National Suicide Prevention Lifeline– Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
National Sexual Assault Hotline – 24/7 hotline that can assist in support. finding local facilities trained to care for sexual assault survivors including services to include sexual assault forensic exams, local resources, and referrals for long term support in your area.
Trevor Project – The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people, under age 25.
Teen Lifeline – Teen Peer Counselors are available. *Texting service also available at this number 3PM-PM daily and 12PM-3PM Monday-Friday.
(602) 248-8336* or 1 (800) 248-TEEN
Thursday’s Child– National helpline for Endangered Youth open 24/7. Can assist in transferring to specific hotlines for youth/teens coping with alcoholism, anorexia, anxiety, binging, bulimia, bullying, child abuse, exploitation, dating abuse, drug use, internet predators, panic attacks, peer pressure, pregnancy, prostitution, rape, self-injury, STIs, stress, and suicide.
Boys Town – If you are in crisis or need immediate help, call the trained counselors at the Boys Town National Hotline®. They are trained to help with the following: suicidal thoughts, self-harm, parenting issues, physical, sexual or emotional abuse, bullying and peer issues and relationships.
Resilient Arizona Crisis Counseling Program – Federally funded program that helps people and communities recover from the effects of disasters and/or pandemics through short-term interventions that provide emotional support, crisis counseling, and connection to community supports.
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Pima Helpline is a community-driven and community-made resource. We realize that everybody needs support for mental health, substance use, or addiction at some point in their life. We also know that looking for treatment can be confusing and scary.
We believe that it should be easy for Pima County residents to find help for mental health, substance use, and addiction. To achieve this, we created Pima Helpline as a centralized place to find mental health and addiction treatment, services, and support.