Mental Health Helplines & Textlines List
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A list of helplines/hotlines, textlines, e-mail, chat, and forum support relating to mental health. Also includes mental health apps for your tablet/phone. If looking for immediate support the General Crisis & Support Lines link might be more relevant.
- ontario (canada)Mental Health Helpline
- An Information and Referral Specialist will answer your call, email or web chat 24/7. We provide health services information for anywhere in Ontario. Free, confidential and anonymous.
- information lineontario (canada)24/7 1-866-531-2600
- e-mailontario (canada)support e-mail
- chatontario (canada)support chat
- Helping people recover from mental health problems. At weekly, group support meetings nationwide, members support each other through their own experiences. Has an information line.
- information lineireland 1890 474 474
- irelandSt Patrick's Mental Health Services: Support & Information Service
- The Support & Information Service is a telephone and email service staffed by experienced mental health nurses 9-5 Monday to Friday with an answering and call-back facility outside hours.
- information lineirelandM-F: 9am-5pm 01 249 3333
- usaMental Health Care America
- Toll-free. Provides written information on mental illnesses and provides referrals.
- information lineusa1-800-969-6642
- freepaid versionmood trackerMindlogr
- Mindlogr is a private video logging website where users can create private recordings of their thoughts. People use it to let go of their troubles and reflect on days gone by. It's a place where people can be themselves 100% without judgement.
- freemood trackerMood Manager
- Combines the power of a number of proven strategies including keeping daily journals and tracking the way you think about and respond to stressful situations. By regularly monitoring your thoughts and feelings, as well as the range of activities in which you engage, Mood Manager will increase your awareness of how you’re feeling and what’s helping you to feel better or worse. Accordingly, Mood Manager will highlight those areas of your life upon which you can focus your energies to minimise negative emotions such as stress and depression and anxiety (and therefore, to feel better more often).
- freegeneral, doctor's visitDoc Ready
- We know that it can be difficult to talk to people when you're having difficulties with your mental health. Doc Ready helps you get ready for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health.
- free trialschizophreniaCoping Tutor
- Clinically validated software for schizophrenia and hearing voices. Try it for free. Coping with Voices, Mental health web software. CBT.