Coping Resources & Support

  • The notOK App™ – A free app that takes the guesswork out of asking for help when you’re feeling vulnerable. We’ll notify your trusted contacts that they’ve been selected as your support group, so when the time comes and you need to reach out, you’ll just have to open the app and press the large, red notOK™ button. Features: Peer Support from your trusted contacts; simple message to take the guesswork out of asking for help; immediate help with notOK’s one tap solution; accurate GPS location; and trusted contacts are not required to download app.
  • 7 Cups – 7 Cups offers free anonymous emotional support and counseling from trained active listeners. There are real listeners available 24/7 and it’s completely free. There is an option to pay for actual therapists as well.
  • Teen Support Group | Vermont – Will hold space for each other to share deep emotions, and learn skills such as mindfulness meditation, relationship skills, nonviolent communication, emotional processing, goal setting and follow through, and decision making.
  • Mobile Counseling is offering counseling long or short term to anyone ages 8 to 80 for FREE or a small donation. They have a temporary license to do telehealth approved by the State of Vermont. Tina Tarryk, MS MHC, PhD(c) 833-246-6624
  • Mental Health Resource Guide – The resources included in this guide represent a spectrum of queer competencies, ranging from queer-friendly services to providers that specialize in queer issues.
  • National LGBT-Supportive Organizations (U.S.) (by LGBT Youth Allies) – An excellent roundup of LGBTQ organizations, usefully broken into those that focus on young people and those that have broader missions.

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