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Program resources and community links


Feeling hopeless? Please reach out to a trained counselor for immediate support.

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or CHAT NOW


Christian Care Connect (by AACC) – Find Christian counselors, coaches, and clinics

Psychology Today – Powerful search tool for therapists and support with a variety of filters

Suicide Survivor Support Groups (by AFSP) – Find a support group near you

Sunshine Behavioral Health Directory – Find free treatment resources near you

TruCircle – Find a Black therapist near you


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 / Online Chat

Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741

Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 / Online Chat

LGBTQ+ Youth Support (The Trevor Project) 1-866-488-7386 / Text START to 678678 / Online Chat

Transgender Crisis Line 1-877-565-8860

Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1 / Text 838255 / Online Chat

Community Links

My Quiet Cave provides the following links to help support your search for mental health resources. Organizations listed do not represent an affilitation with My Quiet Cave.


Black & BIPOC Community Resources

Asian American Psychological Association – Research, professional practice, education, and policy

Asian Mental Health Collective – Find a therapist and connect to resources

Black Men’s Health Project – Developing culturally competent strategies to improve health outcomes for Black men

Black Mental Health Alliance – Education, training, and referrals

Black Mental Wellness – Culturally sensitive resources related to Black mental health

Bridges – Stigma-free hub for Asian Pacific Islander South Asian Americans (APISA) to seek culturally-responsive care

The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation – Erasing the stigma around mental health issues in the African American community

Project Lotus – Adressing mental health stigma in Asian-American communities

Safe Black Space – Creating opportunities for Black people to heal and thrive

The Steve Fund – Supporting mental and emotional health for young people of color

TES: Black Experiences – Free resources for teaching mental wellness

Therapy for Black Girls – Encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls

Therapy for Black Men – Understanding that strength still needs support

TruCircle – Find a Black therapist near you

Children & Teens

Online Course: Caring for Teens God’s Way – by Light University

Online Course: Childhood Trauma & Abuse – by Light University

Free activities for teachers and parents – by Mentally Health Schools

Daily video tips for biblical parenting – by Good Enough Parent

Gender & Sexuality

The Trevor Project – Suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people

Trans Lifeline – Connecting trans people to community, support, and resources

Posture Shift – Resources for pastors, parents, and all who care for LGBT+ people

Psychology Today – Search for therapists and treatment with a variety of filters, including gender and sexuality

suicide prevention & training

Living Works – Empowering people to save lives from suicide

Mental Health First Aid – Identify. Understand. Respond.

QPR Institute – Three steps to help prevent suicide

Soul Shop – Faith-based suicide prevention training

Sources of Strength – Empowering youth to prevent suicide

Yellow Ribbon – Suicide prevention training

Project Faith

My Quiet Cave is collaborating with Project Helping to inspire faith communities to support mental wellness through meaningful volunteer experiences. Sign up today as an individual or small group!



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