It’s okay to ask for help
We are proud to offer free mental health classes here at CYA. If you seek additional help outside of our classes, below are resources we recommend for our community.
Mental Health Resources
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Anyone in the U.S. can text or call the new national suicide hotline to reach trained counselors who can help them cope with a mental health emergency.
National Alliance on Mental Health Helpline
Peer support service providing referrals, education & support to people living with mental health conditions
Institute on Aging’s Friendship Line
Crisis intervention hotline & warmline for non-emergency support calls.
The Trevor Lifeline
Crisis intervention & suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth
Veterans Crisis Line
Trained responders answer calls & text messages to offer emotional support
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
Monday – Friday 9am – 9pm CST
Trained volunteers provide general support, resources, and education
Breaking down the barriers and stigmas that surround substance abuse with free, accurate, and valuable information.
The first transgender suicide hotline is now up and running in the U.S.
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741 in the U.S. and Canada
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Hotline
Referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, & community based organizations available in English and Spanish.
Samaritans Crisis Hotline
24hr emotional support & crisis response hotline service
National Eating Disorders Association
Mon-Thurs 11am – 9pm EST, Friday 11am – 5pm EST
Trained volunteers offer support, resources & treatment options
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