IMPORTANT: If you are experiencing a medical emergency,
Call 911 and/or go directly to your nearest hospital’s emergency department.
Allow yourself to be helped. Mental distress and disorders are exacerbated by daily stressors. A worldwide health crisis certainly can trigger or increase severity. Pain does not stop during a pandemic. These services are ready to assist:
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-452-4189
Free, confidential, non-emergency resource to help you connect with services appropriate for your needs. Also available through:
Montgomery County Mental Health & Substance Abuse Emergencies
Professional crisis workers are on-call for emergency phone support, comprehensive assessments, and additional resources/referrals.
Support staff is trained in psychiatric and drug/alcohol emergencies.
Department of Health & Human Services
During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers may reduce or waive cost-sharing for telehealth (and other virtual care) visits paid for by federal healthcare programs, such as Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. This includes audio and video cognitive therapy visits for established and new patients.