Regardless of your current situation, there are resources which can help you. Here we offer a few of our best.
When your search for hope leaves you stranded, and the thought of tomorrow holds no joy, you need more than rhetoric. You need to know you have the power to develop a mindset of hope even while it seems there is none.
This list of resources and articles helps you to more effectively support people you care about who struggle with depression, suicidal thinking, and more.
Caring, trained professionals and volunteers are standing by ready to assist you regardless your current situation. Each person’s needs are different, so don’t be afraid to try one or more hotline numbers to find what is right for you.
This collection of posts and articles can help you cope with strong, uncomfortable emotions. Connect with this information and expand your understanding.
Insight offered on this website is not intended to substitute for professional mental health care. As always, if you are in emotional distress or thinking about suicide, call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK. If you are suicidal now with a plan, call 911 or go the nearest Emergency Room. Do not wait.
Abuse has many faces. It can surface as physical, sexual, emotional, spiritual and more. You are not alone in what you are facing, and there are routes to newfound health and freedom. Explore resources that can provide insight and care.
Addiction is a mind that won’t stop, coupled with a substance or behavior that proves more destructive than helpful. What seems hopeless today can have a positive end. There is hope, and these articles, hotlines, and professional organizations are a start.
“I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.” –Romans 15:13