National Resources & Links

Washtenaw Alive Resource List.                                                         

National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide

Michigan Mental Health Network  (List of private therapists) 

The Veterans Administration Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 for help.

Women's Center of Southeast Michigan

Looking for help with depression or other mental illness? This list compiled by the Women’s Center of Southeast Michigan includes service providers on a sliding scale.


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resources

Depression, anxiety, substance abuse, discrimination, homophobia, violence, gender nonconformity, self-esteem issues, societal attitudes, family, religion and school, all are risk factors uniquely molded within the LGBT community.

Michigan Mental Health Network 
(List of private therapists) 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Phone: 212-363-3500(local contact) email: Phone: 810-229-4266

Their primary focus is improving helper competencies to intervene with persons at risk of suicide...we are the suicide-intervention company

Michigan Suicide Prevention Resource Directory

Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Promoting a public health approach to suicide prevention 

AAS: American Association of Suicidology

AAS is a leader in the advancement of scientific and programmatic efforts in suicide prevention through research, education and training, the development of standards and resources, and survivor support services

Suicide Prevention Resources from the CDC  

Depression Support Groups and Workshops

Family Education workshops offer patients and their families a chance to learn about depression and bipolar disorder, to gather information about risk factors, treatments, family impact, and healthy ways of communicating with one another.

Support groups for adults and adolescents with depression and bipolar illness.
Support groups for family members of people with depression and bipolar illness.

You may be wondering….How does depression and bipolar illness impact families?What are helpful tips for coping with a loved one’s illness?How can families recognize the symptoms of depression and bipolar illness and help to prevent relapse? How can families play a key role in their loved one’s recovery?


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