Good Good Good's Mental Health Resources

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If you or someone you know is struggling, we urge you to get help.

We all struggle sometimes. You’re not alone, you and your story matter, and recovery is possible. Getting help helps.

Explore the resources below to find the best fit for you. And please feel free to share this with others who may find it helpful. We’ll continue to update this resource.

For Immediate Mental Health Help

Emergency Medical Services

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 988
or live online chat

Crisis Text Line
Text CRISIS to 741-741

Help For Depression, Anxiety, & Bipolar Disorders

To Write Love on Her Arms

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Mental Health America

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

National Institute of Mental Health

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Resources To Find a Therapist

→ Explore Good Good Good's guide on how to find a therapist

Psychology Today

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

Therapy For Black Girls

Inclusive Therapists

Talkspace (Affiliate Partner)

BetterHelp (Affiliate Partner)

Brightside (Affiliate Partner)

Help For Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorders Association
or live online chat

Eating Disorder Hope

Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous

Help For Grief & Loss

Help For Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous



Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

American Addiction Centers

Mental Health Help For Young People

Kids Mental Health

Mental Health Help For Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
or live online chat

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

LGBTQ+ Mental Health Resources

The Trevor Project
or live online chat

Trans Lifeline
Family & Friends Hotline

TransYouth Family Allies

Bisexual Resource Center

Latinx Mental Health Resources

American Society of Hispanic Psychiatry

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

Therapy for LatinX

Mental Health Resources For Parents Supporting Youth

Coping Skills for Kids
Coping Skills for Kids offers products and resources to help parents and professionals teach children healthy ways to cope with stress, anxiety, and anger.

Parenting Counts
Parenting Counts is a resource to support parents and caregivers in raising socially and emotionally healthy children.
This site for parents and educators is all about the basics of character education and how to develop healthy character development in children.

Gender Spectrum
This resource helps to create gender-sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.

This site is for parents to help their teenagers navigate conflict within the family.

A Kids Book About Mental Health Bundle
This book trio comes with three kids’ books about anxiety, depression, and shame.

HealthyPlace Parenting Community
This guide is full of resources for parents with children who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.

Manhattan Toy Making Faces
This toy encourages kids to recognize a variety of different emotional expressions.

If your child needs clinical support, please reach out to a licensed mental health professional.

Mental Health Help For Service Members and Veterans

Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1
Text 838-255
or live online chat

Military OneSource

Vet Centers
1-877-WAR-VETS (927-8387)

National Center for PTSD

Make the Connection

Mental Health Resources For Older Adults

Geriatric Mental Health Foundation

National Council on Aging
Web Content

Mental Health Resources Outside of the United States

Explore this list of international mental health resources from To Write Love On Her Arms

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