Millions silently struggle with their mental wellness every day
You don’t have to be alone in this. The first step to recovery can be small, but it will no doubt change your life. In addition to Project Helping, there are many resources that can lead you to that first step, or help you on your next step. No matter your background, or how far you are into your journey to better your mental health, these resources can be of help.
These are the resources we have found to be the most helpful. They do not represent a complete list of all available resources.
- Elephant Journal: Running From Myself by Justin Kruger (Project Helping Founder)
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Mental Health Resources
An individualized treatment program for adolescents and young adults.
A community of professionals for whole person wellness.
Denver Therapy & Assessment provides clinical psychological services, including individual therapy and testing.
Thrive Counseling in Denver provides individual adult and teen counseling.
Good Therapy is a tool to help find a therapist in your area that will fit your specific needs.
NAMI offers support groups all around the country for those living with depression.
Mental Health America provides resources to those struggling with depression regardless of financial means.
The NNDC is comprised of 21 of the nations top depression treatment centers.
The DBSA provided resources to help better understand depression and bipolar.
Man Therapy offers mental health resources specifically designed for men.
Depression Recover Groups provide online depression group sessions.
Visit No Shame on U for online resources and articles about depression.
PsychCentral is a source of mental health information, emotional support and advocacy.
safe2tell allows you to report anything anonymously.
Connecting Veterans, their friends, and family members with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.
The national suicide prevention lifeline is available at any time, 24/7 if you need to talk to someone immediately.
Dr. Keenan’s guide to dealing with depression before/during/after addiction rehab.
Healthy Women Leaders helps women create their own definition of ‘healthy’.