Below you will find links to a few resources for the different mental illnesses that affect our family.  I will be updating this page as I find more meaningful links to help.  If you know of a good resource that I should add, please let me know about it by clicking here!  

*Please note that by clicking the links below you will be leaving the Mental Magnolia website. We are not liable for information given on these sites.*

Suicide Hotlines and Crisis Centers


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


The Lifeline provides free and confidential support 24/7 to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.  It is comprised of over 150 local crisis centers across the country.  Learn how to help yourself or others.  The Lifeline also works with physicians across the country promoting suicide prevention and awareness.

Use this link to find local crisis clinics in your area by state.

Bipolar Disorder and Depression

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

DBSA provides support and education on depression and bipolar.  

Balanced Mind Parent Network

Balanced Mind is a program of DBSA geared toward giving support and information on being a parent of a child with mood disorders.


Everything you ever wanted to know about Bipolar Disorder is right here.  The site offers education, research news and articles about those living with bipolar.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

NAMI is the largest mental health organization in the country that focuses on raising awareness, educating and supporting those with mental illness.  There are local NAMI support groups all over the country.

Psych Central

Mental health & psychology information and support.  Learn about everything from medication to support groups.


Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks is the leading authority on all things autism.  From financial planning to family support – you’ll find it here.

Autism Support Network

ASN offers an online support community as well as a tool to help you connect with local resources.


Military OneSource

Military OneSource is a one stop shop for all things military.  The link above, however, directs you to their confidential help page.  They will connect military members or family members with free therapy visits.  All it takes is a phone call.

Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line is available 24/7.  You can reach help by way of phone, online chat or text messaging.

PTSD Alliance

This site is for anyone suffering from trauma.  There is information on PTSD as well as links to find help and support in your area.

The Recovery Village

While technically this is a rehabilitation center, they do have great information on PTSD as well as treatment information on dual diagnoses. Drug and alcohol abuse is closely related to many forms of mental illness. Also included are a list of treatment details listed by state.