If you have, or believe you may have, mental health problems, it can be helpful to talk about these problems with others. Having a good support system and engaging with trustworthy people are key elements to successfully talking about your own mental health.


In our effort to support someone who might be experiencing a crisis, we have put together some additional resources to equip you with emergency phone number, local crisis lines and helpful websites to help you get started with addressing your needs.

Emergency Phone Numbers

*In the event of a life-threatening emergency please call 911.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800)273-TALK or (800)SUICIDE


Mental Health Crisis Hotline: (800)442-HOPE


National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800)799-7233


National Help Line for Substance Abuse: (800)262-2463


Chesterfield County: 



Goochland/Powhatan County: 

River Road West: 804-556-3716

Old Buckingham Road: 804-598-2697


Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell: 

District 19 CSB Crisis Line: 804-862-8000

Main Office: 804-862-8054

City of Richmond: 

Richmond Behavioral health Authority (RBHA): 804-819-4100


Hanover County:



Henrico County:

Henrico County Mental Health/Substances Abuse Services for Adults: 804-727-8484

Henrico Area Mental Health & Retardation Services: 804-727-8484


Charles City

New Kent County Mental Health Services: 804-966-2496


Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell

District 19 CSB Crisis Line: 804-862-8000

Main Office: 804-862-8054


National Alliance on Mental Illness:


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration:


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:


National Institute of Mental Health: 


National Alliance on Mental Illness: Central Virginia