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Mental Health Resources

Resources for Everyone

Mental Health is just as important as Physical and Spiritual Health!

Everyone can benefit from therapy or an impartial third party. There is no shame in asking for help. You matter and you are enough!

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255

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Text Helpline:  Text HOME to 741741

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The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 

Offers informations and treatment options for anyone that has experienced trauma in their life. Trauma is define as an exposure to an actual or threatened event.

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Go Ask Alice

This website offers information and resources on a variety of subjects from physical health and mental health spectrums.

Go Ask Alice!

Young Adult Options:

Young Women's Health

Young Men's Health

Teen Mental Health

Other Support Options:

LGBTQIA+ Support

National Association on Mental Illness

Compulsive Gambling

Montgomery County Support Peer Talk Lines: 

This is a support line that can be reached 7 days a week, free of charge. Hours of operation are 1pm to 9pm. The talk line can be reached at (855) 715-8255.

They also offer a Teen Support Line that can be reached by call or text. To talk on the phone, call 866-825-5856 or for texting support, text 215-703-8411.

Bucks County Support:

Crisis line, please call 1-800-499-7455  Services are available 24/7

Some other options are:

Central and Upper Bucks: 215-345-2273

Lower Bucks: 215-785-9765

Psychology Today

Offers therapists around your area. You can also find information on insurance accepted, reviews on the therapist and information about the therapists education and specialties.

National Center for PTSD

A Woman’s Place Domestic Abuse


Laurel House

This a domestic violence agency based in Norristown with the mission to provide a safe haven for abused women, their children as well as arrangements for their pets. 24-hr.

Hotline: 1-800-642-3150.