Learn from Black therapists on how they process racism and what self-care methods are helping them right now
Check out these prompts for personal journaling or discussion with friends or family.
mental health treatment, psycho-education, and community resources for men of color
Brown Girl Therapy offers a therapist directory and mental health coping mechanisms for children of immigrants
Text HEALTH to 741741 or click this link from your mobile phone for free, 24/7 crisis counseling.
Dealing with stress and anxiety is the #1 issue we hear about from young people. So we’ve partnered with Headspace to bring you hundreds of meditations and mindfulness exercises to support you—for free!
Grounding techniques help control anxiety by turning attention away from thoughts, memories, or worries, and refocusing on the present moment.
Wellness Resources for Queer and Trans young people.
A little bit of stress can be beneficial, but when stress overwhelms you, it can have serious health implications including anxiety, depression and cardiovascular disease. Fortunately, Headspace is scientifically proven to reduce stress.
A podcast about bringing asian culture and mental health to the table
Scout is a digital program that supports everyday resilience and mental health for teens, young adults, and their caregivers with an interactive evidence-based toolkit of information, activities, and resources. Scout increases mental health literacy, reduces stigma, and regularly screens users for anxiety and depression with timely direct to seek clinical care whenever scores become moderate to severe. Enter code for a free sign up: scoutselfsea
A weekly podcast chat about all things mental health, personal development for black girls and women.
Trans Lifeline is a hotline offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.
Help for LGBTQ++ individuals thinking about suicide or in need of immediate support
For people who hold multiple marginalized identities, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to explore the layers of intersectional conversations. Here are some approaches to consider before, during, and after a difficult conversation to make sure the dialogue — and your mental health — stays safe.
A resource library for young men looking for more information on emotional health
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