Crisis Support

Find crucial hotline numbers and websites for when you or a loved one can’t provide the support you need. It’s ok to ask for extra help- check out these resources to help provide you with professional guidance.

If you’re an emergency responder it’s important to take time to care for yourself too. Addressing your wellbeing is key in order to feel well, stay sharp, and continue to provide excellent care to those in critical conditions.
Experiencing stress during this global crisis isn’t abnormal. However, not confronting your stress could be harmful–addressing your stress in a healthy way will make you and your circles of support stronger.
If you or a loved one are self-harming or experiencing suicidal thoughts, discover how to start getting help.
If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health challenges, abuse, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, there is help on the other side. Text a crisis counselor to obtain the support you need.
A free, and confidential support line service made up of volunteer psychiatrists to provide peer support for physician colleagues and American medical students as they navigate the COVID-19 epidemic.
Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.
The Trevor project provides comprehensive resources for LGBTQ youth from crisis support for suicide prevention, coming out guides, and more.
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.