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Seattle CRU: Mental Health Resources

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and each year, 14 million Americans experience a mental health crisis. In honor of our reading of the TV series pilot "Seattle CRU: Hurricanes and Honeybees," we've compiled a list of local and national health organizations and initiatives for you. Whether you're facing daily challenges or simply seeking guidance, here are some incredible mental health resources to turn to:

Local Resources:

24-Hour Emergency and Crisis Line Lander: 307-332-4233 | Riverton: 307-856-7489

24-Hour Suicide Hotline 800-273-8255

Soldiers House of Fremont County 307-856-1244,

Chelsea Conley, LCSW 1110 Major Avenue, Riverton


Fremont Counseling Address: 748 Main St. Lander, WY 110 Major Avenue, Riverton P: 307-332-2231

Governor Gordon’s Mental Health Summit

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis or for those looking to help someone else. To speak with a trained listener, call 988.

If you are experiencing a crisis or need to talk, reach out.


Governor Gordon’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide Among SMVF

Learn more about how Wyoming is supporting our military families.

Wyoming Department of Health

Inclusive Therapists -National Directory of multi-identity celebrating therapists -

National Resources:

1️⃣ National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 📞 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 🌐 💬 Available 24/7, this lifeline provides free and confidential support to anyone in distress or having thoughts of self-harm.

2️⃣ Crisis Text Line: 📱 Text "HOME" to 741741 🌐 💬 Connect with a trained crisis counselor via text message, offering immediate help during a crisis or emotional distress.

3️⃣ NAMI Helpline: 📞 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) 🌐 💬 The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers information, support, and referrals to individuals and families affected by mental health conditions.

4️⃣ BetterHelp: 🌐 💬 An online counseling platform with licensed professionals ready to provide therapy from the comfort of your own home.

5️⃣ Headspace: 🌐 💬 Access meditation and mindfulness exercises designed to reduce stress, improve focus, and boost overall well-being.

6️⃣ Mental Health Resources in the LGBTQIA+ Community: 🌐

Remember, seeking help is a sign of strength, and you don't have to face it alone. Reach out to these resources, talk to a trusted friend, or consult a healthcare professional. Together, we can break the stigma and build a supportive community around mental health.

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