The following are mental health resources available in the United States:
Military members & Veterans Specifically
The Military Crisis Line, online chat, and text-messaging service are free to all Service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve, and Veterans, even if you are not registered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or enrolled in VA health care.
Free counseling for military members and their families.
Confidential 24/7 call line along with information on Post-Traumatic Stress.
K9s For Warriors is dedicated to providing service canines to our Warriors suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disability, traumatic brain injury, and/or military sexual trauma as a result of military service post-9/11.
Supports VETS all the way home, through the transition and more.
A suicide prevention app aimed at veterans and military families. The app is intended to provide support for people having suicidal thoughts as well as friends, family or service members concerned that someone they know might be considering suicide.
Guard Your Buddy is a joint effort by the Tennessee National Guard, The Jason Foundation, Inc., and E4 Health to give the men, women, and families in the Tennessee National Guard anytime, anywhere access to critical life resources, on-demand counseling, and on-call suicide prevention.
A resource for anyone interested in dealing with their drug abuse. Are you using drugs or alcohol, but looking for a way to quit? Are you in recovery right now but finding it harder and harder to stay sober? Then you’ve come to the right place.
The Recovery Village is here to help, and we want to make sure you are comfortable during this life-changing process, with unique drug and alcohol rehab centers and facilities created just for the uniqueness in you.
For First Responders and Everyone
The mission of the First Responder Support Network (FRSN) is to provide educational treatment programs to promote recovery from stress and critical incidents experienced by first responders and their families.
The National Center for PTSD is dedicated to research and education on trauma and PTSD. We work to assure that the latest research findings help those exposed to trauma.
The Serve & Protect mission is to be an emotional and spiritual resource supporting those needs for Law Enforcement, Fire/Rescue/EMT, Dispatch, Corrections, and their families throughout the United States and beyond. Serve & Protect serves as the central hub, a catalyst for affiliated organizations through which it supports those in criminal justice and emergency services through our core services including a 24/7/365 Crisis Line, Chaplain Alliance, and Alliance of Mental Health Therapists, as well as through our Strategic Alliance partnerships with other such organizations that address specific needs among their target audience.
Our primary goal is raising awareness of the high rates of mental health issues, substance abuse and suicide among first responders. Our secondary goal is providing education for responders on how to provide care for themselves and recognize issues in their peer
The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery.
Many people who struggle with mental illness also suffer from a substance abuse disorder, but often never seek treatment for their co-occurring disorder. Our website provides individuals with information to help them to overcome their illnesses, put addiction into the past, and to reclaim their lives.
Tuck Sleep is a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. Tuck has been referenced by Well + Good, Smithsonian Magazine, Harvard University and by many sleep organizations across the web.
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