National Mental Health Groups and Associations
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI offers a wealth of resources and educational materials to support communities nationwide to improve mental health and eradicate stigma.
National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery
The National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery is a non-profit that advocates for mental health patients, giving them a voice in the development and implementation of healthcare policies in the U.S. Learn more on their website.
Psychology Today not only provides many educational resources about mental illness but also has tools to help people find the help they need via therapy and other treatment options. You can even refine your search for local therapists by insurance networks and the mental issues you would like help with.
Local Arizona Mental Health Groups and Associations
NAMI Valley of the Sun
NAMI Valley of the Sun is the Maricopa County affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Crisis Response Network
Crisis Response Network, Inc. is an Arizona non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals in crisis. They have provided crisis care services to Arizona for eleven years.
Arizona Counselors Association
Depending on the type of therapist you want, the Arizona Counselors Association is another good resource for those looking for a counselor in their area.
Arizona Psychological Association
The Arizona Psychological Association was founded in 1950 and has been concerned with Arizona public health and safety ever since. They are a great resource for those considering therapy or looking for a psychologist.
Mental Health Awareness Coalition
The mission of the Mental Health Awareness Coalition of Arizona is to educate the public regarding understanding, awareness and acceptance of mental health issues in the general community, while working to reduce stigma and discrimination associated with mental health in adults and children. Learn more about their involvement in the community on their website.
Arizona Autism United (AZA United)
AZA United gives families that are affected by Autism the individual support they need. Learn more on the AZA United website about their resources and how you can get involved
Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition
The mission of the Arizona Suicide Prevention Coalition is to change those conditions that result in suicidal acts in Arizona through awareness, intervention, and action. Learn more on their website about the resources they provide and how to get involved.
Suicide Prevention Hotlines and Web Resources
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-SUICIDE or (800) 784-2433
This nationwide telephone hotline provides free 24-hour crisis counseling for people who are suffering from depression and thoughts of suicide.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Covenant House Nineline 1-800-999-9999
Covenant House Nineline provides intervention, support and referrals for youth and adults in crisis that could be a danger to themselves or others.
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