Mental Health Resources

Suicide Prevention

 Dial 988 for 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. Or, click the button below to view more resources. 

General Mental Health


Counseling Options

Teen Line

Here for you to vent, work out personal issues, or simply talk about life. 

Call: (800) 852-8336

Text: TEEN to 839-863


An organization designed to provide resources to those with mental health issues.

Helpline: 1(800) 950-6264 (M-F from 10am-6pm)

24/7 Text Line: NAMI to 741-741

The Trevor Project

provides valuable resources, one on one support, and social networking for people in the LGBTQ community.
Call: 1(866) 488-7386
Text: START to 678678

Perspectives Therapy: (810) 494-7180

Renewed Relationships Counseling & Psychological Services: (810) 522-0785

Thriving Minds: (810) 225-3417 

Advanced Counseling Services: (810) 220-2787

Loss of a Loved One

Human Trafficking

Ele’s Place 

a healing center for grieving children, teens, young adults, and their families.


National Human Trafficking Hotline

To report it: 1(866) 347-2423

To get help: 1(866) 522-2725

Text HELP or INFO to 233 733 

Drug & Alcohol Abuse

National Lifelines

Survivors of Sexual Assault

Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA)

An international peer-led mutual aid fellowship dedicated to abstinence-based recovery from alcoholism/drub abuse through its spiritually-inclined Twelve Step program. 


A resource for those worried for a loved one with a drinking problem. 




Inpatient– a live in facility that provides around the clock intensive medical and therapeutic care designed to treat serious substance use disorders.

Outpatient- a part time program that allow for some level of flexibility so a patient can attend treatment without missing work or school responsibilities. 

(866) 464-3073

Addiction Resource

A way to look into addiction diagnosis, especially regarding co-occurring mental disorders. 

Call the number below to discuss treatment for you or a loved one. 

(844) 640-0175


A resource for addicts or their loved ones that provides information on addiction as well as available treatment.

(866) 525-8023

The American Addiction Centers

24/7 talking and treatment available to those suffering and their loved ones. 

(866) 201-9175

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 

24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.


National Resource Center on Domestic Violence 

a resource for survivors in need of help. 

1(800) 799-7233 (SAFE) 

TTY 1(800) 787-3224

StrongHearts Native Hotline

for rape/sexual assault services.

1(844) 762-8483

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 

a free, confidential, 24/7, 365 day a year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders


A non-profit organization that serves as a safe place for victims of domestic, sexual, or child abuse. 

24/7 line: 866 522-2725

Clinic line: 517 548-1350

Love is Respect – the National Dating Abuse Hotline 

the national resource to disrupt and prevent unhealthy relationships and intimate partner violence. 

1(866) 331-9474

TTY 1(866) 331-8453

Text “loveis” to 22522


24/7 confidential help from trained staff members from a sexual assault service provider. 

800-656-HOPE (4673)


Helping Survivors

A resource for survivors of sexual abuse/violence. Contains information on what sexual assault and topics relating to it–grooming, rape, consent–look like and how one can prevent it or heal from it. 

Other Addictions

Social Media Addiction-Addiction Center

A way to look into social media addiction and possible treatment options.  

Call the number below to discuss treatment for you or a loved one.  

(866) 319-6292

Mental Health Apps


Helps you track your moods and gives you exercises to help address negative emotions.

Better Stop Suicide

Designed to help people with suicidal thoughts. It encourages minds to slow down and think rationally by providing calming audio files written by mental health professionals. 


Easy-to-use breathing exercises that may help reduce stress and anxiety.

Mindshift CBT

Created to provide anxiety relief using CBT tools to adjust thinking and behaviors.

Quit That

Helps people tackle habits and addiction by tracking them to quit smoking, drinking alcohol, using drugs, or even consuming caffeine.

Recovery Road

Linked to the Recovery Record Clinician App — which gives your treatment team the full picture so they can easily track your progress – it is an excellent tool for anyone recovering from an eating disorder.