Suicide & Crisis

Suicide and Crisis Hotline – Call 2-1-1, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week when life seems hopeless or out of control, counselors are there to listen, encourage positive action, provide helpful resources, and initiate emergency rescue if necessary. Visit our Suicide Prevention Services page.

2-1-1 Dial 2-1-1 from a local phone or use their website to search for organizations that offer local support resources and services.


2-1-1 at your fingertips – Online resource database for community members to search for services.

Rape Hotline –Visit the Sexual Assault Services page.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention provides referrals to support groups, mental health professionals, resources on loss and suicide prevention information. Phone: 1-888-333-2377

The Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects callers to trained crisis counselors 24/7. They also provide a chat function on their website. Phone: 1-800-273-8255

The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides 24/7 crisis intervention, safety planning and information on domestic violence. Phone: 1-800-799-7233

Learn more about suicide and what to do in a crisis.

Mental Health Resources

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) provides information and referrals on ADHD, including local support groups. Phone: 800-233-4050

Healthy Transitions: Crisis Center of Tampa Bay – Teens and young adults (ages 16-25) who are struggling emotionally can receive an extra layer of support and be connected to community resources


Military & Veteran’s Resources

  • Military One Source – 24/7 Confidential HelpToll-Free: 800-342-9647  \En español llame al: 800-342-9647 – TTY/TDD: Dial 711 and give the toll-free number 800-342-9647 – Live chat is a convenient way for you to get the information you need from Military OneSource.
  • Support line for veterans through the Florida Veterans Support Lineat 1-844-MYFLVET (693-5838)
  • Mission United: Helps veterans navigate resources through a coordinated care network with a simple entry point through 2-1-1. Veterans and their loved ones can find help for employment, education, housing, legal assistance, transition to civilian life, veterans benefits, caregivers, and more.
  • The Veterans Crisis Lineis always open. Call for help or chat online 24/7 at no cost. Speak to qualified Veteran Affairs responders who understand the challenges of military life.
  • The Defense Suicide Prevention Officeis committed to developing suicide prevention efforts among all stakeholders in the military services. From best practices to resources for family and friends, help is available.


Substance Abuse Resources

Substance Abuse Hotline – Through discussion and referrals to community resources, counselors provide options to individuals and families affected by addiction. Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357), or click HERE to visit the substance abuse webpage.