Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

I was inspired by the brilliant Brittany Cobb, a Black licensed therapist and influencer @ablackfemaletherapist to create this list of mental health resources. It a combination of her resources listed on her website as well as my own I add on regularly.

Meditation Apps
InSight Timer
YouTube (keyword: guided meditations, body scan meditation, or my free guided meditations)

Psychology Today (You can search through “Therapists, Psychiatrists, Treatment Centers, Support Groups” This is how I found my current therapist)
Therapy For Black Girls
Therapy for Black Men*

Grief Support Group
Grief Share (this is the one I used)

Sliding Scale (Services based on your income)

LBGTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual or Allied)
For Transgender Resources
For LBGTQ Resources
LBGTQ+ Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources
Health Disparities in the LGBTQ+ Community: Causes, Impact and How to Get Help

Crisis Information
For the confidential crisis text line, text HOME to 741741. To find out more about what the crisis text line is click here.
For the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, call 1-800-273-8255.

Psychedelic Peer Support (free)
The Fireside Project’s mission is to help people minimize the risks and fulfill the potential of their psychedelic experiences in ways such as providing compassionate, accessible, and culturally responsive peer support, educating the public, and furthering psychedelic research, while embracing practices that increase equity, power sharing, and belonging within the psychedelic movement.

Birth Injury Support
Birth Injury Justice Center – Support for anyone who has been affected by birth injuries, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, Erbโ€™s palsy, and other developmental disabilities.

Substance Abuse Support
Springhill Recovery
Rehab Spot

Nursing Home Abuse Support
Nursing Home Abuse Justice

*I happen to be an affiliate with I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you if you choose to sign up. However, please choose the right type of therapy for your needs but I do want to be transparent about the affiliate link.


Hello there! My name is Glenda Hoon Russell and I am the owner/author of The Status Foe. The status quo distracts us from being who we truly are and I am here to challenge that. I help 30-something women find their path back to themselves through building self-awareness, self-worth, and self-acceptance so they can create a life they love.

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