Abolitionist Centered Care Provider Database Alternative providers - Mind Freedom Trans Lifeline’s Resource Library Chain Reaction: Alternatives To Calling Police Don’t Call the Police
Mobile Crisis Team directoryAtlanta PAD STAR - Denver CAHOOTS/White Bird Clinic - Eugene & Springfield, OR *Mobile Crisis Teams (MCTs) are locally-based police diversion efforts attempt to route mental health crisis calls away from police, and usually include first responders such as mobile crisis units with mental health professionals/clinicians. There is a possibility of forced hospitalization with response and assessment by mental health professionals. They may or may not include a co-responding police officer. *Crisis Intervention Teams (CITs) are often staffed by police and include police response.
Peer Respite Directory - National Empowerment Center Peer Respite Directory - Live & Learn Project LETS TACT Trans Advocacy & Care Team Wildflower Alliance - MA Peer Support Space - Central Florida Kiva Centers - MA CSPNJ Respites - NJ Yarrow Collective - Northern CO Tender Fruits Collective - Vermont Survivor Arts Collective - MA
Rehumanize Monthly Meeting Psychiatric Survivor Clinic - Project LETS
Mad mapping & Crisis Toolkit - Fireweed Collective Tiny Lantern zine and webinar on suicide support Mad survival tools - Mutual Aid/Safety Planning, Go Bag, Mad Mapping - Madqueer Abolition + mental health: A learning guide - Gabes Torres Common mistakes we make when supporting others and what to do differently - Project LETS Harm reduction for coming off meds - Fireweed Collective Why not to call the police on a friend in crisis - Trans Lifeline What to do instead of calling the police on a friend in crisis - Trans Lifeline Trainings and resources - CAT 911
National Call Blackline Fireside Project Trans Lifeline Local Wildflower Alliance - Western MA Mental Health First Oakland Mental Health First Sacramento CAT-911 Community Action Teams - Southern CA California Peer Run Warm Line Cambridge Heart Samaritans NYC (Samaritans National does non-consensual intervention) Promise Resource Network - North Carolina These hotlines can provide alternatives to police intervention and avoid the use of police in most cases. Some utilize other first responders such as mobile crisis units with mental health professionals, who are mandated reporters. It’s always a good idea to ask all hotlines about policies before disclosing information that could lead to an involuntary intervention.