Crisis Help Lines
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline - Call or text 988; chat 988lifeline.org
Crisis Text Line – Text HOME to 741741
Hope4NC Helpline, call or text – (1-855-587-3463)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 800-273-TALK (8255)
SAMHSA: Helpline– 800-662-HELP (4357) –FindTreatment.gov
Substance Abuse Helpline – 800-662-HELP
Veterans Crisis Line – Call 988, press 1; Text 838255
Homeless Veterans – 877-4AID-VET (877-424-3838)
A Talking to Children about War fact sheet is available from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). We can help reduce the exposure children and youth have to this stressful situation, images and information, and we can also help them process the disturbing information they are hearing and seeing.
What to do in an emergency/mental health crisis?
Guidance Sheet from NAMI
For Chatham/Orange/Durham/Chapel Hill
Community Resource List from MHFA
RESOURCE LIST from the Orange County Partnership to End Homelessness. Includes weather respite locales, phone charging, services referrals, mental and physical health resources. Phone: (919-886-3351)919-886-3351
Josh's Hope Foundation serves young adults who live with a mental health condition or substance disorder.
Founded as a living memorial to Josh Bailey, it provides vocational training for young adults with mental health challenges while offering emotional support and educational workshops for parents and caregivers. Job skills training and hands-on experience are offered in woodworking, welding, plasma cutting, lawn maintenance and agricultural skills such as beekeeping and poultry care.
Shop for Hope has opened a storefront at Little Shops of Mebane, 301 N 3rd St, Mebane, NC 27302, ph# 336-745-5399.
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The Community Empowerment Fund offers savings opportunities, financial education, and assertive support to individuals who are seeking employment, housing, and financial freedom. The opportunities for employment and greater housing that CEF advances motivate participants to build personal assets, gain higher income, engage in a healthy community, and sustain transitions out of poverty.
Since 1980, the Duke Dementia Family Support Program has focused their efforts on supporting those living with dementia and their familial care partners. Offering no-cost education, engagement opportunities, support, and personalized consultations regardless of any affiliation with Duke Health. If you are caring for someone living with changes in memory and thinking, feel free to visit our website, call or email with questions; 919-660-7510; DDFSP@duke.edu. Caregiving is hard, and something you shouldn’t have to do alone!
Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding: Across our land we pray a prayer of hope and healing... Read More
Founded in 1987 to address the needs of Orange County citizens living with mental illness, Club Nova provides a holistic, caring environment designed to promote rehabilitation and reintegration into the community. Club Nova follows the successful Clubhouse Model pioneered by Fountain House in New York City. Club Nova focuses on members' strengths and potential rather than their illness.
Suicide Prevention: Triangle SOS
Nearly 37,000 suicides occur in the US each year. That’s 101 suicides a day, one suicide every 14 minutes. Triangle SOS supports families who have suffered the loss of a loved one by suicide. We offer comfort, sympathy and encouragement through support group meetings, outreach, presentations and more.
NAMI (The National Alliance on Mental Illness) supports persons with mental illness, their families and their friends, provides education about severe brain disorders, fights stigma, and advocates for a continuum of high quality mental health care services. NAMI supports increased funding for research, adequate health care, housing, rehabilitation and jobs for people with serious psychiatric illnesses.
A Free Education Program For Family & Friends of Those With Mental Illness
The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a free 12-session course taught by other family members who have received intensive training for its presentation. Instruction and course materials are provided free to class participants. Please call 919-929-7822.
Program sponsored by NAMI-NC, NAMI Orange County and NAMI Durham
NoStigmas empowers a global mental health community through education, support & action. Created for peers, by peers- It’s mental health our way!
At Sunshine Behavioral Health our goal is to help as many people as possible in their struggles with substance abuse. We aim to show people that not only is sobriety possible, but repairing the damages of addiction can also be obtained.
Mission: Our mission is to provide the highest quality substance abuse treatment services and deliver them with passion, integrity, and company spirit. We will inspire hope... read more
Vision: We believe that we can accomplish our mission through our philosophy that addiction and co-occurring disorders are treatable diseases. Through our programs, individuals receive the tools to overcome their alcohol/drug dependencies and learn to manage co-occurring disorders. To assist our clients in achieving these goals... read more