If you are familiar with my work, you know how I like to incorporate mental health into the concepts. It is important to do what you can to recognize your mental health and to do what you can to help.
I found that it is a lot harder to get professional help for mental health, especially when you do not have the money to support any form of counseling or therapy or even medication. Along with that, there may be extensive wait times or simply waiting to be of age.
I wanted to create a collection of resources, both for myself and for others to use when they need something to help them in the moment. Whether it is something to help you while you are waiting for the next available person to talk to on the hotline or some things to do until you are able to see a therapist or doctor.
I will say that none of these are for sure solutions. In the end, it is best to get professional help if you can, especially if the situation is serious. Additionally, nothing mentioned on this site is sponsored or paid for. These are all things I have used myself or that have been recommended to me. I will also do my best to be upfront about any of the negative aspects of anything I recommend.
Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional. If you are in extreme crisis please call your local emergency services or your local suicide hotline. This site is a collection of research and resources to help you.