For any additional information, please contact LMTI directly.
(201) 552-2264 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Suicide Prevention Hotline
National Teen Dating Violence Hotline
Text “loveis” 22522
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Text “HELLO” to 741741
NJ Addictions Hotline
1 (844) 276-2777
1 (800) NJ-STOPS [1-800-657-8677]
Suicide Prevention Hotline
1 (800) 273-8255
Gambling Addiction Hotline
1 (800) GAMBLER [1-800-426-2537]
Veterans Counseling Hotline
1 (866) VETS-NJ4 [1-800-838-7654]
Mental Health Cares
1 (866) 202-HELP [1-866-202-4357]
AA’s website gives information regarding alcoholism, the history of AA, how to get help, and where to look for meetings.
The NA website provides information and resources regarding addictions and also allows individuals to locate local meetings.
For over 50 years, Al-Anon (which includes Alateen for younger members) has been offering hope
and help to families and friends of alcoholics. Head over to this website to learn how to get connected
with an Al-Anon or Alateen chapter in your community.
NAMI is dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. They provide resources, support, and referrals for anyone in need.
Bullying can happen anywhere: face-to-face, by text messages or on the web. It is not limited by age, gender, or education level. It is not a phase and it is not a joke. Bullying can cause lasting harm. Check out this website to learn warning signs and how to get help for you or for a friend who is being
NOVA’s mission is to champion dignity and compassion for those harmed by crime and crisis.
As part of a collaboration between the University of Guelph and McGill University, SIOS is a nonprofit outreach initiative providing information and resources about self-injury to those who selfinjure, those who have recovered, and those who want to help.
This website is devoted to prevention self-injury and to providing support and help for those in need.
The American Psychological Association provides a resource about resilience, where it comes from,
and how to develop it in order to overcome life’s struggles. This is a good resource for those
experiencing struggles and who could benefit from resilience.
NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.
This site offers resources to help those who struggle with negative body image or an eating disorder.
The Counseling and Mental Health Center at the University of Texas provides an online resource
about self-esteem including an explanation, discussion of where self-esteem comes from, and
strategies for increasing or maintaining a healthy self-esteem
Organization for parents and caregivers to help loved ones recover from eating disorders by providing information and mutual support, promoting evidence-based treatment, and advocating for research and education to reduce the suffering associated with eating disorders.
The National Help Center provides vital peer-support, community connections and resource
information to people with questions regarding sexual orientation and/or gender identity. They also maintain a database of local resources around the country.
The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network strives to assure that each member of every
school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender
A 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ+ youth.
Darkness to Light provides crisis intervention and referral services to children or people affected
by sexual abuse of children.
Provides information to victims and parents/ relatives/friends of child sexual abuse. The site also has resources for offender treatment as well as information on recognizing the signs of child sexual abuse.
Online, loveisrespect strives to be a safe, inclusive space for young people to access information and
get help in an environment that is designed specifically for them. The website provides
comprehensive education on healthy, unhealthy and abusive dating relationships and behaviors.
Families for Depression Awareness (FFDA) is a comprehensive resource for families coping with
depressive issues. A nationwide nonprofit organization that strives to inform the general public about the signs and symptoms of depression, FFDA also offers much-needed support to depressed individuals and their families.
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) strives to empower individuals struggling with depression and bipolar, and offers a wealth of resources, including downloadable educational
materials and self-help tools.
CHADS offers school outreach programs, community awareness presentations and classes as well as family support programs to advance the awareness and prevention of depression and suicide.
Good Grief’s mission is to provide unlimited and free support to children, teens, young adults, and
families after a significant loss in their life through peer support programs, education, and advocacy.
This website provides support through videos, informational articles, and helps you find support in
7 Cups of Tea is a website where you can talk to trained listeners for free, participate in online
therapy (which requires paying a fee), or join discussion groups with individuals who are living with mental health conditions.
211 is a referral service that has community offices located across the country. In addition to mental
health resources, they offer an expansive database of organizations to help with anything from
financial assistance to information on housing. Use their website or call 2-1-1 to locate the office near
2nd Floor is a confidential and anonymous helpline for New Jersey’s youth and young adults. Their
goal is to help you find solutions to the problems that you may be facing at home, at school, or
elsewhere. You can call or text 888-222-2228 at any time to talk about an issue or problem that you