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Feel free to explore the complementary resources and interesting reads listed below.

Stone Tower

"Asking for help isn't weak, it's a great example of how to take care of yourself."

-Charlie Brown

Mental Health and Crisis Resources

988 (call or text) Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 

(formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)

"Anyone experiencing suicidal, substance use and other mental health crises will be able to reach a trained crisis counselor by calling or texting 9-8-8 and chat is available at The 988 Lifeline serves as a universal entry point to this free, confidential service, which is available 24/7. No matter where a person lives in the USA or its territories, a trained crisis counselor will respond."


San Diego Access & Crisis Line

7 days a week/24 hrs a day

American Psychological Association--Psychology Help Center

"Psychology Help Center is an online consumer resource featuring information related to psychological issues affecting your daily physical and emotional well-being. Refer to our fact sheet series to learn how psychologists can help."  


National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

"The National Alliance on Mental Illness in San Diego (NAMI San Diego) is the community’s voice on mental illness. We are a part of grass-roots, nonprofit, national NAMI organization, and also an affiliate of NAMI California. NAMI San Diego was founded in 1978 by family members of people with mental illness." 

  • HELPLINE: 1-800-523-5933

It's UP 2 US San Diego--Crisis Line

"The It’s Up to Us campaign is designed to empower San Diegans to talk openly about mental illness, recognize symptoms, utilize local resources and seek help. By raising awareness and providing access to local resources, we aim to inspire wellness, reduce stigma and prevent suicide. Recovery is possible and help is available. It’s Up to Us to make a difference in the lives of San Diegans experiencing mental health challenges by offering support and providing opportunities. This campaign is developed through the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, and supports the County’s Live Well San Diego vision to promote a community that is healthy, safe and thriving."


Mindfulness Resources


UCSD Center for Mindfulness

Mindfulness education: Courses and Professional Training Institute.  Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindful Self-Compassion, Mindful Eating, mPEAK, and more. 

Visit Guided Meditation/Yoga Recordings for more mindfulness information.

Military and Veteran Resources

Veterans Crisis Line/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

We’re here anytime, day or night – 24/7. If you are a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of them are Veterans themselves.

Get more resources at

BeThere Peer Support Program

This assistance line is a dedicated Department of Defense (DOD) peer support call and outreach center available to all Service members across the Departments (incl. National Guard & Reserves) and their families.  This program is staffed by peer coaches (Veteran Service members and spouses of prior Service members.  24/7 through chat, email, phone and text.

  • Call 1-844-357-PEER (7337)

  • Text 1-480-360-6188


TriCare--Health & Wellness

Learn how TRICARE can help you live a healthier life.

PTSD Resources for Veterans

Child and Adolescent Resources

Peer 2 Peer Youth Talkline

Two non-crisis peer support lines providing countywide telephone referral to community resources and support services to 1) children, youth and young adults, including transitional age youth and 2) for caregivers/family members of at-risk or stressed children and youth struggling with mental health, substance abuse or other concerns. Free, anonymous, stigma free and confidential. English or Spanish speaking.

  • Monday - Friday 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (all after hours calls are returned the next day)

1) Youth Talkline

For children, teens and young adults with mental health, substance abuse or other concerns. 

  • 1-877-450-LINE (5463)

2) Family Supportline

For caregivers and family members of at-risk youth seeking support and referrals.

  • 1-877-470-LINE (5463)

Having trouble finding resources in your area? Chat with me today for additional support services and/or reference materials/articles.

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