Resources- Online and by Phone

Mental Health Resources- Online and by Phone

National Institute of Mental Health:
Mental Health America:
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill:

Coastal Wellness Collective- includes southern RI resources:

988- National emergency (phone) line for Mental Health Crisis

NAMI “Warm Line” Crisis Line:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Text Hotline: 741741

RI: Newport County Crisis Line:  Newport Mental Health:  401-846-1213

Suicide- Online Resources

Suicide Prevention Resources Center:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

Stop a Suicide:

Veterans Crisis Line. Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1chat online, or text 838255 to receive confidential crisis support 24/7.


Anxiety Disorders Association of America

DARE app: An evidence-based app to help people overcome anxiety, worry, insomnia, & panic attacks. (find it in your Apple app, or Google Play store).


Depression Bipolar Support Alliance:

Postpartum Support International (PSI):

A Brighter Day- resources for parents and youth who experience depression, including a “Downloadable” Teen Survival Kit, and Parent Resource Kit:

Sanvello app: This app provides you with tools to track your moods, healthy activities, & identify patterns; to develop healthy habits ad coping skills. (find it in your Apple app, or Google Play store).

Specific Concerns

For Eating Disorders:

For ending relationships:

For clients interested in getting a therapy dog:

For parents of children with Sensory Processing Disorders and
Neuro-different children:

Personal accountability, for adults:


Alcoholics Anonymous:
Narcotics Anonymous:


Apps:  (in your App or Google Play Store)

SoberYou- Track your Sober days, healthy habits, and it provides ongoing motivation and network with other sober individuals

SoberToo- Rewards you for your sobriety, daily motivational messages & reminders, type in how you feel & receive suggestions to walk through your feelings

Gamblers Anonymous:

SAMHSA National Mental Health Information Center-Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration:

Overeaters Anonymous

Bipolar Disorder

App: emoods- track your moods and triggers to identify patterns & prevent relapses (in your App or Google Play Store)

Talking to Children about Cancer:

American Cancer Society of RI Cancer Society of RI

Children’s Issues:

Autism Society of America: www.autism-society

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD):

Bipolar Children:

Prevent Child Abuse America:

Children and Teens- Self Esteem

Health Insurance

Medicare- getting an affordable Medicare plan to cover mental health benefits:

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High School and College Students:
Time Management, Procrastination:

This website has great resources for scholarships, apps and other resources for students who have mental health challenges:

High Schools, Colleges/ Universities &  Students- Resources with a focus on mental health    for transitioning from high school to college   also has resources for High Schools and Colleges to support their students


Resources and Tools for those who have Misophonia, including sources for advocacy, online support groups, an extensive bibliography, preprinted cards and letters for schools to explain your diagnosis to others


Center for Parent Information and Resources:


Domestic Violence / Intimate Partner Violence

Women’s Center of RI (in Providence)

Women’s Resource Center (in Newport County)

RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence- shelter and housing:

National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233- English, Spanish +200 languages through an interpreter

Facebook group promoting support, and resources for survivors of DV (Domestic Violence) and IPV (Intimate Partner Violence)- Based out of Chicago-

Sexual Assault Survivors:

Hotline for Sexual Assault Survivors:  1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Free Online Counselors at RAINN:


For Children and Families who have Experienced Trauma:

St. Mary’s Home for Children


For Seniors- to combat loneliness, foster social connections:

Nursing Home Abuse- Prevention, and What to do if it Occurs:


Take the Veteran’s Self Assessment:


How our eyesight affects our mental health:

Helpful Apps- (in your App or Google Play Store)

Habitica– Empower yourself with this gaming Taskmaster! This app turns your daily “to do” list into quests as in-game rewards and limits empower you to achieve your daily goals through a fun quest.

 Mindmeister- Generate, organize and prioritize all of your thoughts into one easy-to-see mind map. For those who prefer visualizing their plans, creative ideas and decision making processes.