Violence against Native communities has caused generations of pain and trauma that has a devastating impact on mental health. Feelings of anger and isolation stemming from colonization may feel deeper than ever.
Racism, and the many ways it manifests in our society, causes acute and sustained trauma. If you are struggling to cope any day—and especially now—you are not alone. Your feelings are valid. And, there are people here to support you.
Introducing a new podcast featuring Nike athletes Laurie Hernandez, Karl Anthony Towns, and Raven Saunders in conversation with Crisis Text Line mental health professionals, Dr. Shairi Turner, MPH and Natalia Dayan
We’re excited to welcome three new executives to our team. They’ve already hit the ground running helping us build a more empathetic world!
From professors to artists to athletes, Crisis Text Line is raising awareness for these women and the empowering actions they’ve taken to advocate for mental health in their communities and across the nation.
In last night’s State of the Union Address, President Biden said it loud and clear: mental health is health.
For Black History Month, Crisis Text Line is honoring and celebrating the mental health leaders who are paving the way today to build a better tomorrow.
Our service works and saves lives because of the trust that our volunteer and texter communities have placed in us.