If you recognize something is not right for you or someone you know, or changes have happened, it may be time to get help. The sooner mental health is addressed, the sooner recovery can begin.
Find appropriate care by connecting with:
Learn more about supporting mental health by:
If you need help or are helping someone else with a mental health crisis, connect with a crisis worker.
Text 988, visit their website to chat, or find someone who can make the call.
Connect with 988. Trained professionals will help you work through the situation.
Yes. Visit the 988 website or take a Mental Health First Aid training with MHANYS.
For additional support, see the information below.
MHANYS Mental Health Information Center
Call: (518) 434-0439 or (800) 766-6177
Our staff operates the MHIC Information and Referral Line. We link callers to a broad range of local, statewide, and national mental health organizations and programs, and answer questions on mental health and