Finding Support

Mental Health & Well-Being

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health & well-being, there is help. You are not alone. Below you can find information on how to get help.

Things to Keep in Mind

Not everyone feels comfortable talking about their mental health, but it is important. Often, just talking about it can help you understand where you or someone else is with their mental health. And it can help to get support or treatment if needed.


People can feel anxious about a lot of things: the first day of school, a job interview, a big event or a first date. Anxiety can make your heart race and your palms sweaty. If you’re experiencing anxiety, you’re not alone. Here are some tips for how to deal with anxiety.


Depression is a feeling that nothing matters that can be so strong it interferes with one’s ability to function in the world. Depression can make getting out of bed every morning feel like climbing Mt. Everest. The good news is you do not have to climb the mountain alone. Asking for support could help you unlock the tools to make the climb easier. Here are some tools for dealing with depression.

Finding Support

If you or someone you know are in crisis and need to talk, are looking for support, or need information please use these free resources. They can help.

  • Crisis Text Line

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    If you are in crisis, text CONVO to 741741 in the US for free, confidential, 24/7, support.

  • Mental Health America

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  • TrevorLifeline

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    The Trevor Project's free and confidential phone support for LGBTQ youth is available 24/7.
    Call 1 (866) 488-7386