resource directory

we think our card series are awesome conversation starters / relationship builders, but they're definitely not going to solve complicated health and mental health issues. fortunately, there are tons of amazing organizations that specialize in whatever it is that you or your loved one are going through.

check out our growing resource directory below, and our guide — How to Approach Tough Subjects and Get Effective Help for a Loved One — for some tips as you get started.


      1. National Suicide Prevention Hot Line: 1-800-273-8255

      2. Psychology Today's Find a Therapist
        Search for therapists, treatment centers, or support groups based on criteria like: insurance type, geography, mental health issue, sexuality, gender, age, language, faith, and therapy type.

      3. Crisis Support Services of Alameda County (SF Bay Area)
        Get help for yourself or get help for a loved one who is experiencing suicidal thoughts.

        Adult Crisis Referrals from the Crisis Support Community:

        Berkeley Mental Health
        Cherry Hill Detoxification and Sobering Center
        Crisis Response Program
        Jay Mahler Recovery Center
        John George Psychiatric Pavilion
        Sausal Creek Stabilization Clinic

        Adolescent & Children Crisis Referrals from the Crisis Support Community :
        Willow Rock Center (12-17 yo)
        Children’s Hospital (0-11 yo)

      4. Kara
        Grief support for children, teens, families & adults. Guided by empathy and compassion, Kara offers comprehensive grief support, crisis intervention and education to individuals and communities facing the difficult realities of grief and loss (free and sliding scale services available). 

      5. Talkspace
        Affordable access to 1500+ licensed therapists starting at $39/week. Talk whenever and wherever you are (web or mobile), without scheduling. Counselors available that specialize in: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, PTSD, OCD, addiction, bipolar disorder, career stress.

      6. BetterHelp
        BetterHelp may be right for you if you're looking to improve the quality of your life — whenever there is anything that interferes with your happiness or prevents you from achieving your goals. They have counselors who are specialized in: stress, anxiety, relationships, parenting, depression, addictions, eating, sleeping, trauma, anger, family conflicts, LGBT matters, grief, religion, self esteem and more.


      1. To Write Love On Her Arms
        A movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with addiction, self-injury, depression and suicide. TWLOHA's addiction referrals include:

        Alcoholics Anonymous
        Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. Their primary purpose is to help people stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

        Al-Anon Family Groups
        The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problems. They believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. There are no dues. Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics.

        Narcotics Anonymous
        Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 43,900 weekly meetings in over 127 countries worldwide.

        Nar-Anon members are relatives and friends who are concerned about the addiction or drug problems of another. The Nar-Anon Family Group is for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation due to the addiction problem of someone close to them. Nar-Anon members share their experiences, strength and hope at weekly meetings.

        In The Rooms
        In The Rooms is an online global recovery community for people seeking help, in recovery or are friends and family of people in recovery. In The Rooms offers a free database on their website of anonymous 12-step meetings available all over the world, as well as forums with message boards where members can connect with one another in recovery.

        Cumberland Heights
        Cumberland Heights is a nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment center located west of Nashville on the Cumberland River, offering both in-patient and out-patient services for individuals as well as programs for family members.

        Cornerstone of Southern California
        Cornerstone of Southern California provides a range of individualized care programs, including detoxification, primary rehabilitation, extended care, outpatient and residential treatment, alternative sentencing, recovery homes, and sober living. Free after care/continuing care is available for all Cornerstone Alumni and their families who have successfully completed the program.

        See To Write Love On Her Arms their full directory of mental health resources here.


      1. Cancer Support Community
        Find support groups, educational sessions, health and wellness programs in your area. Programs are free of charge to anyone affected by cancer, including patients, caregivers, loved ones, and children. If you do not find a location near you, contact the Cancer Support Community's TOLL-FREE Helpline at 1-888-793-9355. Learn more here.

      2. Sandra J. Wing Healing Therapies Foundation
        Provides healing therapies, personalized navigation, and education at no-cost to cancer patients. Some therapies include acupuncture, acupressure, deep breathing meditation, therapeutic massage, mindfulness therapies, guided/visual imagery, and more.

      3. Lacuna Loft
        A nonprofit that encourages, empowers, and connects young adult cancer survivors and caregivers around the world, 24/7.  Lacuna Loft provides online age-appropriate wellness support programs and resources, lifestyle encouragement, and peer support community that young adults need to overcome their challenging health and life circumstances through a medium that fits their lifestyle. Learn more here.

      4. Walk with Sally
        Walk with Sally serves kids ages 7-17 who have a parent or sibling currently with cancer, who have passed away from cancer, or who is in remission from cancer. Their mentorship program matches children with an adult who has had a similar experience to offer guidance and support.

    This directory and our community giveback campaign will grow as we grow. Keep checking back for new additions!

    Want to have your organization added to Thoughtful Human's Resource Directory? Contact us at hello@thoughtfulhuman.co.


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