Reach Out for Help and Answers

Sometimes, it helps to talk to professionals about something you are experiencing or symptoms you are having. These hotlines are great places to start to get some information about a condition you or a loved on may have. Print this out and keep it near a phone in case a number may be necessary quickly. As always, your doctor will have more information tailored to your medical history and condition.

  • AIDS Hotline  (800) FOR-AIDS
  • National Sexually Transmitted Disease Hotline  1-800-227-8922
  • Alcohol Hotline  (800) 331-2900
  • Al-Anon for Families of Alcoholics  (800) 344-2666
  • Alcohol and Drug Helpline  (800) 821-4357
  • Depression/Alcohol and Drug Addiction Trauma Hotline  (800) 544-1177
  • Be Sober Hotline  (800) 237-6237
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Hotline  1-800-729-6686
  • Planned Parenthood Hotline  (800) 230-PLAN (230-7526)
  • National Child Abuse Hotline  (800) 422-4453
  • Crisis Helpline (for any kind of crisis)  (800) 233-4357
  • Youth Crisis Hotline  (800) 448-4663
  • Poison Control  (800) 876-4766
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline  (800) 662-4357
  • Runaway Hotline  (800) 231-6946
  • National Runaway Switchboard  (800) 621-4000
  • National Hotline for Missing & Exploited Children  (800) 843-5678
  • Rape & Abuse & Incest National Network  (800) 656-HOPE
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline  (800) 799-7233
  • National U.S. Child Abuse Hotline  (800) 422-4453
  • Ask a Nurse  (800) 535-1111
  • Grief Recovery Helpline  (800) 445-4808

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