National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
NAMI hosts online communities discussion groups where people exchange support and encouragement. Create a free NAMI account to join one. Contact your local NAMI affiliate to see what online and other resources are in your area.
Free online chat for emotional support and counseling. Also offers fee-for-service online therapy with a licensed mental health professional. Service/website also offered in Spanish. Learn more.
Non-professional group focusing on emotional well-being in online weekly meetings. Learn more.
Support Group Central
Virtual support groups on various mental health conditions. Free or low-cost. Website also offered in Spanish. Learn more.
The Tribe Wellness Community
Free, online peer support groups. Include focused groups: Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, HIV/AIDS, LGBT, Marriage/family, OCD and Teens. Learn more.
For Like Minds
Online mental health support network for people who are living with or supporting someone with experiencing mental health conditions, substance use disorders or stressful life events. Learn more.
Free, peer-to-peer online support community for people experiencing a range of mental health issues. Learn more.
Offers online mental health resources, quizzes, news, "Ask the Therapist" and online support communities. Learn more.
Personal stories from students, residents, faculty, and community. Learn more
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