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Provides one-stop access to information on mental health and mental health problems, from mental health basics (such as facts, myths, and early warning signs of problems) to a toolkit for community conversations about mental health, as well as information on how to get help, including a 24-7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (or online chat), a 24-7 Veterans Crisis Line (or online chat), and a SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline as well as a treatment locator to search by state or zip code. MentalHealth.gov is also available in Spanish.


Resources for Individuals in Need of Assistance (emergent or otherwise)


new! The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7 free and confidential support via phone or text for people in distress. This shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services. There is also a web chat  available 24/7.

Prevention and crisis resources, including posters and a magnet (available in Spanish), wallet cards, and safety plan pads, are available for professionals to download or order.


Looking for more information? Check out these mental health-related resources found on WIC Works.


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