Get help right away any time you think you might hurt yourself or someone else. Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433) or your local crisis center. For Maryland: call 2-1-1 and press option 1 or text 898-211.
If you are in an immediate state of crisis, call 9-1-1 or go straight to a hospital emergency room for temporary help. There, health care providers will also be able to tell you where and how to get more help.
Your health care provider. Your health care provider knows you and likely will notice any changes in your mood or personality. Your health care provider can also rule out possible physical reasons for your symptoms.
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Wellbeing. From mySupport to Healthy at Hopkins, you have many resources through your employer.
Community mental health centers. These organizations give counseling and other services on a sliding-fee scale, based on your income.
Crisis centers. On-site mental health professionals give immediate evaluation and treatment.
Support and self-help groups. Alcoholics Anonymous and the National Alliance on Mental Illness are examples of peer and family support groups that meet both online and in person.
Contact our behavioral health care team to assist you with care coordination for substance abuse challenges, struggles with depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions.