Please call 911 if there is an immediate risk for harm or an emergency
For suicide intervention, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to get help by phone at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) Toll-free in the U.S. 24 hours a day.
To report a sexual assault, Call 911 or contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673) to speak with a trained sexual assault service provider in your area.
The Institute for Muslim Mental Health consists of mental health professionals with the goal of safeguarding the long-term mental health and well-being of Muslim communities through preventative interventions and education that is accessible, culturally relevant and academically sound. Click here to find a therapist in your area.
The Khalil Center is a psychological and spiritual community wellness center advancing the professional practice of psychology rooted in Islamic principles. Some of the services offered are:
- Counseling and Therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Medication Management
- Religious Consultations
- Cognitive Assessments
- Premarital Coaching
The Family & Youth Institute‘s mission is to strengthen and empower individuals, families, and communities through research and education. The four areas of focus are Youth, Marriage, Parenting, and Mental Health and Well Being.
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Muslims Thrive is a New York City-based mental health collective that aims to de-stigmatize mental health challenges by creating forums of education, advocacy, and acceptance while being a leading voice for health and wellness in the Muslim community. They provide training through houses of worship, universities and organizations in Mental Health First Aid as well as general information and referrals to those seeking resources.
Millati Islami World Service is a fellowship of men and women sharing their experiences, strengths, and hopes while recovering from addiction. The Millati Islami 12 Steps to Recovery is modeled after the Narcotics Anonymous and the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Step Program with an Islamic perspective.
Muslims Giving Back is a Brooklyn, NY-based non-profit organization providing community relief programs, including a weekly community pantry and the Asiyah Women’s Center, the first Muslim women’s emergency shelter in New York City.
Mental Health Ministries is an interfaith web-based ministry that provide educational resources to help erase the stigma of mental illness within faith communities. They provide digital media in English and Spanish as well as support for family members caring for loved ones with mental illness.