We 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.




LGBT Support 



Eating Disorders


  • 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