Resources for Finding Help

Reading through this site tells you about treatment options, as well as a hotline for finding treatment.

Psychology Today (US) has Treatment locators! Click the “find a therapist link” you can choose if you want to find support groups, therapists, psychiatrists or treatment centres. International Links: CanadaUK, & Australia 

Choosing Therapy (US) has a directory of therapists, you can choose based on location, language, pay scale and specialities.

Therapy for Black Girls (US) Nationwide listening of licensed black women therapists

Black Minds Matter (UK) At Black Minds Matter U.K. our mission is to connect Black individuals and families with free professional mental health services across the U.K. We aim to do this by making mental health topics relevant and accessible for all Black people in the U.K.

RAINN main page. They have a hotline 800.656.4673. Online chat line and a local support finder. This article is about self-care after trauma, 

Stop It Now! Has a page of resources for adult survivors of abuse. It includes ways to find treatment as well as support for the family of survivors. 

Psychcentral advice for people struggling to pay for care. one of the suggestions is “re-evaluate if you really can’t afford it” we recognize this can be problematic and classist however the advice is generally very good. 

This site can help you find free/low-cost medical clinics, these aren’t necessarily going to have mental health care, but any medical needs and can be a link to mental health care. 

MHA has some resources to find people to give referrals to care 

National Association of free and charitable clinics  

Information about what treatment is helpful for drug abuse

SMART recovery site. A kind of treatment for alcoholism and drug addiction. A secular approach distinct from the AA & NA treatment methods.

 NHS info for finding mental health treatment, CAMHS information. Here is a link to 

Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors (PODS) has a treatment connector for those with dissociative disorders in the UK