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Need help?

If you are struggling with recent current events and feeling anxious, sad or fearful, HeartLine is here to support 24 hours a day. Dialing into one of our helplines or using the chat service, we will connect you to health and social services assistance to aid in mental wellness. You don’t have to face your toughest times alone. For immediate help, dial one of our 24-hour-a-day helpline numbers:


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255

Are you – or is someone you love – struggling with thoughts of suicide? Call us at this National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number to get help at any hour. When you need someone to listen and provide support during incredibly difficult times, we’re here for you. It’s always worth the time to call.

LIFELINE CRISIS CHAT

If you're struggling with thoughts of suicide and would like to speak with someone through our online chat service, CLICK HERE. Chat hours are Monday through Friday, noon to 1 a.m. CST.

Youth Crisis Mobile Response:

When a young person (24 or younger) is in crisis - behavioral or emotional, physical or social, at home or at school - we can help 24/7. It all starts with one free call (833) 885-CARE. When you connect with HeartLine we will help de-escalate the crisis and dispatch mental health professionals within 1-24 hours depending on the need.

Supportive Services for Veteran Families - Dial 211:

Supportive Services for Veteran Families was established is a public-private partnerships with Veteran Affairs to rapidly re-house homeless Veteran families and prevent homelessness for very low-income Veterans at imminent risk due to a housing crisis.

Reachout Helpline:

The Reachout Helpline is a program through Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and is a support for Oklahomans with mental health and substance abuse issues and are looking for help.

Winter Shelter Beds

When it's freezing outside it can be dangerous to sleep in a tent, on the street or in a car. The Winter Shelter Bed program has extra beds opened at shelters for those nights when it's below 32 degree.