I have compiled a list of resources for immediate crisis situations and for help for you or someone struggling with mental health. Tumblr is a community with people who understand. But it’s important to make sure that anyone who uses this community also understands the resources that are out there to help.


  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (US), Call 1-800-272-8255 24 hours a day for immediate assistance in a suicidal crisis. All phone conferences are confidential.
  • Crisis Text Line (US), If you feel uncomfortable using the hotline, text “HOME” to 741741 for confidential text support 24/7.
  • National Hopeline Network (US), “Please know that you are not alone.” Call 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) at any time for confidential suicide crisis support.
  • Trevor Lifeline, Call 866-488-7386 for 24/7 counselor support if you are “a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgement-free place to talk.”
  • Trans Lifeline, This lifeline is “staffed by transgender people for transgender people.” Call 877-564-8860 for support in a crisis situation.
  • RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline, “RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.” Call 800-656-HOPE (4673) for 24-hour, confidential assistance.
  • 7 Cups of Tea, Visit 7 cups of tea for free, confidential online counseling services including chat rooms and individual listeners.
  • Befrienders Worldwide, If you’re not located in America, this website compiles worldwide prevention hotlines by country.
  • Buddy Project Resources, Visit their resources page for Hotline numbers in dozens of countries and for more specialized support.
  •  Childline (UK), Call 0800 1111 for confidential services for teenagers 24-hours a day.
  • Kids Help Phone (Canada), For children and teenagers under 20, call 1-800-668-6868 for 24/7 counseling services.
  • Lifeline (Australia), Crisis Support. Suicide Prevention. Call 13 11 14 for 24-hour support for crisis situations.




Eating Disorders

Substance Abuse

  • DrugRehab is a free resource for people struggling with addiction, eating disorders, depression, and other mental health issues. Their website also provides information and resources about “co-occurring disorders” where a substance abuse disorder occurs with another mental illness

LGBT Support 



  • ADHD Together is a community that works as a “resource to help parents, carers and teachers from across Europe to work together in support school-age children with ADHD”
  • CHADD is the National Resource on ADHD and a great starting point for anyone looking for information on ADHD and ADD