Personal & Social Resources

National Resources

Crisis Text Line  Text 741741

24/7 support and information for any type of crisis.

Self-Injury 800-DONTCUT 

Not a crisis line. Referrals for therapy and information about programs.

Social Media and Teen Anxiety

Harvard's Graduate School of Education 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

A link to handouts regarding a variety of mental health issues

Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine 

Links to a variety of resources

The Trevor Project 866-488-7386 

Crisis and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth

Eating Disorder Resource

National resource for eating disorder information

Break the Cycle

A resource with information about healthy relationships and teen dating violence.

Local Resources

Mental Health Providers

Click on the above link for a listing of local mental health options. This list is simply a resource and not an endorsement of any particular provider. Providers and offerings may change over time. 

Mobile Crisis 888-573-1006

Mental health emergencies, mobile crisis will come to you and assess crisis needs. 

Self Help Resources 

Western Carolina University's Counseling and Psychological Services department created self help videos on a number of topics.

In crisis and need support? Text the word "safelight" to 20121 or call 828.845.8045

this is a new local crisis hotline where you can get confidential and anonymous support. 

Safelight Crisis Hotline: 828-693-3840 

Hendersonville non-profit agency that provides support for victims of interpersonal violence, sexual assault, and child abuse

St. Gerard House 828-963-4223 

Serving all people touched by Autism

Only Hope WNC 828-693-5499

Homeless youth resource

Adolescent Parenting Program 828-698-0674, ext. 155

For teens, who are 19 or younger, and are pregnant or parenting for the first time