Mental Health Resources
Provides life assistance and mental health services with an emphasis on economically disadvantaged, marginalized youth, adults and seniors in the South Florida area. Offers case management services by and for trans people.
Community Health Center that provides primary Care, Behavioral Health, Pediatrics, Dental, and Support Services for those economically disadvantaged in Miami and Broward County that has Spanish and Creole speaking providers. Historically an HIV-resource center, Care Resource emphasizes an intersectional approach to their services.
Open Path Collective
Sliding scale therapy for those who cannot afford my services at this time.
Sliding scale therapy for those who cannot a Directory that centers the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and the LGBTQIA2S+ community. We honor the full neurodiversity spectrum and advocate for mental health care accessibility for people with disabilities/ disabled people.
Crisis / Support Lines
PLEASE NOTE: Some Crisis Hotlines may track callers or send emergency services without consent. While I know Trans Lifeline does not do this, I cannot attest to other hotlines listed below. Mad In America (MIA) has a spreadsheet of hotlines who confirmed whether they do/do not do this, located here.
Trans Lifeline: Other Hotlines and Warmlines
Per Trans Hotline: TO KNOW BEFORE USING OTHER HOTLINES & WARMLINES: To our knowledge, all of these hotline, chat, text, and warmline services employ nonconsensual active rescue. This means potentially using your geolocation with 911, first responders, and potential law enforcement, under certain circumstances, without your informed consent. None of these policies are made available to callers. Mandated reporting can also trigger services such as CPS and APS. When using these services, ask what may happen if you share information about potential or actual harm to yourself or someone else – before sharing details.
A space for peer support, counseling, witnessing and affirming the lived experiences to folxs who are most impacted by systematic oppression with an LGBTQ+ Black Femme Lens. Call BlackLine® prioritizes BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
The Trevor Project
Phone/Text/Chat hotline for Trans and LGBQ Youth (however anyone can call): 866-488-7386
LGBT Peer Listening Line (25 and under)
1-617-267-2535 or Toll-free: 1-800-399-PEER (Monday – Saturday 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. ET)
Comprehensive list of hotlines to contact.
Peer-run listening lines staffed by people in mental health recovery themselves. Directory separated by state for people to reach out for support.