Mental Health Resources

HeartLine - At HeartLine, we are a support line and a lifeline for everyone in our community. Our confidential crisis lines and helplines run 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Call or use our online directory to connect with local resources such as food, shelter, medical, financial support, counseling, Youth Crisis Mobile Resources, and more.
Call 211 (HeartLine) for the most comprehensive source of information about local resources and services in the country. HeartLine serves as Oklahoma’s connection to the best resources and services to address any need. Our caring local experts are available to help 24/7.

Looking for a therapist? In addition to checking with insurance providers, Psychology Today Find a Therapist is a helpful search tool with detailed filters.


9-8-8 Mental Health Lifeline

988 is a direct, three-digit lifeline that connects you with trained behavioral health professionals who can get all Oklahomans the help they need.

It all starts when you call 988. You’ll be connected to a mental health professional to talk you through what’s going on and get the resources you need for either yourself or your loved one. About 80% of the time, things can get sorted out with just a phone call. But if you need more help, they will help however they can.

Visit 988 Oklahoma website

Everything You Need to Know About 988

988 - Former NFL Player PSA on the impact of 988

Crisis Text Line – Teens may also Text “HELLO” to the Crisis Text Line at 741741 when in crisis. Anywhere, anytime. A live, trained crisis counselor receives the text and responds quickly.

LGBTQ youth also can call (866) 488-7386 or text "START" to 678-678 to reach the Trevor Project.

Additional Emergency help information can be found at Anxious? Stressed? Depressed? CallSAM – 1-855-225-2SAM Student Assistance by Mercy

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) – CCBHCs are designed to provide a comprehensive range of mental health and substance use disorder services to vulnerable individuals. In return, CCBHCs receive an enhanced Medicaid reimbursement rate based on their costs of services to meet the needs of these populations.

YouTube Content That Supports Tweens' and Teens' Mental Health and Wellness

Peaceful Family Oklahoma - Proven services made just for children whose families are impacted by substance use disorder and addiction. (2023-2024 Swine Week Recipient)

Online Resources

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – Risk Factors and Warning Signs

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline by the National Domestic Violence Hotline. This 24-hour national Web-based and telephone resource was created to help teens (ages 13–18) experiencing dating abuse and is the only helpline in the country.
Track and support your child’s academic and personal growth and development with these growth charts. Find the information most relevant to your family by selecting your child’s grade level.

Prevention Resources and Links

Resources for Survivors of Suicide Loss 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention This website features extremely useful content, including listings of groups for survivors in each U.S. state and Canadian province, downloadable pamphlets, and inspiring stories from those who have experienced a suicide loss.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – Risk Factors and Warning Signs