Mental Healthcare

What we think, how we feel, and how we act all impact our physical health. The flip side of that is also true: our physical health can impact what we think, feel, and do.

It is important to take care of all parts of ourselves – our brains, bodies, thoughts, and feelings.

If you are feeling anxious, sad, or isolated, you’re not alone. These feelings are common. For when we need more support, mental and behavioral health care providers can help us build skills for resilience, provide a safe, supportive, and trusting relationship to discuss worries, and provide treatment for mental health issues.

Read the Mental Healthcare handout

Experiencing a crisis? See these crisis and safety resources.


Want tips and tools to help support your mental health? Here are resources that provide articles, videos, and audio tools.

Things You Can Do Right Now


For General Mental Health Resources and Information


For a Wide Variety of Support and Services in Your Local Area

  • Type in your city or zip code to find resources near you
  • Call, text, or type in your city or zip code to find resources near you
  • Free mental health resources, including a peer warm line and live chat

For More Information about Getting Mental Health Assistance

For Kids and Parents