GT Directory of Mental Health Resources

GT is a very supportive community, but as we are not mental health professionals, the best we can do for someone experiencing a mental health crisis is to refer you to the appropriate resources. While venting and being reassured by other community members may help you in the short run, your long-term mental health is best served by seeking professional help.

The following is a list of resources for various mental health issues. The list includes resources for mental health issues in general as well as specific disorders. Resources available in certain regions are also listed.

We understand that you may not have access to mental healthcare due to lack of insurance or transportation to a facility, but you may still be able to get yourself professional help! Please peruse this list so you can get the help you need!

Also included in this directory is a variety of self-help resources, such as books, discussion forums, and blogs that are targeted specifically to individuals with your mental health issue(s).

This is a living document: if you know of a resource that is not listed here, please let me know in the comments.

Click here for general information about mental health crisis hotlines.


National Suicide Hotlines

If you are acutely suicidal, PLEASE CALL ONE OF THESE NUMBERS! If you would rather chat with someone online than talk to someone on the phone, click here.


For a list of INTERNATIONAL suicide hotlines, click here.

  • National Hope Line: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
  • The Help Line USA: 1-800-785-8111
  • Girls and Boys Town: 1-800-448-3000
  • Covenant House: 1-800-999-9999
  • The Trevor Project: 1-800-850-8078 (for gay or questioning youth)

Suicidal Thoughts, Survivor of Suicide Attempts, Survivor of Suicide Loss (i.e., you have lost a loved one to suicide)

General Resources for Mental Health Issues

Tips for Seeking Treatment in Your Area

Regional Resources


Chicago and Illinois


District of Columbia (DC)


New Hampshire

New York City

Oregon (Lane County)


St. Paul

Resources for Specific Mental Health Issues



Bipolar Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)


Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Domestic Violence

Eating Disorders


Rape, Sexual Assault, Incest