Call 911 for immediate medical attention
Entrance 6b, 164 Dale Street, Waterloo
Provides mental health assessments on a walk-in basis – no appointment necessary.
604 Lafayette Street, Waterloo
A mobile crisis response team runs 24/7/365 offering onsite and in-person interventions to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Crisis Observation Services are available to clients ages 5 or older who are experiencing psychiatric/psychological stress which does not require hospitalization.
3362 University Ave, Waterloo
Offers walk in evaluations for substance abuse, mental health, and problem gambling. Calling ahead is recommended to confirm availability and wait times.
Beaucoup de gens ne connaissent même pas le terme santé mentale ou comment obtenir de l'aide. Il n'y a pas de quoi être gêné si vous pensez avoir besoin d'aide ou si quelqu'un que vous aimez a besoin d'aide.
Le Site français d'informations générales sur la santé mentale. Les numéros de téléphone ne sont pas locaux, mais les informations sont bonnes.
Sometimes you just need to talk to someone about a problem like alcohol, drugs, gambling, suicidal thoughts, or mental health. Call (855-581-8111), text (855-895-8398) or chat is available 24/7/365. Tele-interpreters service is provided supporting over 240 languages for voice calls only.
Searchable resource directory available in multiple languages.
Resources for families and children living in Bremer, Butler, Franklin and Grundy Counties.
Black Hawk County resources last updated Spring 2018
Resources for families in the Cedar Valley and are available for all families. Most resources listed are free or low cost.
Information designed for anyone searching Cedar Valley organizations and agencies that provide mental health treatment.
Community Resource Virtual Health Fair
County Social Services provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa.
Resources and education related to talking about mental health and reduce stigma.
Classes, educational presentations, and support groups.
Grassroots organization dedicated to changing the conversation to focus on brain health instead of mental health or mental illness.
Guide produced by Massachusetts General Hospital containing mental health resources for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color).
The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
This section of the 988 website has information and resources for members of the LGBTQ+ community and those who support them.
Empowering young people to have healthy relationships through inclusive and equitable education, support, and resources.
Offers confidential peer support connections for LGBT youth, adults and seniors, including phone, text and online chat.
Mental Health Blog and Directory for LGBTQ+ Community
Suicide is the leading cause of death for young people between 10 to 24.
Sometimes it feels as though your struggle is being underestimated by your age. Help is available.
A safe space for youth to discuss and share stories about mental health and wellness.
Information on bullying, cyberbullying, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
Supports mental health awareness and education for young adults.
Here to help young people aged 12-25 navigate the issues affecting them the most; from mental health and bullying to identity and relationships.
Educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and their communities.
Using a healing justice framework to remove barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing.
Healing racially/ethnically marginalized people from racism with love, liberation, equity, and creativity.
BIPOC Mental Health Podcast series
Information and resources about mental health and behavioral health topics from a Black perspective.
Depression and suicide affect people of all ages and populations, but Native American and Alaskan Native populations can be at a higher risk due to historical trauma, adverse childhood experiences, and lack of connection to necessary resources.
Resources for Native Youth, by Native Youth. Includes mental health resources, information, and more.
La Promotora de Salud, Adriana García Ledezma conversa con la Consejera de Salud Mental Rosario Garcia sobre la importancia de cuidar nuestra salud mental.
3253 University Avenue, Waterloo
Visita con un profesional de la salud mental en español.
3316 Cedar Heights Drive, Suite A, Cedar Falls
Terapia y consejeríapara familias, niños, parejas, adolescentes, y adultos en españoloinglés. Citas disponibles por videollamada o en persona cualquier día dela semana. Llame o mande mensaje a (319) 504-4593.
Lifeline ofrece 24/7, servicios gratuitos en español, y no es necesario hablar inglés si usted necesita ayuda.
Vale la Pena Vivir es la primera serie animada sobre salud mental producida por El Centro Cook para la Conexión Humana y Wonder Media.
Los cinco pasos de acción para comunicarse con alguien que podría tener tendencias suicidas están respaldados por evidencia en el campo de prevención de suicidios.
Información sobre el acoso, el ciberacoso y cómo puede prevenir y responder al acoso.
If you’re a veteran or service member and in crisis, these resources can help.
You're not alone—the Veterans Crisis Line is here for you. You don't have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to call.
Veterans and their loved ones talk about their experiences, challenges, and recovery.
Veterans suffer from higher rates of drug addiction than the general population. This online resource includes education and treatment options.
43 videos in different languages
A video series of 43 videos in different languages on a variety of mental health topics. Languages include: English, French, Spanish, Mizo Chin, Burmese, Karen, Karenni, Falam Chin, and Kirundi.