Below is a list of possible resources for the mental health crisis.

As phone numbers and websites can change over time. Please don’t get discouraged if your first call or click doesn’t work.

A friend, family member, coworker, or religious leader might be able to help do some of that legwork for you.

If you’re struggling to find help and the need is immediate, please don’t hesitate to reach out to a doctor, hospital or emergency service. That’s what they’re there for. Seeking help is the right thing to do.

National Crisis Text Line Service in partnership with Kids Help Phone

Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone is a service partnership between Kids Help Phone and U.S.-based crisis line and technology pioneer Crisis Text Line, providing young people in Canada with the first ever, 24/7, free nationwide texting service.

Text HOME to 686868 (in Canada)

International Suicide Lines

A list of suicide hotlines from around the world.

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phone, a mental health website that is committed to helping people receive the best mental health care available. Therapy is available on a sliding scale in most communities throughout North America.

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