Mental Health: Taking Care of Yourself and Loved Ones

Therapy for Black Girls aims to match black girls and women with therapists who understand their needs. They also founded their own podcast on mental health.
Are you looking for a Black therapist? This network helps connect you to a list of therapists around the country to serve your needs.
The founders of the Latinx Therapy podcast have launched a directory of Latinx therapists. Enter your zipcode to search for a therapist near you.
In light of this difficult time, Germán Cadenas, Ph.D., put together a list of strategies to cope with immigration-related stress. This resource includes reflective exercises such as listing your personal strengths and finding a community of support.  
The Hope Center for Wellness compiled a comprehensive list of mental health hotlines.
Sofia Mendoza, LCSW created a guide for DACA recipients to cope during this difficult time.
The National Latino/a Psychological Association compiled a list of wellness resources for undocumented Latinos during this difficult time, including how to cope with stress and how to seek mental health help.
A national directory of Latinx therapists for the Latinx community.
The American Psychological Association compiled a list of wellness resources for immigrant communities.
Information about being diagnosed with a substance abuse and mental health disorder. Learn about dual disorders and integrated treatment options.
Information about substance abuse, its connection to suicide, and risk reduction. Learn the risk factors and treatment options.
Information about different types of addictions, how to recognize them, and where to seek help.
Taking into account a hostile immigration enforcement and rhetorical environment for immigrants, the California Psychological Association provides these recommendations for practice to mental health professionals who provide services to undocumented immigrants.
This toolkit explains how to lead stress reacting activities and conduct safe zone events.
Hotline number: 1-855-HELP-MY-FAMILY (1-855-435-7693). Assistance available in English, Spanish, Korean, and Polish.
List of crisis hotlines and resources for Illinois educators to support undocumented youth.
Hotline number: 1-800-273-8255. Spanish: 1-888-628-9454.