Get Depression Help
For in depth depression help, World Wide Suicide recommends the following websites and resources.
National Institute of Mental Health
Click the link below for their in depth article on depression help.
On the same page, download their detailed booklet that describes Depression symptoms, causes, and treatments, with information on getting help and coping.
You will find help with many related areas dealing with depression on this web site – and much more.
SAMHSA – Mental Health Treatment Services:
Search more than 8,000 mental health treatment facilities or programs around the country.
In addition to the search categories above, look for facilities providing targeted programs or groups for persons with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); traumatic brain injury (TBI); Alzheimer’s or other dementia; adults with serious mental illness (SMI); young adults (ages 18-25); or veterans. Find facilities providing crisis intervention or psychiatric emergency walk-in services.
Helpguide.org was launched in 1999, following the suicide of Robert and Jeanne Segal’s daughter, Morgan. We believe that Morgan’s tragedy could have been avoided if she had access to well-written professional information that gave her a sense of hope and direction. In the past 12 years this website has grown from a small local project to an internationally recognized resource now serving 1 million visitors weekly.
FREE – Get HELPGUIDE’S Stress-Busting, Mood-Boosting Mindfulness TOOLKIT
Could you benefit from this toolkit?
Some of us instantly know when we have an emotional problem, while others only suspect that something in our lives isn’t quite working as it should.
- Do you feel overwhelmed by responsibilities and stressed out much of the time?
- Do you feel misunderstood in your relationships? Do you have a hard time connecting with others?
- Do you struggle with chronic depression, anxiety, worry, or negativity?
- Are you having trouble getting ahead in your career, despite your job talents? Have you received complaints about the way you interact with customers or co-workers?
- Do your loved ones complain about your mood swings, temper, irrational fears, or your emotional distance?
- Do you find yourself getting annoyed or upset at little things that don’t seem to bother other people? Do you have a hard time rolling with the punches?
- Do you often say or do things you know you shouldn’t, only to regret it later? Do you feel trapped in a negative cycle, repeating the same mistakes over and over again?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, this toolkit may help you break free and bring your life back into balance.
Go to this link for the full article and Toolkit
World Wide Suicide hopes you find the depression help you need to resolve your personal problems and find happiness once more.