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See our Articles & our Books for more on-site resources. We also maintain and contribute to Kinhost.org and run online courses on Plurality Resource. Our CV is at our personal system website.

Crisis Resources — United States

If you or anyone else is in serious, threatening or immediate danger, please call 911 for assistance.

In the USA you can now call 988 for mental health crisis: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988. Their site in case you want to chat or get info.

We try to keep this list up-to-date but can't be held liable for incorrect or outdated information.

Please be careful if you are in danger of getting into more trouble by contacting any of these sources. Please copy links and use Private Browsing, clear your history and browser cache, or use a safe (public) computer or terminal if you are in danger of someone finding out you are seeking resources.

211 - Help and Crisis Referral Lines around the US

For local information and service referrals in the US please also try dialing 211, the local help and crisis referral helpline, especially in or near urban centers. They help make referrals to homeless shelters, transportation, local non-profits and municipal or government resources, and other referrals for non-life-threatening situations. You can also call them for non-crisis local information and questions.
website resources for the national 211 website — will give a local number if you're unable to use the referral number or it would arouse suspicion

National Domestic Violence Hotline

website resources and chat
International Domestic Violence contacts — note this is at Mystic Magazine but looks quite thorough

Love is Respect Hotline (teen dating domestic violence)

1-866-331-9474 or text "loveis" to 22522
website with resources

National Child Abuse Hotline

1-800-4-A-Child or 1-800-422-4453
Childhelp website resource

Adult Protective Services and Elder Abuse Hotline

web services

National Center on Elder Abuse


National Runaway Safeline

1-800-RUNAWAY or 1-800-786-2929 or text 66008
website links to state resource

National Coalition for the Homeless

resources for the homeless, and preventing homelessness

SAMHSA’s National Helpline - Mental Health & Substance Abuse

1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Treatment Locator
website resource for treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

additional website and chat options here

National Human Trafficking Hotline

website with additional contact resources here

National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
website assistance/state referrals at RAINN site

Disaster Distress Helpline

1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746
SAMHSA's hotline & resources for distress related to natural- & human-caused disasters

Red Cross' Resources for emotional responses to disasters — same hotline, however.

Veterans Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or text 838255
(same number as National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)
website resources and additional contact methods

Crime Victim Resources - Hate Crimes and any other crimes

California: 1-800-VICTIMS (1-800-842-8467)

See 1-800-Victims.org for International and local/state referrals for crime victims.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation – Civil Rights/Hate Crimes Investigates and prosecutes hate crimes. 1-202-324-3000

National Center for Victims of Crime Provides resources to victims of crime. 1-202-467-8700

In California, victims of hate crimes have additional protections and resources, see https://1800victims.org/crime-type/hate-crimes/

LGTBQ Resources

Anti-Violence Project


See also Crime Victim Resources for hate crime helpline

LGBT National Help Center

website resources and chat, groups, and more.

LGBT National Hotline (all ages)


LGBT Youth Talkline (through age 25)


LGBT National Senior Hotline


The Trevor Project

website resources
Crisis and Suicide Prevention for LGTBQ Youth

The Network La Red - LGTBQ, Poly, Kink domestic violence/partner abuse, all abilities and lovestyles

website resources

FORGE - transgender survivors of sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and stalking

website resources

The NW (Northwest) Network for LGTBQ survivors of partner violence and abuse

website resources

Substance Abuse References — United States

National Drug Helpline


SAMHSA’s National Helpline

1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Treatment Locator
website resource for treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders

Opiate Hotline

Note: call 911 if you think someone is having an overdose!


National Institute on Drug Abuse

website with resources

Therapy Resources

Psychology Today provider directory — Psychology Today provides a fairly flexible provider directory where you can see what insurance a provider accepts, their specialties and fields they work in, links to their website, their contact info, etc. Accuracy will depend on whether the provider updates their profile or not, but it's still a helpful resource. Always screen your provider after locating someone who looks good on paper. You need to verify their information (such as whether they still accept your insurance) and interview them to find out whether they're a good fit.

We recommend looking for people who specialize in Trauma or PTSD first, then view their profile and look for whether dissociative disorders are listed in their sub-specialties. Here's an article on selves-empowerment with regards to finding, hiring & firing your professional team.

!!Plural Resources

"Plural" is a large umbrella that includes dissociative identity disorder (DID) and other related dissociative disorders (such as OSDD and P-DID), healthy multiplicity (traumatized plurals who have healed their PTSD/C-PTSD issues and have worked on internal community building to live an intentionally plural life; the recovery model of DID & related disorders), and related issues such as hearing voices (as in some people who hear voices are plural). Many of the resources below are aimed at people with trauma or experiencing distress or needing assistance with DID and related disorders. Other resources are there for those for whom those resources are insufficient or do not work.

https://Kinhost.org — Building Internal Community: selves-help for people with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Dissociative Disorders, and other plural issues. Home page has links to the best starting points on the site.

https://CerberusPlural — Cerberus Plural is a mass media clearing house for plural content in the world. We’ll review the article, film, etc. and let you know what is relevant to plurals, stumbling blocks or stigmatization in the original content, & what content you need to be prepared for.

AlterNation by The Plural Association - we are unaffiliated, a member of the group, but this is a large well-run moderated and inclusive Facebook group where any plural, multiple or DID system can safely seek support. Answer the questions to be approved, and make sure to read the group rules on how to post and trigger warn your posts.

http://www.intervoiceonline.org — resources for voice-hearers from a standpoint of not cubby-holing or judging the WHY people hear voices. Accepts for example those who hear guides and spirit companions, people who may be experiencing delusions, or people who may be plural. Members may be traumatized or not traumatized; the thing they have in common is hearing voices. They have chapters around the world, and a large annual conference.

 A Tulpamancy Resource Site — everything we don't know (about tulpamancy and tulpas) is on this website, which is to say a lot.