Phone: (972) 525-8181 | The Texas Mental Health Navigation Line is a free, non-crisis line offering guidance, information, resources, & support for mental health/substance use teams. Individuals can call into the line, speak with a peer counselor about their circumstances, and within 48 hours, the team will send a list of specific mental health resources for the individual. The team will continue following up until the individual seeking support feels they have adequate resources.
Phone: (504) 393-5750 | Plaquemines C.A.R.E Centers provide general counseling services provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, and children on a sliding scale. Our professionally trained staff is made up of social workers, counselors, and master's level interns. Through the use of evidence based practices and techniques, clients are able to work through a variety of issue including: anxiety, depression, domestic violence, trauma, child abuse, sexual abuse, behavioral issues, relationship dynamics, parenting concerns, drug and alcohol abuse, and personal development. Most clients are seen between two and four times per month and the course of treatment may be short or long term, depending on the client's individualized assessment and treatment plan. Each clinician works with the client to develop a personalized treatment plan to meet the presenting needs.
Baton Rouge: (225) 381-2755 | LaPlace (504) 412-1450 | Campus (504) 412-1517 and (504) 412-1580 | Westbank (504) 412-1960 | St. Charles (504) 412-1366 and 504) 412-1200 | Metairie (504) 412-1650 and (504) 412-1600 | Psychiatry and counseling services for adults and children. Call to make psychiatry appointments, but counseling services are by referral only. Patient will be billed $80 for first visit. Accepts residents of all LA parishes. Must have photo ID. $80 for first visit, $40 each for further visits. Call for appt
Phone: (504) 702-3000 | Comprehensive behavioral health services, in and outpatient care. Team includes a variety of healthcare professionals on the treatment team including: Board-certified psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, specially trained nurses, substance abuse counselors, clinical psychologists, therapeutic recreational specialist
Crisis: (504) 826-2675 | General: (504) 568-3130 | The Metropolitan Human Services District exists to ensure that person-centered support and services are available and are provided to eligible individuals with mental illness, addictive disorders and intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes.
Crisis line: 1-800-273-8255 | NAMI NoLa Mid City 504-896-2345 | Westbank 504-368-1944 | NAMI New Orleans serves residents across Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, and Plaquemines parishes with free mental health support, online groups, resources and education.
Phone: (478) 803-7600 | River Edge offers a variety of evidence-based outpatient supports for those seeking recovery from mental illness. Individual and family counseling services for children, youth, and adults are offered. Groups are also offered to assist recovery. Adult groups include diagnosis specific groups, co-occurring illness groups, trauma recovery, grief recovery, anger management, and family violence intervention. Groups are also available for youth and their families related to recovery and appropriate development. For children and youth ages 5-17, River Edge offers evidence-based, youth-guided, family-focused services. Outpatient services include crisis intervention, assessment, psychiatric stabilization, Connect Clubhouse, and medication services as well as individual, group, and family counseling. River Edge accepts most forms of private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, Amerigroup, Cenpatico, and Wellcare. A sliding fee scale is also offered for those without insurance, based on income and family size.
Phone: (770) 391-1099 | Alive and Well helps anyone who is struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, substance use, addiction, or life changes, regardless of their ability to pay for these services. In individual therapy sessions, therapists work with clients to solve current problems and improve positive thinking and behavior. Customized trauma therapy is also provided. In addition, couples and family therapy are provided. Sliding scale fees
Phone: (888) 514-5345 | The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP) provides nationally renowned care for healing the invisible wounds of military service. EHVP treats conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), military sexual trauma (MST), anxiety, and depression related to military service. Emory clinical psychologist Barbara Rothbaum, Ph.D. leads the highly skilled team of professionals. The team consists of specialists in several fields, including psychiatry, neurology, neuropsychology, and social work. Dr. Rothbaum's team is experienced in working with veterans and service members, recognizes the stress of military and service and challenges of returning to civilian life, and many of the members have also served. Services offered include traditional outpatient treatment as well as a 2-week Intensive Outpatient Program. Both formats are offered in-person as well as via telehealth.
Phone: (404) 658-1222 | Heartwork Counseling Center is dedicated to excellence in depth-oriented psychotherapy, quality clinical training, and to the Atlanta community. Therapists provide skillful, confidential, and professional services in a relaxed private practice setting where every individual is regarded with personal consideration and respect. Therapy is provided for adults, couples, families, and children. Issues that therapists are trained to help with include LGBTQ issues, family issues, anxiety, stress, depression, attachment and bonding, PTSD and trauma recovery, coping and adjustment, grief and loss, women's issues, identity issues, food issues, and more. Marriage and couples counseling is also provided.
Phone: (706) 542-1173 | Established in 1930, the Psychology Clinic is an outpatient mental health clinic operated by the Clinical Training Program of the Department of Psychology at The University of Georgia. As the training clinic for one of the top-ranked clinical psychology graduate programs in the country, the clinic is committed to excellence in graduate training and provides low cost psychological services, both psychotherapy and psychological assessment (child assessments only), for adults, children, and families in the Athens community. Sliding scale. Insurance not taken
Phone: (404) 413-6229 | The Psychology Clinic is the primary training site for Georgia State University's graduate program in clinical psychology. The Clinic offers high quality and affordable psychological services to adults, children, adolescents, families and couples from the greater Atlanta area. Counseling and assessment services are provided by doctoral graduate students supervised by licensed psychologists. The Clinic provides low cost services to adults of all ages. Therapy is offered for a range of mental health concerns including stress, depression, anxiety, phobias, sleep disturbance, anger difficulties, trauma, relational issues, sexual identity exploration and adjustment, grief, work difficulties, school problems, and more. Couples therapy and therapy for children, adolescents, and families are also provided.
Phone: 404-727-7451 | The clinic is staffed by advanced doctoral candidates in Emory University’s Clinical Science Program who work under the close supervision of Emory’s clinical faculty and associated licensed psychologists. Students accepted into Emory’s clinical program are among the best graduates from highly competitive colleges and universities throughout the country. They join the staff and begin seeing clients at the Psychological Center only after they have successfully completed strict academic requirements. Therapy services are available to the community on a sliding fee scale ranging from $18 to $60 per session depending on household income and number of people in the family. Emory undergraduate students qualify for our minimum fee of $18.
Phone: (706) 279-0405 | Georgia HOPE is a community-based provider of mental health, substance use, and family preservation services in the state of Georgia. For over 20 years, Georgia HOPE has been working directly and in partnership with Individuals, Families, The Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS), Schools, and the Community. We want to help you achieve good health and meaningful living by bringing the care straight to you. HOPE is here.
Center for Health and Rehabilitation: 404-665-8600 | North Fulton Service Center: 404-616-4787. Fulton County provides comprehensive mental health and addiction treatment services to all residents, regardless of their ability to pay. We serve uninsured adults and veterans, including those with Medicaid or Medicare. We offer state-of-the-art facilities conveniently located throughout Fulton County, including Atlanta, North Fulton and South Fulton. Therapy services for common behavioral issues including depression, anxiety, addiction, and other emotional and behavioral health concerns are free or offered on a sliding scale, based on income and family size.
Phone: 424-371-5191 | Wright Institute Los Angeles (WILA) is a nonprofit providing low-cost and confidential therapy to diverse individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life in Los Angeles. WILA’s therapists are advanced pre-licensed therapists enrolled in WILA’s Psychology Internship and Postgraduate Fellowship. They are studying with and supervised by a highly trained and experienced faculty of clinical psychologists, psychoanalysts, and other mental health professionals. Individual therapy is the most common form at WILA, but couples therapy and group therapy are also available. Upon initial contact, a WILA psychotherapist will conduct a 15-20 minute initial telephone intake and set up a first meeting. This confidential call is at no charge, and WILA can provide alternate referrals if it is not a good match.
Phone: (213) 241-3840 | Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) opened a mental health hotline to connect callers dealing with "fear, anxiety and other challenges related to COVID-19" to the district's Crisis Counseling and Intervention Services Unit. Students and families can utilize the service from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. to speak to counselors and mental health professionals in English or Spanish.
Phone: 800-843-5200 | The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates 24/7 as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Professionally trained staff and volunteer counselors respond to calls with crisis intervention counseling and referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community (including more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California). Callers may discuss thoughts of suicide, depression, bullying, health and identity questions, trauma, human trafficking or any teen-related struggle with a crisis counselor in confidence and without fear of judgment. Additionally, translation services are available for multiple languages.
Phone: 800-854-7771 | The L.A. County Department of Mental Health Helpline is a free service open 24/7. It is the entry point for mental health services provided by the county. Those in any type of emotional or psychological distress may call the helpline. Upon calling, a clinician will then evaluate specific needs, and provide support, resources and referrals as appropriate. In addition to service referrals and crisis assessments, callers may access the Emotional Support Warm Line with trained active listeners (available 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily), or Veteran Line for Mental Health Support and Connection to Veteran Programs (available 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily).
Phone: 310-271-9999 | The Maple Counseling Center (TMCC) provides low-cost comprehensive mental health services to individuals of all ages, couples, and families throughout Los Angeles County. Services are provided by graduate and postgraduate students working towards licensure in the mental health field under the supervision of licensed clinical staff members.TMCC's Older Adult Program supports older clients to explore psychological goals, conflict and desire in relationships, ageism at work, and to grieve losses. These services are provided by associates and trainees with extensive training in counseling older adults or caregivers, and supervised by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a background in gerontology. - sliding scale
Phone: 213-252-2100 | APCTC is a community organization providing multi-disciplinary and culturally sensitive services to clients who do not have access to or feel a lack of connection in mainstream healthcare settings. They have 7 centers in the Southern California region, and offer mental health services to adults, children, and youth. The mental health staff consists of highly trained and fully credentialed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and marriage and family therapists. Most professionals are of Hispanic or Asian Pacific heritage and bilingual, representing language capabilities in Spanish or Asian languages including Cambodian, Chinese (Chiu Chow, Cantonese, Mandarin & Taiwanese), Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Filipino (Tagalog), Thai and Vietnamese. While the focus of APCTC has been on serving the needs of Asians and Pacific Islanders in need, the centers also provide services to non-Asian individuals and families.
Phone: 323-993-7500 | The Los Angeles LGBT Center is the largest facility in the world providing services to the LGBTQ+ community. The organization offers programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health, Social Services and Housing, Culture and Education, Leadership and Advocacy. Mental health services specialize in psychotherapy for LGBT people of all cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. Counselors include masters and doctoral-level staff (both licensed and license-eligible), and have experiencing with treatment in depression, anxiety, relationships, HIV, substance abuse, domestic/intimate partner abuse and violence, and coming out support. Most therapy is short term, usually 16 sessions. Group therapy may go on for longer periods of time.
Phone: 213-381-1250 | The Institute for Multicultural Counseling & Education Services (IMCES) is a nonprofit community clinic that provides clinical services, as well as clinical training and education. IMCES provides integrative mental health, primary care, substance abuse, and social services to help people of all ages, ethnicities, and cultures. The clinic is designed specifically to treat the varied needs of the underserved, culturally and linguistically diverse communities of Los Angeles. - no fees for eligible people
Phone: 310-825-2305 | The UCLA Psychology clinic provides therapy and assessment services by graduate students in the UCLA Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. They are closely supervised by UCLA faculty or a licensed clinical psychologist with specific expertise. Services are open to the general public; no affiliation with the university is needed. After calling to complete a brief screening and setting up an initial intake meeting, client needs are matched to counselors who can provide individualized, scientifically supported therapy. The clinic does not provide crisis or walk-in services. Other university clinics in the area that provide similar mental health services for low or no cost are the Fuller Psychological and Family Services, Pepperdine Psychology and Education Clinics, and the USC Psychology Services Center. Fees range from $30 - $150 an hour for individual therapy, and are based on a sliding scale according to monthly gross income and number of dependents. Group therapy fees range from $5 to $10 per session. Current UCLA students, faculty, and staff receive a 10% discount on therapy services.
Email: INFO@SAYSANDIEGO.ORG | Phone: 858-565-4148 | From before- and after-school programs and early childhood services to therapy services for youth and adults, to support for key populations, like the region’s local military families, SAY San Diego strives to make sure that every San Diegan can get the help they need, whenever and wherever they need it.
Phone: 1-877-698-7838 or dial 2-1-1 option 4 |This program is a Veteran-run, peer-to-peer support program in San Diego County, providing free and confidential services to active and former military members, reservists, National Guardsmen, their families and loved ones. The program connects callers with referrals to resources and support to reduce stress and improve overall mental health. These services are provided off-base in a safe and private atmosphere.
AMHC aspires to make mental health easily available, approachable, and accessible to Asian communities worldwide.
A nonprofit organization that empowers college students to speak openly about mental health, in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking. Through campus-wide events and national programs, Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health challenges on campuses nationwide.
Phone: (888) 724-7240 | Mobile Crisis Response Teams (MCRT) provide in-person support to anyone, anywhere, experiencing a mental health, drug, or alcohol-related crisis. MCRT dispatches behavioral health experts to emergency calls instead of law enforcement, when appropriate, with teams made up of clinicians, case managers, and peer support specialists.
Phone: (619) 543-0412 | Mental Health America of San Diego County is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service. The website offers information about local resources, events and trainings, as well as information and treatment options about various mental health disorders organized by audience and issue. A “Self Help Directory” of more than 600 self-help groups, also known as “the little yellow book,” can be ordered through the website.
Phone: 1-510-300-3500 | La Familia is a community outreach nonprofit in the greater Bay Area, California. We provide services throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties, with a comprehensive selection of programs to meet a variety of mental health and community support needs.
Phone: (510) 649-9818 | We are now offering virtual therapy, either by phone or video (teletherapy), for all clients as a safety precaution due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). To contact us, please call (510) 649-9818 or fill out our online intake form https://forms.gle/Vfk2K6WrAfYEak8n6. We welcome any inquiries. Blue Oak Therapy Center serves those interested in working on a specific life issue, as well as those who seek deeper meaning and joy in their lives. WHO WE WORK WITH: We work with individuals, children, teens, parents, couples and families of all cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations. We offer a sliding scale fee based on client income. We each hold different areas of specialization, while sharing a deep commitment to working with kindness and compassion.
Email: email@example.com | Phone: (415) 488-6122 | At Bay Area Community Counseling, we provide affordable therapy for children, teenagers, adults, and couples. Everyone can use some help now and then and at BACC we can provide you that help to get your life back on track. We work with various issues such as anxiety, depression, ADHD/ADD, relationship problems, learning problems, and a number of other issues that get in the way of living a fulfilling life. Bay Area Community Counseling (BACC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit mental health community clinic providing treatment to those across all level of socio-economic status.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 415-358-2000 | We Provide Evidence-Based Training & Mental Health Services for the LGBTQIA+ Community. For Queer People. By Queer People. For more than a decade, Queer LifeSpace has provided high-quality, low-cost therapy to members of the Bay Area’s LGBTQIA+ community. Individual sessions start at $30/session | Couples at $50/session | Group start at $15/session
We offer integrative Western psychology with knowledge from the world's spiritual traditions in a variety of therapeutic orientations, such as somatic, transpersonal, psychodynamic, and Gestalt, as well as more conventional modes of psychotherapy. The counseling provided in our centers in unique and respects the specific growth and healing process of each individual. - several centers | Center for Somatic Psychotherapy ((415) 217-8895), Church Street Integral Counseling Center ((415) 648-2644), Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center ((415) 561-0230), Integral Counseling at Pierce Street ((415)-776-3109), Psychological Services Center ((415) 346-1011), The Clinic Without Walls ((415) 373-4094),
Phone: 415-606-5296 | We provide professional counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups. In addition we offer an array of innovative therapeutic programs and workshops, along with weekly integral services focused on stress reduction such as yoga and meditation classes.
Phone: 7077658488 ext. 400 | PPSC’s Counseling Clinic offers a supportive environment to help clients navigate life’s challenges and grow personally. Clinicians are able to address a wide range of concerns including: anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues, drug and alcohol use, parenting difficulties, school issues, recovery from trauma, grief and loss, and life transitions. We welcome members from all walks of life, LGBTQIA+ community, children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
Chelsea, mental health navigator: email@example.com | Phone: 415-615-9945 text 108 | Rafiki Coalition’s mission is to eliminate health inequities in San Francisco’s Black and marginalized communities through education, advocacy, and by providing holistic health and wellness services in a culturally affirming environment. They provide free mental health services to children, adults, and families. Rafiki provides interdisciplinary modalities of therapy and counseling...
Phone: 707-595-0995 | Bay Area Music Therapy is an organization dedicated to providing you with the highest quality integrative music therapy services. Our well-trained music therapists and adjunct providers can address the emotional, physical, psychological and social needs of you, your loved ones, or your community. We serve children and adults of all ages, needs and abilities. We work with special needs, senior care facilities, community outreach programs, stress & pain managements groups, as well as team building and wellness care in the corporate arena.
Phone: 510-613-0330 | For decades, BACS has steadily grown throughout California to meet the rising needs of communities. As an historical agency with comprehensive expertise in behavioral health & housing solutions, it is our founding commitment to do “whatever it takes” to meet the needs of our community. We are determined to growing ethically, hiring locally & hiring people with lived experience, and bringing person-centered care to every community where we work. BACS provides innovative behavioral health and housing services for teens, adults, older adults, and their families across the Bay Area. We envision a world where all people are healthy, safe, and engaged in community wellness, with access to quality housing. Every year, BACS makes a difference in the lives of more than 14,500 people.
NYC Well offers free, confidential 24/7 support for stress, depression, anxiety or drug and alcohol misuse in over 200 languages. Support is available by phone, SMS or live chat from their website.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline offers confidential, free 24/7 support for anyone experiencing any form of suicidal crisis or emotional distress. (Their website also offers immediate text chat as an alternative to a phone call)