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PATH Behavioral Healthcare

Phone: (216) 354-0031 | In our Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio location, PATH offers a wide variety of services to the community. We are located on Main Street. As with all of our locations, Path IHC - Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio, believes in a zero barrier care. Zero barrier care is our commitment to you that we will do all that we can to make sure that you can get the help that you are seeking. While some agencies only serve a narrow age range, PATH is willing to treat anyone regardless of age.

Highland Springs

Phone: (216) 302-3070 | Email: | We specialize in treating individuals who suffer from mental, behavioral and substance use issues.

FrontLine Service

Phone: (216) 623-6555 | FrontLine Service is a private, non-profit organization that reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises and overcome trauma.

Magnolia Clubhouse

Magnolia Clubhouse is a valuable resource for men and women with mental illness who want to build a better life, find employment, or continue their education.

NAMI Greater Cleveland

Helpline: (216) 875-7776 | Office Phone: (216) 875-0266 | NAMI GC is a local affiliate of NAMI with approximately 800 peer, family, professional and organizational members. We provide support to those with serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, clinical depression and anxiety disorders and their family members. We offer a variety of free support groups, education programs, information and referral, and advocacy. Volunteer peers and family members provide almost all of the services at NAMI GC.

Life Exchange Center

Phone: (216) 752-1269 | Life Exchange Center (LEC) is an ODMHAS certified consumer-operated peer support drop-in center. It is a beacon of hope and recovery from individuals with mental health/substance use issues. The Center is designed to assist with the recovery process by providing social support, educational programs, and life skills training for individuals in recovery. It is the center of its kind on the east side of Cuyahoga County. In 2011 the LEC became incorporated as a not-for-profit business. LEC is governed by a Board of Directors of whom more than one-half have a personal relationship with mental health/substance use issues either as a consumer of services or as a family member of someone who is a consumer. The day-to-day operations are managed and carried out by certified peer support staff all of whom are in recovery from mental health/substance use issues. Consumers are called members by this agency to signify that they have a formal role in developing and managing the agency’s programs.

UNC Psychology Department Community Clinic

Phone: (919) 962-6906 | Email: | The UNC Psychology Department Community Clinic (the Clinic) is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable psychological services to the triangle community and the UNC campus through specialty clinics for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Adult therapy covers issues such as anxiety, grief, anger, academic or vocational functioning, interpersonal relationships, family, self-esteem, and sexual orientation.


Phone: (514) 486-1448 | Email: | AMI-Quebec is a non-profit organization that helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy. Our programs are free!

New Jersey Mental Health Cares

Phone: (866) 202-4357 | NJMentalHealthCares is New Jersey's behavioral health information and referral service. Our staff of behavioral care specialists use their experience and understanding of the behavioral health system to connect you to the information and services you need.

Bridgeway Behavioral Health Services

Phone: (908) 355-7886 | Bridgeway Behavioral Health Services facilitates, promotes, and fosters recovery from mental illness and co-occurring problems. We inspire and support individuals to become productive citizens who are fully engaged in their communities by creating opportunities for wellness, independent living, learning, working and social inclusion.

HUDA Clinic

Phone: (313) 865-8446 | HUDA Clinic is a community health clinic providing free or low-cost primary care, dental care, and mental health services for the uninsured and underinsured of Metro Detroit. At HUDA Clinic, we provide a holistic approach to our services - not only do we treat symptoms, but we also address core problems with our patients in order to achieve a healthier community.

American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeast Michigan

Phone: (313) 846-3718 | American Indian Health & Family Services is a health center whose mission is to empower and enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental wellbeing of American Indian/Alaska Native individuals, families and other underserved populations through culturally grounded health and family services. The Behavioral Health Department employs highly trained and experienced therapists as well as graduate students in training who are committed to assisting community members in finding solutions to a variety of problems. Services offered include individual, group, family, couples counseling, suicide screenings, grief counseling, outpatient substance abuse treatment, and more.

Central City Integrated Health

Phone: (313) 831-3160 | Central City Integrated Health works collaboratively to address both physical and behavioral health needs. CCIH believes in the basic principles of recovery and providing an open door. Primary and mental health services are offered to individuals with evidence-based resources to regain a meaningful life that goes beyond reduction and remission of symptoms. Recovery for those with mental health is defined as a process, vision, and guiding principle, but in order to recover, individuals need hope and resources.

Starfish Family Services

Phone: (734) 261-1842 | Starfish Family Services helps vulnerable children and families in metropolitan Detroit. Behavioral health services are offered by mental health professionals who specialize in assessing and treating a variety of emotional, behavioral and developmental difficulties. Counselors work with children, teens, adults and entire families. Issues covered can include divorce/separation, relationship or marital issues, parenting issues, anger management, grief and loss, trauma, abuse, difficult transitions, postpartum depression, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, chronic pain, and more.

Michigan PEER Warmline

Warm Line, 7 days a week 10 AM-2 AM: 1-888-PEER-753 (1-888-733-7753) | The Michigan Peer Warmline is a statewide warmline for Michiganders living with persistent mental health and/or substance use conditions. The warmline will connect individuals with certified peer support specialists who have lived experiences of behavioral health issues, trauma or personal crises, and are trained to support and empower the callers.


Phone: (248) 398-7105 | Affirmations LGBTQ+ community center has been the hub for southeast Michigan LGBTQ+ communities and allies for the last 30 years. The center provides a welcoming space where people of all sexual orientations, gender identities & expressions, and cultures can learn, grow, socialize and access the vital support they need. Mental health services specializing in providing affordable counseling for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.


Phone: (612) 287-1600 | RS EDEN provides community human services in Minnesota. From early achievements in substance abuse treatment and correctional residential programs, RS EDEN has evolved into a multi-faceted agency whose mission is to provide a spectrum of care, recovery, and support services to best facilitate individual, family, and community movement from homelessness to self-sufficiency. The belief is that with structure, stability, and accountability, people can and do change. RS EDEN operates nine supportive housing communities that serve youth, single adults, and families. These programs offer recovery-focused, transformative opportunities for residents to achieve personal goals, increase skills and income, integrate with the community, and stabilize housing.

Chicanos Latinos Unidos Services

Phone: (612) 746-3500 | CLUES (Spanish for: Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio) is a linguistically and culturally relevant resource and service organization, with programs and services to connect individuals and families to resources, skills, institutions, and systems. Services focus on the Latino family, but also serve individuals and families from all walks of life including new immigrants and low-income families who dream of a better future. Behavioral health services offered are outpatient individual, couples and family counseling, group therapy, addiction-focused treatment groups, children's services and support, parenting assessments, psychological testing, mental health assessments, and education and presentations on behavioral health topics. Spanish-speaking services are provided.

Ohio's Hospice of Dayton

Phone: (937) 258-4991 | Grief support programs offered.

Ohio's Community Mercy Hospice

Phone: (937) 390-9665 | Grief support programs offered.

Beckett Springs

Phone: (513) 942-9500 | We’re here to support your journey of recovery from mental health & addiction challenges.

NAMI Central Texas

Phone: (512) 420-9810 | Founded in 1984, NAMI Central Texas, formerly NAMI Austin, is a member of the largest grassroots mental health organization in the United States, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Through innovative education, support and advocacy programs, we are changing the way our community addresses mental health. NAMI Central Texas serves Travis, Williamson, Hays, Bastrop, Burnet, and Caldwell counties.

Integral Care

Phone: (512) 472-4357 | Integral Care clients should be prepared to show proof of insurance, and monthly fees for services are based on a client's income and family size. In addition to providing one-on-one mental health support for people experiencing a mental health crisis, Integral Care also has programs for helping people recover from drug and alcohol use.

SMASH Seattle

Phone: (206) 495-1285 | Email: | SMASH is a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping our Puget Sound area musicians healthy and thriving by providing access to primary care, dental services, mental health therapy, vision and hearing screening, and other wellness services for working musicians in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Mason, Kitsap, and Thurston counties.

NAMI St. Louis

Phone: (314) 962-4670 | NAMI St. Louis is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and we offer support, education and advocacy as we do so.


Phone: (636) 931-2700 | Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, special programs for domestic violence, and 24 hour crisis services. Physical and mental health.

CHADS' Coalition

Warm line (weekdays 9 AM-5:30 PM): (314) 952-8274 | CHADS is a 501(c)(3) organization offering Signs of Suicide®, Family Support, and Social Emotional Well-being programs to advance the awareness and prevention of depression and suicide. Aside from providing adolescents and young adults ages 25 and under with counseling services and educational programs, we also serve parents, educators, and community members with resources, presentations, and more to provide a holistic and proactive approach to mental illness and bullying.

NAMI Denver

Email: | NAMI Denver is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education and advocacy.

Servicios de la Raza

Phone: (719) 359-4240 | Servicios de La Raza’s mission is to build and cultivate a thriving Colorado Latino community in which all members have the opportunities, and the support systems to achieve equity, self-sufficiency, and self-determination to lead a healthy quality of life.

SafeHouse Denver

24/7 Crisis Line: (303) 318-9989 | Phone: (303) 318-9959 | SafeHouse Denver serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program.

The Blue Bench

Phone: (303) 329-9922 | At The Blue Bench, our mission is to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and our community through comprehensive issue advocacy, prevention and care.

WellPower (Mental Health Center of Denver)

Phone: (303) 504-6500 | WellPower is a place for recovery, resilience and well-being, known locally and nationally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral health care.

Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners

Phone: (844) 493-8255 (TALK) M-Sun 4pm to 12 am | RMCP Crisis Line is a free, confidential, 24/7 telephone hotline for mental health or substance abuse crisis help, information, and referrals. Crisis Services are perfect for any individual in need of mental health or substance use help, information and referrals. Anyone who may be depressed, thinking about suicide, going through a hard time, or just needs to talk, can freely discuss any issues with Crisis Counselors, who are there to listen and support callers.

Asian Pacific Development Center

Phone: (303) 923-2920 | The Asian Pacific Development Center provides psychotherapy and counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Psychological evaluations, psychiatric medication evaluations and monitoring, case management services, and senior outreach are also offered. These services, as well as mental health consultation and education activities, are provided by clinical staff in Hmong, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and English.

Latino Behavioral Health Services

Phone: (801) 935-4447 | LBHS is a nonprofit, grassroots organization created to minimize the disparities in access to mental health services among the underserved Latino population


Mentor Help Line: (801) 323-9900 | NAMI advocates for and supports Utah individuals and families impacted by mental illness.

NAMI Valley of the Sun

Phone: (602) 244-8166 | NAMI Valley of the Sun is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, & advocacy.

University of Phoenix Counseling Skills Centers

Phone: (602) 557.2217 | Counseling Skills Centers are educational training facilities that model mental health clinics and offer pro bono services to members of the University and local community.*

Jewish Family & Children's Service

Phone: (602) 353-0703 | JFCS touches the lives of thousands of children, teens, and adults coping with trauma, family violence, mental illness, and substance abuse, as well as other serious behavioral, physical, and social obstacles. A safe space is offered to provide attentive, compassionate, and confidential care. Counseling and behavioral health programs are provided. Specifically, for older adults, senior programs are designed to enrich the lives of elderly family members through social activities, in-home counseling and support, and classes that encourage creative expression. Counseling is also provided to adults, teens, and children.

Valle del Sol

Phone: (602) 258-6797 | Valle del Sol was founded in 1970 to fill a gap in behavioral health and social services available to the Latino community and underserved populations with nowhere else to turn. Valle del Sol offers a wide array of services, provided directly to youth and families in their homes, schools, and communities. Services include individual, family & group counseling, anger & stress management groups, behavior coaching, dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), art therapy, and more. Adult services are also provided, including for concerns such as anxiety, trauma, loss, illness and depression. The individualized outpatient services are provided by experienced therapists and offer real solutions at every stage of life. Substance abuse treatment is also provided. Services can be in Spanish.

Antioch University Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic

Phone: (206) 268-4840 | Email: | Providing counseling services to people of all ages and incomes in the community.

Valley Cities Active Military and Veterans Services

24/7 Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222 | Phone: 253.833.7444 | Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care provides caring, compassionate treatment, recovery, and support services to people struggling with substance use and mental health challenges. Staff are available to help veterans navigate through relevant resources, including for housing, financial benefits, medical benefits, employment, upgrading discharge, education or other specific issues. Navy veterans Bob Wilson and Starr Lehnus also provide military and culturally sensitive therapy to veterans. Clients who have served in any branch of the United States Military regardless of discharge are eligible. Current spouses or dependent children may also be eligible.

Ukrainian Community Center

Phone: (425) 430-8229 | The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington (UCCW) is a nonprofit focused on helping Eastern European refugees and immigrants predominantly from the former Soviet Union overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. UCCW offers behavioral health services with a collaborative and family-oriented emphasis. Family counseling is provided, as well as individual counseling, which is still viewed within the context of the whole family. The staff is made up of professional bilingual and bicultural Behavioral Health Counselors, who are trained to overcome the barriers and obstacles that confront clients. Services are provided in English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian.

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Phone: (206) 695-7511 | Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) provides community-based multilingual and multicultural services to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities - including immigrants, refugees, and American-born. ACRS offers culturally, linguistically and clinically competent counseling services to individuals, couples and families through culturally specific and individualized mental health counseling.

Mend Seattle

Phone: (206) 660-4396 | Mend Seattle provides quality, low-cost mental health counseling to individuals, couples and groups. The clinic values understanding critical social theory and an anti-oppressive lens to inform their approach towards therapy, counseling, and supporting human transformation. The emphasis is on serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community. The staff is made up of a team of interning and licensed therapists.

Cancer Support Community Greater CIncinnati-Northern Kentucky

Phone: (513) 791-4060 | Email: | CSC uplifts and strengthens people impacted by cancer by providing support, fostering compassionate communities, and breaking down barriers to care.

David Romprey Oregon Warmline - Peer Support 24/7

Phone: (800) 698-2392 | David Romprey Oregon Warmline is a peer-run service, providing a powerful framework for creating relationships where both people learn and grow together. The warmline is there for anyone for whatever they may be going through. A caring team of trained peers offers nonjudgmental and confidential peer support every day. The goal is to connect with callers, listen, and discover together how to make sense of experiences. People can see more possibilities for themselves when connecting with a compassionate peer. Warmline team members are people who have experienced life challenges – including moods, voices, visions, trauma, and addictions and know what it is like to feel big feelings or to find themselves in moments when there seems to be little to hope for. Hours of operation for the warmline are Monday to Sunday 9am to 11pm.

Recovery Center of Hamilton County

Phone: (513) 241-1411 | Email: | Recovery Center of Hamilton County (RCHC) is a non-profit program that helps empower individuals with mental illness to live more meaningful lives in the community. Our center is a peer-run organization (PRO) directed by individuals who have overcome the obstacles of their own mental illness. We have been serving individuals proudly since May 2006.

Talbert House

Phone: (513) 338-8596 | Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of services focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration. Services are provided at multiple sites throughout Southwest Ohio for children, adults, and families. The Housing service programs assist adults, veterans and families who need housing and other supportive services to maintain their independence. Talbert House offers sober independent living, shelter housing, transitional housing, supportive housing services and permanent supportive housing.

Central Clinic

Phone: (513) 558-8888 | Central Clinic Behavioral Health provides training opportunities for psychiatric residents from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine. Clinical counseling and assessment are provided to assist individuals experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness. Individual, couples, family, group therapy are provided, as well as psychological testing, case management, and psychiatric medication services. Counseling is also provided for children. In addition, services are provided to Spanish speaking children and families.

Peaceful Paths

The certified domestic abuse network that serves survivors of domestic violence in Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties. Peaceful Paths provides a wide range of services including emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis hotline, victim advocacy, children’s programming, education and training, counseling and support groups, community awareness and intervention, violence prevention programs, and batterer’s intervention programming. Peaceful Paths is a member of the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV).

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF)

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF) is a safe space for the LGBTQ+ Community in North Central Florida. Phone: (352) 377-8915

Helping Hands Clinic For the Homeless

Helping Hands Clinic seeks to improve the physical and mental well-being of the homeless and poor by: delivering comprehensive health care, sensitizing providers to the special needs of the poor and engaging the community in meaningful contribution.

CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services

"Empowering Youth & Building Strong Families for a Brighter Tomorrow." Phone: (352) 244-0628

Alachua County Crisis Center

Offers crisis intervention services. Phone: 352-264-6789

Transgender Resource Center of Long Island

Phone: (631) 306-4TRC (4872) | Email: | TRCLI provides a wide variety of programs to enrich the lives of the transgender,, non-binary, and gender non-conforming community. Some our programs include support groups, assistance with updating vital records, providing access to transgender friendly doctors and healthcare, housing assistance, workshops and education programs, inclusivity training, guest speakers, community building events, and more.

Youth and Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay

Youth and Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay-East Norwich provides high-quality mental health and social services, with privacy and dignity, to children, adults and families in our communities. All services provided in English & Spanish.


Phone: (888) 522.9174 | OhioGuidestone works for every person and family to reach happiness. With family services, OhioGuidestone leads children, parents, and individuals towards ways to change their situations for the better. Addiction recovery programs, support groups, medication-assisted treatment, counseling services, psychiatric services, school-based services, residential treatment services, and more, are provided. Medicaid and insurance accepted, sliding scale

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Phone: (614) 629-9960 | Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) helps and supports low-income veterans who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and/or need help transitioning to permanent housing. The program aims to prevent homelessness and ensure housing stability among our community's veterans and their families. Ongoing individual and family support is provided in the form of housing counseling, personal financial planning, healthcare referrals, help with childcare, temporary financial assistance, transportation, daily living needs, and more.

Metropolitan Family Services

Phone: (773) 371-3642 | Metro Family Services provides employment educational and domestic violence resources, in addition to their countless behavioral health services that can all be accessed for free. 7 locations on the South Side, North Side, southwest suburbs and DuPage Country

YWCA Chicago Wellness Network

Phone: (773) 302-2049 | YWCA’s Wellness Network provides counseling as well as assistance with finding and accessing resources for childcare, healthcare, employment and housing. The wellness Network’s services come at no cost to clients. Visit this link ( or call for information and to schedule a session.

Sista Afya

Phone: (773) 234-7994 | Sista Afya is a Black woman-owned and staffed mental wellness organization that provides mental wellness education, resource connection and community support to Black women. Its non-profit arm, Sista Afya Community Care, provides free individual therapy, community workshops and professional development to people in the Chicagoland area.

Affirming Men’s Group

Email: | (773) 750-3505 | This group is an ongoing interpersonal process group open to male-identified members of the LGBTQI community. Participants in this group are men who have identified an interpersonal goal that they would like to address such as forming and maintaining friendships, improving men’s capacity for closeness with others, and fostering healthy relationships.

40+ Group

Email: | Phone: (773) 324-0377 | The Forty Plus group includes, but is not limited to individuals who identify as lesbian, bisexual, or transgender women who are at least 40 years of age. The group is led by Glynis Morris, but the activities are defined by the participants.

Peer Health Advocates – UChicago

PHAs connect their peers to campus resources, create a safe space for open dialogue, and offer peer education on a variety of important health and wellbeing topics.

NAMI Chicago

Phone: (312) 563-0445 | Guided by the experiences of those living with mental health conditions and rooted in equity, NAMI Chicago educates to fight stigma and discrimination, fiercely advocates for our community, and shares hope, connection and expertise with people on their mental health journey.

Primary Care and Hope Clinic

Phone: (615) 625-9390 | The Primary Care and Hope Clinic serves as a medical home for uninsured and underserved patients in Middle Tennessee, regardless of their ability to pay. Through the consistent delivery of preventative, acute, chronic and behavioral health services, the clinic ensures that patients receive the care they need to get healthy and stay healthy. The Primary Care & Hope Clinic uses an integrated behavioral health model that teams behavioral health providers with a medical provider. Private, in-house behavioral health therapy for adults, adolescents, and children is available with licensed counselors and Mental Health Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners. The health center accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay. A sliding-fee scale discount is offered to all eligible patients, based on annual household size and income.


Phone: (615) 463-6600 | Centerstone provides mental health and substance use disorder treatment, education and support. Centerstone helps children, adolescents, adults, seniors and their families who suffer from a myriad of behavioral health challenges. A multitude of programs are designed to address the wide-range of emotional, behavioral, psychological and addiction issues that affect the individuals in our care. Centerstone's Military Services provides care for service members, veterans and family members. Centerstone exists to help individuals from all walks of life in need. This practice serves all patients regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered depending upon family size and income.

Lloyd C. Elam Mental Health Center

Phone: (615) 327-6495 | The School of Medicine of Meharry Medical College offers services to meet the mental health needs of underserved and disadvantaged populations, and trains mental health care professionals to render and conduct research that addresses mental health and psychiatric services. The clinics, substance abuse, and rehabilitation programs at Elam Center provide an excellent service to patients and family. The result is a cooperative relationship with the community that is fostered and maintained. Insurance accepted including Medicare and Medicaid, financial assistance for uninsured patients

So Others Might Eat

Phone: 202-797-8806 |Email: | Since 1970, SOME has been a care provider and a beacon of hope to residents in our nation’s capital. Our services are available to individuals, families, senior citizens, veterans, and those affected by physical or mental illness. Every day, we strive to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through our comprehensive Whole Person Care approach.


Phone: 202-803-6848 | Whitman-Walker provides free individual and group psychotherapy to LGBTQ young people ages 13-40 who have experience or witnessed a crime (no police report required). Therapy can be provided at any Whitman-Walker Health office or within the community.

DC Center for LGBT Community

Phone: 202-319-8541 | Email: | The DC Center for the LGBT Community provides counseling to the LGBT community in the Washington, DC metro area. Services are provided by experienced gay, lesbian and bisexual mental health professionals (licensed clinical social workers and PhD psychologists). Therapists have experience in many areas of expertise serving the LGBTQ community, including: coming out, relationship issues, social anxiety, addictions, coming out of marriage, trauma, depression, anxiety, stress, gender identity, and more. Services are provided in English or Spanish.

Boston GLASS

GLASS provides a continuum of services to LGBTQ+ youth of color and their allies in the Greater Boston and Greater Framingham areas. As a leader in LGBTQ+ youth services, we also provide education and consultation to other providers and community organizations. (We're using "LGBTQ+" to mean lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, Two-Spirit, intersex, asexual, pansexual, people living with HIV, and other sexual and gender minorities.)

Whittier Street Health Center

Phone: 617-989-3009 | Whittier Street Health Center provides a wide-range of behavioral health services and substance abuse counseling. The behavioral health department consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers and licensed mental health counselors who offer individual, family, couple, and group counseling, and medication management services for all ages. A wide range of mental health issues are treated, such as depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and stress related problems. Services include intake assessments, individual therapy, psychiatric assessment and medication management, group therapy, relapse prevention groups, and more. Provides for everyone regardless of ability to pay

St. Francis House

Phone: 617-542-4211 | St. Francis House serves poor and homeless men and women in Boston. Basic, rehabilitative, and housing services are provided in a holistic approach to provide guests with continuous and comprehensive care. The Counseling and Mental Health Department provides services in English and Spanish, including individual and group counseling, psychiatric care, case management and substance abuse assistance. On a daily basis, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups are hosted on site. There is also a Clinical and Recovery Services Department at St. Francis House, providing tools and services to help guests deal with traumas and move toward stability in all aspects of life.

Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Center

Phone: 617-238-2430 617-261-2034 (to reach the clinic after hours) | The Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC), formerly known as the Somali Women And Children's Association, is a community-based, non-profit, grassroots human service agency that provides comprehensive services to refugees, asylees, and immigrants as well as the larger community. RIAC's Community Counseling Services provides a a community-based mental health and social support program to serve the unique needs of refugees and immigrants. A multi-cultural and multi-lingual clinical staff has expertise in refugee and immigrant mental health issues as well as a deep understanding of the cultural needs of the populations served. Services are offered in English, Farsi, Ibo, Hausa, Swahili, Spanish, French and Somali. Some insurances accepted

Fenway Health

Phone: 617-267-0900 | The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in the Boston neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy. Counselors are focused on providing confidential, compassionate, and accessible care to all. Services include psychotherapy, psychiatric care and medication management, addiction recovery and wellness programs, skill-based psychotherapy groups, longer-term support groups, and more.

Riverside Community Care

Phone: 617-284-5130 | Riverside Community Care is a nonprofit that provides behavioral healthcare in Massachusetts. They offer services to children, adolescents, and adults, including mental healthcare, developmental and brain injury services, youth and early childhood programs, addiction treatment, trauma response, and more. Specifically for adolescents and young people, counselors are experienced in helping with topics relating to school, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, trauma, abuse, and more. Most insurance and Managed Care coverage, Medicaid and Medicare are accepted.

Trinity Place Shelter

Transitional housing program for LGBTQ youth ages 18-24 in New York City. | 164 West 100th St., New York, NY 10025

Covenant House

Phone: 1(800) 388-3888 | Provides emergency shelter, crisis care, counseling and clothing. | 461 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001

Rainbow Heights Club

Phone: (718) 852-2584 | Rainbow Heights Club is a drop-in space that offers peer support and advocacy for LGBT New Yorkers who are living with mental illness. 25 Flatbush Ave., 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Pride Center of Staten Island

Phone: (718) 808-1360 | Advocating for LGBTQIA+ interests; educating, empowering; and providing social support. 66 Willow Ave., Suite 202, Staten Island, NY 10305

Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Phone: (347) 889-7719 | Providing services to Brooklyn's LGBTQ+ community through programming and partnerships wth other organizations | 1360 Fulton Street, Ground Floor (on New York Avenue between Fulton and Herkimer), Brooklyn, NY 11216

The Audre Lorde Project

Phone: (718) 596-0342 | Center for community organizing committed to wellness and progressive social and economic justice | 85 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, NY 11217;

The Center

Phone: (212) 620-7310 | The Center is the heart and home of NYC's LGBTQ+ community, providing programs for health, wellness, and community connection | 208 W. 13th St., New York, NY 10011

NYC Unity Project

NYC's committment to supporting and empowering LGBTQ+ young people through multiple branches of gov't: peer and professional support, legal services, health and wellness care, housing, and more

Narcotics Anonymous

Phone: (818) 773-9999 Ext. 771 | Helping addicts find the opportunity for a new way of life

Alchoholics Anonymous

Phone: (212) 870-3400 | Fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem. AA helps alcoholics achieve sobriety

CUNY Central

Links to mental health, substance abuse, and medical resources

Resource Center

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.

Mosaic Family 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.

Dallas Rape Crisis Center

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.

Here for Texas Mental Health Navigation Line

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.

Southern Area Behavioral Health Services

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

Mental Health America of Greater Dallas

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.

Milestones Mental Health Agency

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.

Assertive Community Treatment

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

504 HealthNet

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.

Loyola Center for Counseling and Education

Email: | 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.

Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority

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.