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Calm Sage

A growing community changing the way we think about mental health. Calm your mind and heal your life through motivational podcasts, webinars, open discussions, and personal chats.

The Mighty

A digital health community created to empower and connect people facing health challenges and disabilities. With over 2 million registered users, finding a community is all but guaranteed.

Find a Therapist


A large directory of therapists, counselors, rehab and residential treatment centers, and mental health resources. Plus, articles on mental health, behavioral, and relationship issues.

The world’s largest portal to psychotherapy; it includes free access to hundreds of thousands of professionals. Begin your healing journey by finding a therapist that’s a great fit today.

Educate Yourself About Your Mental Health

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

An organization that provides hope, help, support, and education to improve the lives of people who have mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder.

A consumer mental health site providing authoritative information and support to people with mental health concerns, along with their family members and other loved ones.

U.S. government mental health information. Access educational resources for the general public, health professionals, policymakers, government, schools, and local communities.

Psych Central

Psychology blog that covers topics of depression, anxiety, and other wellness topics. Provides readers with information, research, and science to make meaningful changes in their lives.

Stay Up to Date on Mental Health Research

Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF)

An organization that funds cutting-edge, scientific research into the origins, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of depression and its related mood and other emotional disorders.

Mental Health America

An organization dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders, and advocating, educating, and serving all Americans on mental and substance use conditions.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization, dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Access the latest mental health information.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

The lead federal agency for research on mental disorders. Uncover research on topics from anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, and more.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

An organization that seeks to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities. Read the blog for up-to-date information on the cause.

Learn How To Keep a Personal Log

The mental health benefits of journaling are plentiful, but you’ll need to try it for yourself to see if it works for you. Read this on why you should journal. Check out the below websites that focus on journaling and then consider starting your own to track your life and your journey.

Bullet Journal

Learn the Bullet Journal Method. It’s the mindfulness method disguised as a productivity tool. Simplify your stressful to-do list with your own journal for everything going on in your head.

Cloth Paper Scissors

Learn how to make a travel journal and other art journaling tips to turn your regular journal into a piece of art. You’ll learn how to pick the right supplies and how to uncover your creativity.

Journal Buddies

Explore journaling ideas, creative writing prompts, and fun topics (with teachers, homeschoolers, young writers, parents, kids, students, and writers of all ages).

Journal Therapy

Discover a library of resources, including articles, writing prompts, links, downloadable reports, and tips for starting your own journal. Explore life-based writing for healing, growth, and change.

Your Visual Journal

Find joy, creativity, and freedom in a world of demands through visual journaling. This system helps you journal with simple drawings and colors to make information stickier to your brain.

For immediate assistance, call the National Suicide Hotline: 800-273-8255.

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