DBSA-Charlotte: Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance




   "Don't let your fear of being judged stop you from asking for help when you need it."
                             
--Unknown


    "The strong individual is the one who
 asks for help when he needs it."
                          --Rona Barrett


 
  "Asking for help does not mean that we are weak or incompetent.  It usually indicates an advanced level of honesty and intelligence."
                 --Anne Wilson Schaef

Help Lines

Many people are standing by just a phone call away to help you through a crisis, or simply chat about what's bothering you, or to seek advice about hospitalization.

Who to call for help in a crisis or just for advice

Mobile Crisis Team

(704) 566-3410 

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions 

(800) 939-5911 (Live Chat)

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

(800) 273-8255 

 

NC 211 - Find Local Services including MH 

2-1-1 

 

HopeLine - Mental Health Crisis - Call or Text 

(919) 231-4525 or (877) 235-4525

CMC – Randolph 24-Hour Call Center 

(704) 444-2400 

 

Other Resources 

 

Presbyterian Hospital Main (Novant)

(704) 384-4000 

 

Monarch - Mecklenburg (sliding scale, walk-ins) 

(866) 272-7826 

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 

(704) 333-8218 

 

Mecklenburg County DSS

(704) 336-3000 

 

Mecklenburg Social Security Office

(888) 383-1598 

 

Promise Resource Network

(980) 321-4021 

 

National Sexual Assault Helpline 

(800) 656-4673 

 

DBSA Online Support Group

www.dbsalliance.org/osg

 

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