If your life or some else's is in immediate danger, call 911.

If you are in crisis or in need of immediate help,

please call the NJ Suicide Prevention Hopeline at 1-855-654-6735.

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Finding free and reliable resources can be overwhelming. This page outlines some of PEACE of Mind's favorite resources and programs. Use these to learn ways to become a mental health ally, take care of yourself, and stay educated!


MHGN allows you to book mental health trainings live on zoom, asyncronoysly online, or in-person. They offer various certifications and training programs, or you can build one that best suits you and your team. The PEACE of Mind team especially loves their mental health first aid kits, available for purchase on their website!

NAMI offers mental health trainings for various demographics. There are different resources for advocacy, statistics, and support groups. You can learn about warning signs and symptoms, research, and treatment.

Dr. Widian is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializing in both youth and adult counceling. Nicola Counseling Services includes individual therapy, couples therapy, and immigration evaluations. "No matter where the journey has taken you, all are welcome here." PEACE of Mind has partnered with Dr. Widian in the past, and we highly recommend her services.

Catholic Charities provides affordable Catholic counseling services across the country. These services vary in topic, offering a variety of helpful resources.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) organizes various national statistics regarding adult mental health. Their site is also great for comparing the amount of people who needed professional help versus those who actually received it.

TWLOHA is a great organization that emphasizes the importance of mental health. This page includes various on-the-go self care practices. If you explore around the site, there are other available resources for finding help and learning about mental health.

The Recovery Village offers a great article on mental health warning signs, signals, and first aid. They reinforce the idea of reaching out for help, and also offer many hotlines available to those who need them.

The Recovery Village Columbus has published a feature on co-occurring disorders, speaking on how different mental health illnesses and/or addictions may lead to others. They also share warning signs, treatment expectations, and sources for recovery.


NAMI Hopeline


New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hopeline


Pregnancy Hotline



1-800-273-8255 then press 1

Postpartum Depression



NAMI Hopeline