Community Mental Health Resources

If you or someone else is in any immediate danger, call 911 immediately

If you are interested in any outside resources, please take a look at the information below:

  • Suicide Hotline: 988 will connect people to trained crisis counselors who can provide de-escalation and mental health intervention services by phone, text, and chat
  • The Trevor Project: Working with LGBTQ young people to help them navigate tough times and to prevent suicide
  • CVTC: The Crime Victims Treatment Center is a non-for-profit organization committed to helping people deal with violent crimes
  • Headway: Find therapy covered by your insurance
  • Psychology Today: Filter to search for local mental health professionals
  • Mindful Care: Mental health care covered by insurance
  • Park Avenue Psychotherapy: Private group psychotherapy practice in Manhattan
  • The Trans Lifeline: Call 877.565.8860
  • SAMHSA National Helpline for Mental and Substance Abuse: Call 800.662.4357
  • Alcoholics Anonymous: To locate a meeting online
  • Al-Anon Family Groups: If you have a loved one with substance abuse issue
  • SAFE CENTER of Long Island 24/7 Hotline: Call 516.542.0404 for services related to domestic/dating abuse and/or rape/sexual assault
  • Long Island Crisis Center 24/7 Hotline: Call 516.679.1111 Crisis Intervention
  • Veterans Crisis Line: TEXT 838255
  • Pride for Youth of Nassau Country: Calling 516.679.9000 encompasses multiple programs and services addressing many of the needs of Long Island's LGBTQ community and their families
  • New York Tech's Bear Bytes Program: Supports students by providing food and other wellness resources