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National Suicide & Crisis Hotline call or text 988, free 24/7 confidential support from trained counselors.

Domestic Violence Program, Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES). AZ DES works with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence. This page has many local and national phone numbers to assist Arizona residents.

One-n-ten Has programs that promote self-expression and empowerment for LGBTQ youth and young adults age 11-24.

Veterans Crisis Hotline dial 988 then press 1.

Help for Problem Gambling Online 1800- 639-8783

U Lifeline Online resource for college students 1-800 273-8255

TransLifeline 1877-565-8860

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline 1833-TLC-MAMA (1833-852-6262)

Mental Health Parity Across the States An interactive map that tracks what is happening in every state regarding mental health problems.

211 Arizona (247-9662) call or visit website to find local resources in Maricopa county.

Psychology Today lists of therapists and psychiatric providers in every city in AZ, with information about their services, insurances accepted, fees and expertise.

24 hour Senior Help Line 602-264-HELP (4357) is a helpline for seniors, not only for mental health but other medical/nonmedical resources.

Postpartum Support International AZ Chapter Provides free support groups, peer mentors, postpartum classes for birthing people and their partners.

Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) meetings in Maricopa County type this on google for info.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in Maricopa County type this on google for info.

Nicotine Anonymous meetings in Maricopa County type this on google for info.

Peer Support Groups (free) offered by the Mental Health Guild.

Teen Lifeline 602-248-8336 (TEEN) or statewide in AZ 800-248-8336. For teens or anyone to call. Young adults/teens volunteers answer phone/text messages and are supervised by a master’s level clinician.

Children & Mental Health/National Institute of Mental Health Provides information about all mental illnesses and when to seek help, treatment options

National Institute of Mental Health offers expert reviewed information on mental disorders and a range of related topics. It also offers information on current clinical research and trials

Arizona Autism Coalition shares resources and provides advocacy for those with autism and their families statewide

Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) Provides advanced research and provides lifetime support for those with autism and their families

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) Provides evidenced based information and provides support for those with autism and their families and for providers that serve the autistic community.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Arizona provides information and resources for those with mental illness or call 480-994-4407.

Dr. Edward Hallowell is one of the leading psychiatrists on ADHD in children and adults. He was a leading psychiatric investigator in ADHD in the 1980s. He has written many books and is a featured speaker on ADHD at many venues. His latest book ADHD 2.0 (written with Dr. John Ratey) is a great resource for the latest research and information on ADHD. His website has much more information and resources.

ADDtitude Magazine is available in print and online for free. It has evidence based information and many articles from reputable writers such as Dr. E. Hallowell, Dr. John Ratey and Dr. Russell Barkley.

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