We Offer Support in 3 Ways:

  • Online group to connect with peers like you

  • Access to a directory of free & affordable resources

  • Informational and self-help articles & videos

NoStigmas does not offer crisis or counseling services. Our program is not a substitute for professional healthcare.

 

If you or someone you
know is in crisis, contact emergency services or the
Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
1-800-273-TALK (8255)


No one should face mental illness or suicidal loss alone. Join the NoStigmas Ally Group on Facebook and connect with trusted allies who have been there.

No one should face mental illness or suicidal loss alone. Join the NoStigmas Ally Group on Facebook and connect with trusted allies who have been there.


Search our database of mental health resources focused on no-cost services accessible to anyone. We continually add new resources to help you find support.

Search our database of mental health resources focused on no-cost services accessible to anyone. We continually add new resources to help you find support.


Mental illness can be confusing for you and your loved ones. Find answers to common question about mental health, treatment tools, and general wellness information.

Mental illness can be confusing for you and your loved ones. Find answers to common question about mental health, treatment tools, and general wellness information.


who Should Seek Support?

Those who have support tend to live more fulfilling lives and are less likely to die by suicide. Here are some people who may benefit from NoStigmas support programs:

  • People who are uninsured or have limited access to traditional healthcare
  • Those living with a mental illness, substance use disorder, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), self-harm and anxiety disorders
  • Suicide survivors and caretakers of those in need of support
  • The LGBTQ, minority communities, military and veterans
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