Your Mental Health

Help for You

Your Mental Health

Everyone feels down sometimes. Asking for help when you need it is a sign of strength.

About Those Emotions

How are you feeling?

Everyone has different feelings, ways of thinking, problems and solutions, good days and bad days. This is normal. But when your feelings or reactions start to impact your ability to cope with daily activities or relationships, it might be time to get some professional help. 

If You Need to Talk to Someone

If You Need to Talk to Someone

If you are struggling and need help, talk to someone. The first step in finding a helping hand is to ask. Not sure where to turn or whom to talk to? 

We're Here to Help

Need help immediately? Call 911 or go to the emergency room.


Need contact info? Call 212-305-6001 or see our list of locations


Are you in crisis or is someone you know having thoughts of suicide? Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255), click to chat, or text "HOME" to 741741.


In an abusive relationship? Call 1-866-331-9474 or text "loveis" to 22522.

Articles and Fact Sheets

John Paul M. Reyes, PhD

People of all ages, including children, teens, and young adults, sometimes feel down, depressed, irritable, or sad. If these feelings last longer than two weeks and start to affect parts of daily life such as eating, sleeping, relationships, or school, a person may be experiencing depression.

We're Here to Help

Need help immediately? Call 911 or go to the emergency room.

Looking for a Therapist? Call (212) 305-6001 or use the Find a Therapist tool.

Are you in crisis or is someone you know having thoughts of suicide? Call (800)-273-TALK (8255), click to chat, or text "HOME" to 741741.

In an abusive relationship? Call (866) 331-9474 or text "loveis" to 22522.