Crisis Text Line: Text CONNECT to 741741
- Free, 24/7 support for those in crisis, connecting to a trained Crisis Counselor. Assist in helping people move from a hot moment to a cool calm, guiding you to create a plan to stay safe and healthy.
- Telephone and mobile crisis service
- 24hr line to call for you or someone else struggling with threats of suicide, self-injury, aggressive behavior, threats of harm to others, severe depression/emotional upset/anxiety/panic attacks, or inability to care for daily needs because of mental health concerns
- Holistic approach to teen suicide prevention
- Free resource to equip any adult dealing with teens (parents, teachers, youth workers, pastors, etc.) to notice "pre-warning" signs of suicide and know what actions steps to take before the issues become serious. It also covers what to do if it has become serious or if suicide has already taken the life of your child, friend or acquaintance.
Fresh Hope (for mental health): (402) 932-3089
- Equip and Empower individuals and their loved ones who are affected by a mental health diagnosis. Move from "just coping" to thriving.
- Included Christ-centered peer support groups, on-line forums/groups, educational resources, mental health resources
- DBSA's mission is to provide hope, help, support and education to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders.
Celebrate Recovery (CR): Christ-centered recovery/support for people with hurts, habits, hang-ups and addiction.
- CR supports men and women (together in some functions but separate for times of sharing). Ideal for someone looking for support in multiple area of hurts and recovery (i.e. mental health + addiction + loss of relationships + fear or simply for the hardships of being a caregiver or spouse to someone with depression or mental health concerns). Many CRs have support for the whole family - support for children and teens.
Bright Tomorrows: (918) 744-5761 (Local to Tulsa, OK)
- Dedicated to reflecting the compassion of Jesus Christ by promoting mental health, helping those struggling with mental illness toward a healing-recovery lifestyle and by assisting churches in their mission to better serve those with mental health concerns.
- Support groups for individuals with bi-polar and major depressive disorders and family group meetings