.


National Problem Gambling Helpline

(800) 522-4700
If you are dealing with a gambling addiction, call the 24/7 confidential National Problem Gambling Hotline for support, information, and resources.

Trauma Survivors

Sidran Institute

(410) 825-8888

If you are seeking to understand, manage, or treat trauma or dissociation, call the Sidran Institute Help Desk for support, information, and referrals for yourself or for a loved one.


National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC)

(800) 394-2255

Call the NCVC hotline weekdays from 8:30am to 8:30pm EST for information, referrals, written materials, and advocacy support for crime victims, loved ones, and service providers.


Victim Connect Resource Center

(800) 656-4673

If you are or know a crime victim who needs help, call the Victim Connect Resource Center from 8:30am to 7:30pm EST for referrals and information about your rights, options, and resources.


Disaster Distress Helpline

(800) 985-5990

If you are experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters, call the Disaster Distress Helpline or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect to 24/7/365 crisis counseling and support.

Youth & Parenting


(877) 968-8491

Call the YouthLine hotline or text teen2teen to 839863 to receive teen-to-teen crisis support during select hours and help from adults at all other times..

Boys Town National Hotline

(800) 448-3000

Call the Boys Town National Hotline for 24/7/365 crisis support for youth and families.

Thursday’s Child National Youth Advocacy Hotline

(800) 872-5437

Call the Thursday’s Child hotline for 24/7 crisis support for youth and their parents. Issues hotline counselors can address include abuse, bullying, exploitation, running away from home, sexual health and safety, substance use, and eating disorders.

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline

(800) 656-4673

Call the 24/7 Childhelp hotline to connect with a professional crisis counselor who can provide confidential support in one of over 170 languages. You’ll receive support, information, and referrals to emergency, social service, and support resources to help stop child abuse.

Child Welfare Information Gateway

(800) 394-3366

Call the Child Welfare Information Gateway from 9:30am to 5:30pm EST for general resources and information about how to promote child welfare. The Child Welfare Information Gateway is not an abuse reporting hotline and does not intervene in personal situations.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Hotline

(800) 843-5678

Call the 24/7 hotline to report missing and exploited kids and to receive immediate help.

National Runaway Safeline

(800) 786-2929

If you are a young person thinking of running away from home or have already run away, call the 24/7 safeline to share your story with a compassionate person and build a plan together.

Child Find of America

(800) 426-5678

If your child is missing and you have already called your local police to report it, you can call the Child Find hotline for additional support and resources.

Parental Stress Line

(800) 632-8188

Call the 24/7 Parental Stress Line for non-judgmental, confidential, and sympathetic support from a trained volunteer counselor. They can offer support, ideas, solutions, and information about resources in your area to help you address any difficulties you are having as a parent.

Military Crisis Line: call 1-800-273-TALK, Press 1; text 838255; visit

BeThere Peer Support Call and Outreach Center: 1-844-357-PEER, text 480-360-6188 or visit

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Defense Suicide Prevention Office:

Suicide Prevention Resource Center:

American Foundation of Suicide Prevention:

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