Helpful Resources


24 hours a day, 7 days a week…around the clock support, program this hotline in your phone! You never know who will need it, or if YOU will need it.


Visit the website for Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) above and check out the resources listed under the Live and Thrive dropdown menu. You can access to free webinars, podcasts, videos, and blogs that will help you to calm your anxious mind!


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Are you an employer? Click the above link to learn more about making your organization a “mental health friendly” environment!



Do you know of a school that has recently experienced a suicide and you want to help the students to be educated on the warning signs? Here’s a free tool kit offered by Project Semicolon that will help the students to understand and how to cope with the situation.



Click the American Psychological Association link above to access their Psychology Help Center! You will find information on how to improve your mental health and finding a psychologist in your area.


SAMHSA is an excellent resource if you enjoy taking advantage of free publications. They will ship you flyers, brochures and give you access to the .pdf so that you can educate others on substance abuse and the importance of mental health.


Visit the link above to find a psychiatrist in your area. The American Psychiatric Association also has educational material for families who want to gain knowledge on common mental disorders.


NAMI is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing education and support people with mental illnesses and their families. They also provide information on how you can get involved and make a difference in your community.


twitter-social is a web resource that is dedicated to educating individuals on how they can seek treatment and the negative effects of  addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues. They are well-researched and fact-based. Click the picture above to visit their site. For Georgia-specific resources, click here.