Industry Advocacy Webinar - 4/15/21

Here are some follow up resources from our Conversation About Mental Health hosted on 10/30/2020

grief.com (David Kessler’s website: information on grief, books, videos, support groups)


chupikcounseling.com : Chupik Counseling & Consulting, PA (Austin, Temple, Kileen, Cedar Park locations)


pyschologytoday.com (website to search for therapists and psychiatrists)


firstquotehealth.com (website that may offer free or low cost mental health resources)

Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) – Suicide hotline. Can call if you are concerned about someone else and want guidance on what to do.
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

Crisis Text Line – Text HOME to 741741

Warmlines  -  non-crisis phone lines to talk to someone about how you’re feeling

https://warmline.org/warmdir.html#directory

BeThe1To – 5 Action Steps to Communicate with someone who might be experiencing suicidal thoughts

https://www.bethe1to.com/

Trevor Project – serves LGBTQ youth under 25                             
1-866-488-7386  

www.thetrevorproject.org

Live Through This – over 200 stories of suicide attempt survivors 

www.livethroughthis.org

ManTherapy.org – male mental health resources

Nationwide Treatment Locator          

https://www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment

Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) – low cost care on sliding scale, provides coverage regardless of the ability to pay
https://data.hrsa.gov/data/reports/datagrid?gridName=FQHCs

Tip: Call your insurance provider for an immediate referral for mental health care

Tip: Providers that are backlogged often have cancelled appointments or no-shows. Ask if you can wait in their lobby or the parking lot and they can call you.