Share your story of recovery, tragedy, struggle, or hope through creative expression in a safe, moderated online community.
An emotional health service and therapy provider. Chat confidentially with peers who understand what you are going through.
Ask a question anonymously and find answers and guides specifically for young men.
Ask a question anonymously, get answers and find information from professionals
Questions and answers from a team of health promotion specialists about a variety of concerns surrounding emotional health.
"Your Feelings" offers information on recognizing a mental health problem, getting help, and talking to parents.
Find emotional health resources and tools to help the transition to college.
Reach Out: Learn about how to help others, find tools and apps and join the discussion with other teens.
Listen to a podcast series focused on the unique challenges facing young adults living with a mood disorder; online support groups also available.
Answers from doctors and recommendations for dealing with feelings, emotions and relationships.
Resources on how to deal with parents with mental disorders, and videos on experiencing stigma.
See videos of people with lived experience of mental health conditions.
Learn about how mindfulness can help reduce stress; includes apps to practice meditation and guided mediation recordings.
Text messaging system provides a way to record your feelings and tracks your daily moods to share with friends, family, or a health professional.
Learn how to talk to a friend about their mental health.
Letters to Strangers write anonymous, heartfelt letters that aim to share and offer support for those who are fighting through difficult times.
Feeling down? Feeling hurt?
We Matter is a place Indigenous youth can turn to for an uplift, for positive support, or for a reminder that you matter.
No matter what the reasons, when you feel like giving up, DON’T. You are not alone. We are here to listen and help.
Please call 602-248-8336 (TEEN) or 800-248-8336 (TEEN) as soon as possible.
Text, Talk, Act is a free, 50-minute interactive activity that guides students in a discussion using a series of pre-programmed text messages (try it now! Text START to 89800). LEARN MORE
Help & Hope for YOUth is an initiative of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona (NAMI SA), a 501(C)3 non-profit organization (EIN 86-0450977).
NAMI Southern Arizona
6122 E. 22nd St.
Tucson, AZ 85711
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