The San Francisco Suicide Prevention
The San Francisco Suicide Prevention Organization aims to provide emotional support, education and information, assistance, and intervention to all persons in crisis, and those impacted with the goal of reducing suicides and self-destructive behaviors. They offer services for the youths, outreach in community, grief support, and groups for mental health professionals.
Suicide Prevention Life Line aims to reduce suicide rates considering that suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people between the ages 10 to 24. They try to reduce suicide rates and help those with mental disorders such as Schizophrenia, anxiety, personality disorders and many more by offering immediate counseling, crisis centers, and support groups. If you wish to read some personal stories of people that have suffered through mental health check out their website for information.
National Alliance on Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Health is one of the most experienced and largest organizations that are dedicated to bettering the lives of those who suffer with mental illness. NAMI aims to educate, advocate, listen, and lead for those who are in need of guidance with disorders. They offer information and educational services for Teen and Young adults especially because of the suicide rates between the ages of 14-24.
Address: 182 Farmers Lane #202, Santa Rosa 95405
Interlink Self- Help Center
Interlink Self- Help Center provides a safe environment for those facing mental health challenges. Interlinks main goal is to improve the quality of life through self-help, mutual support, and empowerment. Services include one-on-one peer support, socialization opportunities, and support and education groups. They serve young adults 18+
Know the Signs/ Reconozca Las Senales
Know the Signs/ Reconzca las Senales focuses on educating Californias on how to detect the signs for suicides. They want to increase the knowledge of those who may or may not be affected by a mental illness. They offer local resources in English and Spanish.
Tuck is a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. Tuck has been featured on HuffPost, NBC News, CNN, NPR, Lifehacker, and Radiolab and is referenced by many colleges/universities and sleep organizations across the web.