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Don’t know where to start in the Mental Health Treatment world? 




The mental health services world is vast, big and unnecessarily complicated. I’m giving the most basic information here in the hopes that it can make your next step a little easier, but please know there is much more information out there! 

Crisis Line

Resources & Referrals

1-800-273-8255

Text: 839863

24/7, 365 a year

Dial 211 on your phone

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Treatment Locator

Click here

Typically, you’ll see a division in mental health services through Private and Community Mental Health (CMH) facilities. CMHs are required by each state to provide mental health treatment, and typically take a variety of insurances. Case management & linking to community resources are typical pieces of treatment. Services are low-cost or free.. Private practices typically are smaller, with less employees but also smaller caseloads. This means the providers there may be more specific in their treatment. 

 I LOVE this website! Whenever I need to help someone find a private insurance therapist, this is typically where I start. Simply type in your city or zip, and you will be directed to mental health professionals. You can sort your results by insurance, issues, sexuality, gender, age, language, faith, types of therapy and even online therapy!

Private Mental Health Treatment:




You’ve probably seen their commercials; this is such a great option, especially if you feel like you don’t have time for therapy. You go to their website, get an assessment, pick your plan & get your therapist.

Disclaimer: If you sign up through clicking on the picture, i do get an affiliate fee. However, i had this company listed prior to becoming an affiliate because i believe in this company!


Community Mental Health Providers:




While help should only be 1 click away, sometimes you can spend hours just looking for the right phone number. We’ve done that work for you! Simply click on your state and you will be sent to your local Community Mental Health Department. From there, you should be able to easily access your county & follow the steps provided there.

Alaska

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware 

Florida

Georgia

Michigan

Massachusetts

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

Idaho

Hawaii

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

New York

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Tennessee

South Dakota

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Ordinary Self-Care

need not apply!

These are our offense:
Internal work to 
ward off stress & 
Burn-out, before 
it happens.

Self-Care Strategies

These are our Defense;
Activities that help us 
feel less depleted when 
we are stressed & 
burned out.

Self-Care Activities

Worksheets

Title

Taking Care of Yourself 
& Others at the Same Time

Resources 

Self Care Activities

Mental Health

Blog Resources

Heads Up! 

by continuing forward, you are doing so with the understanding that while we use links to other websites to provide awesome information, we are not responsible for the information or privacy settings they may have. 

Don’t know where to start in the Mental Health Treatment world? 




The mental health services world is vast, big and unnecessarily complicated. I’m giving the most basic information here in the hopes that it can make your next step a little easier, but please know there is much more information out there! 

Crisis Line

Resources & Referrals

1-800-273-8255

Text: 839863

24/7, 365 a year

Dial 211 on your phone

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Treatment Locator

Click here

Typically, you’ll see a division in mental health services through Private and Community Mental Health (CMH) facilities. CMHs are required by each state to provide mental health treatment, and typically take a variety of insurances. Case management & linking to community resources are typical pieces of treatment. Services are low-cost or free.. Private practices typically are smaller, with less employees but also smaller caseloads. This means the providers there may be more specific in their treatment. 

 I LOVE this website! Whenever I need to help someone find a private insurance therapist, this is typically where I start. Simply type in your city or zip, and you will be directed to mental health professionals. You can sort your results by insurance, issues, sexuality, gender, age, language, faith, types of therapy and even online therapy!

Private Mental Health Treatment:




You’ve probably seen their commercials; this is such a great option, especially if you feel
like you don’t have time for therapy. You go to their website, get an assessment, pick your plan & get your therapist.


Community Mental Health Providers:




While help should only be 1 click away, sometimes you can spend hours just looking for the right phone number. We’ve done that work for you! Simply click on your state and you will be sent to your local Community Mental Health Department. From there, you should be able to easily access your county & follow the steps provided there.

Tenn.

Utah

vermont

virginia

wash

w. v.

Wisc.

Wyom.

S. dakota

Texas

S. Car.

R. Island

Penns.

oregon

Okl.

ohio

N. Dakota

N. Car.

N. Mexico

N. York

N. Jersey

New Ham

Nevada

Nebraska

Montana

Missouri

Mississippi

Minn.

Michigan

Mass.

M.d.

Maine

La

Kentucky

Kansas

iowa

Indiana

illinois

Idaho

Hawaii

georgia

florida

Delaware

Conn.

Co.

Cali.

Arkansas

arizona

Alaska

Alabama

Ordinary Self-Care

need not apply!

These are our offense:
Internal work to
ward off stress & Burn-out, before 
it happens.

Self-Care Strategies

These are our Defense;
Activities that help us 
feel less depleted when 
we are stressed & 
burned out.

Self-Care Activities

Worksheets

Taking Care of Others & Yourself at the Same Time!