On this page, you will find links to a variety of educational and self-help resources on a variety of mental health topics. The links will direct you to information, tools, books, support groups, chatrooms, and much more.
The Counseling and Wellness Center does not monitor or endorse the web sites listed below. If you have questions or concerns about your own unique situation, make an appointment to talk with a counselor by calling the Counseling Center at 202.274.6000.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
DC Domestic Violence Intake Center
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Civil Protection Order, Metropolitan Police Department brochure
My Sister’s Place
National Center for Victims of Crime
DC Safe, http://dcsafe.org/ and the hotline number 800.407.5048
DC Rape Crisis Center Hotline: 202.333.RAPE
Montgomery County Crisis Hotline 301.738.9697
UASK DC – is a tool which provides immediate access to the information needed most in the event of a sexual assault on one of DC’s eight college campuses — quickly, confidentially and free. Visit the website to download the app on your mobile phone.
1 in 6 – Resources and Support for Men who have been Sexually Abused
Men Can Stop Rape
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Coming Out Resources
GLBT National Help Center
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
Transgender Education Association, DC
Whitman Walker Health
AA Find a Meeting in the DC Area
Adult Children of Alcoholics – ACOA
Al-Anon, A Network for Family and Friends of Problem Drinkers
SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Tobacco Smoking Cessation – Smoke Free
Call 911 in the event of a mental health emergency.
DC Crisis Hotline: 1.888.7WE-HELP or 1.888.793.4357
DC Mobile Crisis Unit: 202.673.9300
Montgomery County Crisis Hotline 240.777.4000
Prince George’s County Crisis Hotline 301.42.2185
Suicide Prevention Hotline 1.800.273.TALK 1.800.273.8255 (English), 1.888.628.9454 (Spanish)