Get information about your mental health.
Browse through some of the most reputable and trusted mental health websites on the Internet for the mental health information you need.
If you require specific advice or need a mental health diagnosis, consider scheduling a visit with a counselor, therapist, psychiarist, primary care doctor, or another type of mental health professional.
*If you require emergency mental health care, please dial 911.*
Click here for the SAMHSA National Helpline or dial 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
Click here for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline where you can CHAT with someone or call 1-800-273-8255.
Mental Health Resources List from the CDC
This helpful guide from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides you with info about mental health resources such as services, disaster distress, suicide prevention, and who to contact if you need assistance.
Witchy Mental Health Tips for the Workplace
Our work environment can have a profound impact on how we feel, both during the day and at home. It can also impact our energy field, our self esteem, or contribute to depression or anxiety. The following witchy tips for the workplace will help you find and keep the right work environment, so you can thrive personally and professionally.
Getting Help in a Mental Health Crisis
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) provides you with ways to get immediate help in a crisis, including veterans’ help and disaster distress assistance. You can also learn where to get a mental health provider or treatment if you need it.
Re-casting Mental Health for the Witch
We do not endorse one way of treating or caring for your mental wellness needs. Instead, we want you to be aware of as many therapies and treatment options for your symptoms as possible. We also want you to know about the different outlooks and opinions within the witchy wellness world, so you can make the best choices for yourself. Learn more in this guide to redefining mental illness for the witch.
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