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Mental Health Resources

If you, a friend or a loved one have a mental health issue that you would like to address or if you are just going through a tough time in your life and need someone to help you work through the issues, assistance is available. We encourage you to take a look at the following resources.

Mental Health America (MHA)

  • The country’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives.
  • Mental Health America has a webpage of mental health resources dedicated to getting people connected with help.

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness

  • This organization provides support, education and advocacy for people with mental illness.
  • NAMI has a web page dedicated to helping people get connected with specific mental health support.  Check it out at support

National Institute of Mental Health

National Resources Center for Hispanic Mental Health

Screening for Mental Health

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

  • SAMHSA’s mission is to build resilience and facilitate recovery for people with mental or substance use disorders.
  • SAMHSA has a web page dedicated to mental health information for individuals including a mental

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or call 1-800-273-8255

  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis. If you need help, please dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Suicide Awareness Voices of Education


Mental Health Resources for Veterans

Mental Health Self-Assessment Program® (MHSAP) Screening and Referral for Vets and Families or call 1-877-877-3647

  • MHSAP offers service personnel and their families the opportunity to take anonymous, mental health and alcohol use self-assessments online, via the phone and/or through special events held at installations.
  • The self-assessments are a brief series of questions that, when linked together, help create a picture of how an individual is feeling.
  • The program is designed to help individuals identify their own symptoms and access assistance before a problem becomes serious.
  • The self-assessments address posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, generalized anxiety disorder, alcohol use and bipolar disorder.
  • After completing a self-assessment, an individual receives referral information, including services provided by TRICARE, Military OneSource and Vet Centers.

United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center or call 1-800-870-9244: Serves active duty military and their dependents and veterans with traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

Veterans Resource Center: The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) provides information and resources for veterans and active duty military members, as well as their families, friends and advocates.