Resource Center serves as a resource hub for the LGBTQ+ population of Dallas, Texas. Their services include advocacy opportunities, education and training, anti-bullying training programs for schools, community-based programming for specialized populations, sexual health and prevention. They also include a PrEP Care program, medical care, HIV/AIDS services, gender-affirming health services, and behavioral health services.
24/7 Crisis Hotline: (214) 823-4434 | Phone: (214) 821-5393 | Mosaic is a nonprofit, community-based organization serving the Dallas area providing culturally and linguistically competent services to refugees and immigrants in crisis. Mosaic is a safe haven for survivors of human rights abuses, including human trafficking and domestic violence. They serve hundreds of clients who have overcome incredibly adversity on their journey to independence in the United States. From aiding survivors of human trafficking and family violence to refugees from and around the globe, Mosaic's goal is to make the transition to freedom as easy as possible. They serve trafficking survivors, family violence survivors, refugees, and unaccompanied minors. These services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling and therapy, legal services, community outreach, unaccompanied minor support, and community education.
24/7 Crisis Hotline: (972) 641-7273 | The Dallas Rape Crisis Center serves anyone impacted by sexual violence, noting that sexual violence does not discriminate. The center serves individuals impacted by sexual violence including women, men, the LGBTQ+ community, immigrants, refugees, and other survivors of sexual violence. All services are confidential and free of charge; select services are also available in spanish. Services include advocacy, clinical, and community outreach/education. Advocacy includes walk-in crisis intervention, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, and case management. Clinical services include counseling, walk-ins, and therapeutic groups. Community outreach and education includes providing community education, risk reduction, and prevention programs to Dallas County organizations, businesses, and schools.
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: (972) 283-9090 | Southern Area Behavioral Health Services offer a variety of behavioral health care services. Their services include crisis intervention & management, recovery & safety planning, psychiatric evaluations, skills training, counseling services, & psychosocial rehabilitation. New patients are encouraged to
Phone: (214) 871-2420 | MHA Dallas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to promote mental wellness through community education and policy advocacy. Put simply, MHA Dallas serves as a catalyst to identify, assess and respond to mental health needs in the community.As a facilitator and coordinator for local mental health service providers, MHA Dallas operates through strategic long-range planning along with immediate responses to community crises as they arise. In addition to our efforts to supply information, education and advocacy related to mental health issues, we also provide preventive programs designed to equip high-risk populations (including children, the homeless and the indigent) with information and skills to combat stress and adversity.
Phone: (504) 483-9883 | In-home mental health services for children and teenagers, including skills training; also family services and parenting help, outpatient therapy for caregivers. For residents of Orleans & Jefferson Parishes. Medicaid only.
Phone: 504-247-9120 | Multidisciplinary, recovery oriented team, which provides in-home treatment to adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness. ACT is designed for individuals who are not able to have their needs met in traditional outpatient settings. The ACT Team includes Psychiatrists, Nurses, Mental Health Professional, Addiction Counselors, Vocational Specialists and Peer Specialists. Medicaid; LCS (Louisiana community service) slots limited. LCS allows for Medicare or uninsured patients. Spanish language interpretation available by request
Phone: (504) 507-9112 | 504HealthNet is an association comprised of 27 non-profit and governmental organizations in the Greater New Orleans area. Membership is open to those who provide primary care or behavioral health services in a community setting irrespective of the client’s ability to pay, with a special focus on low-income, under-insured and uninsured populations. Our members independently operate dozens of service locations throughout the Greater New Orleans area ranging from comprehensive adult/pediatric primary care and behavioral health to medical mobile units.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 504-864-7858 | Loyola Center for Counseling and Education (LCCE) is committed to providing effective mental health counseling services on a sliding scale to underserved families, couples, groups, and individuals at every stage of life. In tandem with clinical services, LCCE supervises exemplary training for graduate students in Loyola University New Orleans’ Department of Counseling.
East Jefferson Health Center: 504-838-5257 | West Jefferson Health Center: 504-349-8833 | Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority (JPHSA) envisions a Jefferson Parish in which individuals and families affected by Mental Illness, Addictive Disorders, and/or Developmental Disabilities shall live full, healthy, independent and productive lives to the greatest extent possible for available resources.
Crisis line 24/7: 504-866-9554 | Office: 504-592-4005 | New Orleans Family Justice Center is a partnership of agencies dedicated to ending family violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and stalking through prevention and coordinated response by providing comprehensive client-centered, empowerment services in a single location. Our services are available to anyone who has experienced or been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse or human trafficking. All of our services are free and offered in English and Spanish | On-site childcare is available. If you are interested in getting support, call us today at 504.592.4005 to schedule an intake.
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 (appointments, referrals, crisis support: (404) 892-4646 | DeKalb Community Service Board (CSB) is an innovative, community-based behavioral health and developmental disabilities services organization located in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, offering a full range of mental health services, developmental disabilities programs and substance abuse treatment to more than 11,000 citizens annually who are uninsured and underinsured.
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: (404) 371-1230 | CaringWorks is a nonprofit working to end homelessness, one person at a time, by providing access to safe, affordable housing and a full array of supportive services that are based on clients’ needs. CaringWorks provides quality supportive housing, behavioral health, and a myriad of support services. Programs offered focus on specific obstacles to stability such as disabilities, criminal records, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, and PTSD. Short- and long-term housing are offered. Services also include both residential and outpatient treatment, and supportive services include case management, referral for medical treatment, and health and wellness support.
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.
Email: email@example.com | Phone: (404) 853-2800 | Families First is Georgia's largest family and children's services organization in metro Atlanta. Counseling services are provided based upon the needs of the client identified during an initial assessment. An Individualized Service Plan is then developed based on the identified needs and the frequency of services is determined. Most clients are seen on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Individual, family, couples, and group counseling are provided. Therapy services are available to adults, teens and children. Individuals and families can receive counseling in both English and Spanish.
Phone: (770) 936-0969 | The Center for Pan Asian Community Services is dedicated to educating the public about and preventing substance abuse, providing family counseling, comprehensive services to educate, outreach, and effectively empower immigrant and refugee women, families and communities as well as tobacco prevention. Culturally and linguistically competent services are available. Services provided include mental health counseling, drug and alcohol addiction evaluation and counseling, and family violence intervention programs.
Phone: (762) 218-2226 | This is a free clinic for all low income individuals in the CSRA with a specific emphasis on providing complete and competent care to the underserved LGBTQ community. Services offered include mental health support, primary care services for uninsured patients, gender transitioning support, blood work, and clinical pathology tests.
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: (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: 323-661-0718 | Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic provides free, quality medical and counseling services to people of all ages. Clients are primarily low-income, uninsured or under-insured individuals.
Phone 626-254-5000 | Helpline: (877) PC-CARES (722-2737) | Pacific Clinics is a non-profit organization offering mental health services, substance use treatment, and supportive services to Medi-Cal eligible children, youth, transitional age youth, families, adults, and older adults. Highly-trained and licensed mental health professionals provides culturally and linguistically relevant services in over 22 languages to culturally and ethnically diverse populations. Clinics are operated in over 50 locations across Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties. - free, low cost, sliding scale
Phone: 818-738-7327 | Village Family Services is an organization aiming to provide programs to support youth living on the street. This drop-in center provides services for youth ages 14 to 25 including homeless youth, foster youth and former foster youth in Los Angeles County. Services include meals, showers, laundry, and internet access. Youth also have the opportunity to attend support groups, receive case management, and receive health and mental health services from professionals.
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
At the heart of NAMI San Diego’s mission is the sharing of information and striving to end the stigma associated with mental illness. To this end, we offer a Helpline, support groups, educational meetings, newsletters, a lending library and a number of classes on mental illness held at various locations throughout San Diego County.
Email: info@OpenHeartLeaders.org | 858-256-6736 | We specialize in helping people from diverse backgrounds. No matter where you are in life we can, and we will meet you there. We strive to help align the head and heart to create and maintain a healthy connection between your physical, spiritual, and emotional self.
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: (858) 637-3210 | Jewish Family Service of San Diego provides comprehensive human care and serves people of all ages and faiths. JFSSD offers more than 50 programs and services for individuals, youth, couples, families, and groups through short-term, problem-focused therapy, long-term therapy, and mood disorder counseling. Its case management programs are dedicated to providing services critical to the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of their clients. Professional case managers work to empower each client to reach a higher level of functioning.
AMHC aspires to make mental health easily available, approachable, and accessible to Asian communities worldwide.
Phone: (619) 280-7224 | 24 Hour Hotline: (619) 265-8762 | Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 619.692.2077 | The Center offers a wide selection of counseling services through its Behavioral Health Services Department, including individual, couple/family, and group counseling. Counseling services are available to the LGBTQ community including those struggling with same-gender/genderqueer relationship violence; transgender and nonbinary persons who need assistance with transition or exploring their gender identity; and for individuals, couples & families living with HIV/AIDS. Fees are charged on a sliding scale basis and some insurance plans are accepted. People living with HIV may potentially qualify to receive no-cost counseling services.
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.
Email: email@example.com | 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
Phone: 1-510-992-6337 | To enhance the mental health and overall well-being of the LGBTQIA+ and QTBIPOC communities by providing culturally responsive therapy, peer to peer support groups, community outreach services, and facilitated workshops. To incorporate strong social justice and trauma-informed frameworks in our clinical training and peer-to-peer support programs that contribute to equitable mental health service delivery. To provide the most comprehensive care possible for all who seek our services. - Counseling and peer support
Chelsea, mental health navigator: firstname.lastname@example.org | 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: 510-629-6300 | Our mission to foster healing, resiliency, and growth creates a foundation underlying all we do. We fulfill this mission by providing extensive services that improve the emotional, psychological and physical health of individuals of all ages and families at all stages. Our program areas are uniquely designed to offer a comprehensive continuum of care and opportunities for Alameda families seeking support and resources. Our services can be accessed through the following program divisions: Early Childhood and Family Support Services School-Based Services Mental Health Clinic & Community Services
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.