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If in Crisis

For a full list of resources found in the State of Missouri, please visit the Department of Mental Health website at The “How Do I Find” section on the front page includes resources for help nearby, including a section dedicated to finding mental health services.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

800-273-TALK (8255)

Youth Crisis Lines

Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741

Girls & Boys Town National Hotline (800) 448-3000

Trevor Lifeline (866) 488-7386

NAMI Missouri WARMline 

(800) 374-2138

NAMI Missouri’s WARMline is different from a hotline, and not intended for crisis situations.

When you are stressed, have a mental illness, are dealing with symptoms, expensive medicines, and long waits for doctors appointments, misunderstandings about your illness can be terribly isolating.  Even people with the very best of intentions sometimes don’t understand the long road to recovery.  It is NAMI Missouri’s goal that every person in Missouri has support and educational services when they need them.  We feel consumer support services are best provided by consumers for consumers.

The HelpLine is an information and referral service that is also offered through the WARMline number.

Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Central Time

Additional Resources:


Alcohol Hotline (800) 331-2900

Al-Anon for Families of Alcoholics (800) 344-2666

Alcohol and Drug Helpline (800) 821-4357

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Hotline (800) 729-6686

Families Anonymous  (800) 736-9805

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Hopeline  (800) 622-2255

Substance Use

Missouri Recovery Network (573) 634-1029

Missouri Poison Center (800) 222-1222

National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline (800) 662-4357

Cocaine Anonymous (800) 347-8998

National Help Line for Substance Abuse (800) 262-2463

Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-7233

National US Child Abuse Hotline (800) 422-4453

The following resources have been provided to NAMI Missouri by third party organizations.

According to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), an estimated 2 million people in America are considered addictive or pathological gamblers. Unfortunately, this addiction can take a negative emotional and financial toll on friends and family. has put together a free resource designed to help families understand the financial warning signs of gambling addiction and includes information on how families can protect their finances. The guide is available online here:

Anxiety and Sleep has developed a “Sleep Guide for Anxiety,” which discusses common sleep disorders that may be increasing your stress levels; how anxiety disorders such as general anxiety, OCD, PTSD, social anxiety and panic attacks affect your brain; how mental illness and anxiety impacts the sleep patterns of different age groups, including children, young adults, and seniors; and tips for improving your sleep while living with mental illness. The guide is available online here:

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