World Mental Healthcare Association

Help Center

Help for Mental Illnesses

If you or someone you know has a mental illness, is struggling emotionally, or has concerns about their mental health, there are ways to get help. Use these resources to find help for you, a friend, or a family member.

You are not alone. We’re here to listen.

We are a global charity providing everyone experiencing emotional distress with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

We exist so that no person anywhere globally has to face their darkest moments alone.


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Coronavirus

  • There’s no way around it: the world is scary right now. Even in isolation, we’re still connected. We’ll get through the coronavirus pandemic together.

Anxiety

  • Here’s everything you need to know about moving from totally overwhelmed, to a cool, calm “I’ve got this.” You can get through anxiety.

Emotional Abuse

  • If you are being abused it is not your fault. You are not alone. We’re here for you—always.

Depression

  • Depression can make getting out of bed every morning like climbing Mt. Everest. The good news is you do not have to climb the mountain alone.

Suicide

  • Suicide is a leading cause of death. It’s also preventable. You are not alone. We’re here for you—always.

School

  • Stress can interfere with your ability to do your job: learning and growing.

Deciding if a Provider is Right for You

Once you find a potential provider it can be helpful to prepare a list of questions to help you decide if they are a good fit for you. Examples of questions you might want to ask a potential provider include:

  • What experience do you have treating someone with my issue?
  • How do you usually treat someone with my issue?
  • How long do you expect treatment to last?

The treatment works best when you have a good relationship with your mental health provider. If you aren’t comfortable or are feeling like the treatment is not helping, talk with your provider, or consider finding a different provider or another type of treatment. If you are a child or adolescent, consider speaking with your doctor or another trusted adult. Do not stop current treatment without talking to your doctor.

Learn More about Mental Disorders

The WMHSC offers health information and free easy-to-read publications on various mental disorders on its website. The website is mobile and print-friendly.