Local & National Resources
Crisis Hotline Directory
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Crisis Text Line: Text Hello to 741741
- Washtenaw County Community Mental Health 24-hour hotline: 734-544-3050
- UM Health System Psychiatric Emergency Services hotline: 734-936-5900
- Ozone House 24-hour hotline: 734-662-2222
- Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools 24-hour hotline: 734-936-5900
- Veteran's Crisis Line: Veterans and their loved ones can call 800-273-8255 and Press 1 for help
Washtenaw Alive Resource List (PDF): Comprehensive list of local agencies to assist with suicide and mental health issues
- AAS: American Association of Suicidology: AAS is a leader in the advancement of scientific and programmatic efforts in suicide prevention through research, education and training, the development of standards and resources, and survivor support services
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Phone: 212-363-3500 (local contact)
- Eastern Michigan University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw: Grief groups/support groups/community support, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, family/couple/individual therapy. Call Edwina at 734-255-8082 or Kathy at 734-660-7059 for more information.
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resources: Depression, anxiety, substance abuse, discrimination, homophobia, violence, gender nonconformity, self-esteem issues, societal attitudes, family, religion and school, all are risk factors uniquely molded within the LGBT community.
- LivingWorks: The world’s leading provider of suicide intervention training. Their primary focus is improving helper competencies to intervene with persons at risk of suicide.
- National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide
- Michigan Mental Health Network: List of private therapists
- Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools (RAHS) are unique school-based health centers providing services to Ann Arbor Public Schools, Ypsilanti Public Schools and the Willow Run Community Schools.
- R U OK? Michigan is sponsored by Washtenaw Alive
- Student’s Guide to recognizing disorders, seeking help and promoting wellness
- Suicide Prevention Resource Center: Promoting a public health approach to suicide prevention
- Suicide Prevention Resources from the CDC
- University of Michigan's Depression Center: Family Education workshops offer patients and their families a chance to learn about depression and bipolar disorder, to gather information about risk factors, treatments, family impact, and healthy ways of communicating with one another.
- Women's Center of Southeast Michigan: Looking for help with depression or other mental illness? This list compiled by the Women’s Center of Southeast Michigan includes service providers on a sliding scale.