Welcome to the website for people seeking information about mental health resources in Alabama!

Important disclaimer:  This website is a resource to access potential providers and organizations involved with Mental Health care.However, we do not endorse or recommend any particular person, provider or organization. We encourage our viewers to check into a person, provider or organization for good standing in the Mental Health field, as well as active licenses of a Professional provider or organization.

With this easy-to-use, searchable directory you can locate mental health care options around Alabama.

How to Search  In the Search box above, enter the word or words that best describe the kind of mental health resource or treatment  you are seeking. Your request will be answered with a list of resources that best fit your search criteria.  

For a more detailed search, please click the Find Help button above. Resources are organized by county, type of resource, population served, and other relevant categories.

If you do not find the desired information, the resource may not yet be in the directory.

How to Join  To be included in this directory, at no charge, mental health-related organizations, including information and referral sources, and individual or group practices, can enter their own information through the Join page.  

Participating resources include non-profit organizations, as well as private practitioners, groups and individuals who provide mental health services, treatment, support and referral services, or information,

 Information will be added for services, facilities and organizations that are related to mental health. Please check back later,  or call 211 or the Crisis Center at 205-323-7777.

MATERNAL DEPRESSION WORKSHOP was held on MAY 10, 2013 in Birmingham. For more information on the presentation, and internet resources, go to Maternal Depression page.
Managing Traumatic Stress:  Tips for recovering from disasters and other traumatic events.

For more information about how to deal with issues around the Connecticut Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy, how to deal with your own stress, how to talk to your children, go to the American Psychological Association's website.
If you would like to add a "widget" that would link to our website from your own, please contact mentalhealthbham@gmail.com

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline                                                         1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Child Abuse Hotline                                                                                       Jefferson County DHR: 205-423-4850

National Hotlines

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