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Emergency resources

If you or anyone you know are in crisis or maybe in danger, please use the following resources to get the help you may need.

United States


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Family Violence Helpline

National Hotline Network

Self-Harm Hotline

Planned Parenthood Hotline

American Association of Poison Control Centers

Alcoholism & Drug Dependency Hope Line

National Crisis Line, Anorexia and Bulimia

GLBT Hotline

TREVOR Crisis Hotline

AIDS Crisis Line

The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline

The Trans Lifeline

Lifeline Crisis Chat
Veterans Crisis Chat
Suicide Prevention Wiki
The Trans Lifeline

At Total Life, we understand the paramount importance of immediate and specialized care during mental health emergencies. While our website is a comprehensive resource for mental health information and support, we must emphasize that it is not a direct provider of emergency services. Our emergency resources page is meticulously curated to direct you to the appropriate services in times of acute need. It lists vital external hotlines and chat services operated by certified professionals ready to provide immediate assistance 24/7. These resources, such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, are equipped to handle crises and offer life-saving support.

We encourage visitors to use this page as a gateway to reach out to the dedicated helplines in case of an emergency. Total Life’s role is to bridge the gap between you and these essential services, ensuring that you are never more than a few clicks away from getting the help you need. Please note that if you or someone you know is in immediate danger or requires urgent medical attention, calling 911 or your local emergency number should always be the first step. Our goal at Total Life is to support and guide you to the right resources, especially in moments when time and expertise are of the essence.