**Hotlines can be a really great resource if you are feeling unsure and nervous about getting support. They are confidential and you can do it right from your phone
OF COURSE, in person resources are always a great option. Most every college has a counseling office that you can call and go to for free.
Worried about a friend? Check out seizetheawkward.org
National suicide prevention lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
Trevor life line (for LGBTQ youth) 1-866-4UT-REVOR (1-866-488-7386)
Treatment referral hotline 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-5357)
Substance Abuse Helpline (844)-897-8927
Alcohol and Drug Helpline (800) 821-4357
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
National Sexual Assault hotline 1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)
National Teen dating abuse helpline: 1-866-331-9474
National Domestic Violence hotline: 1-800-799-7233
thehotline.org (24/7 online chat support for domestic violence)
Crisis Text Line:
ULIFELINE Text START or SEIZE to 741741 and a real person will get in touch with you.
Depression and Anxiety
anxietyspace.com (has a ton of threads and you can search almost any questions)
Eating Issues/Eating Disorders
National Eating Disorders Association Helpline 1-800-931-2237
nationaleatingdisorders.org (website that goes with above hotline)
betterhelp.com (A great, general website with resources and support)
http://add.org/college-students/(a really good list of books and resources for kids who struggle with ADD or ADHD in college
Heard of Hannah Witton?? (Youtuber who talks about all things sex!)
griefresourcenetwork (a huge resource for hotlines)
Local Resources for your area.
Here, at Bridge Box, we are working to create a resource page for mental health and other supportive resources in specific regions of the country. We are starting in our home city of Asheville, NC. and adding other regions,
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