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If you need immediate help,
view the 24-hour helplines.

Connect to Mental Health Resources

Use our FIND HELP Tool to locate free or reduced counseling and other mental health resources.
Simply select the level of care you’re looking for and enter your zip code. Use the personal filters tool to identify BIPOC mental health providers.

*The FIND HELP Tool is only currently available in the U.S. Check out International Resources for more treatment options.

You Are Not Alone

More than anything, you deserve to know this—you are not alone. We hope these stories find you like a friend, or a bit of light in the darkness.


We know that mental health can impact any of us. We also know that Black, Latine, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native, and Indigenous people experience similar rates of mental health challenges as white individuals. Yet people of color access treatment and support at half the rate of white folks. This is due to a significant gap in treatment caused by systemic racism, lack of equitable healthcare, and absence of cultural competency due to the fact that approximately 86% of psychologists are white, amongst other glaring issues across our society.

In recognition of the unique struggles faced by BIPOC communities, we have compiled a list of mental health resources focused on supporting them in various ways. We know this list represents some but not all of the resources available.


Disclaimer: Although TWLOHA believes in the power of professional help, you are responsible for selecting the provider or treatment. TWLOHA cannot accept responsibility for any of the services provided by these or any other providers.

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