Crisis Support Services of Nevada staff and volunteers offer crisis support and resources for specific communities including LGBTQ+, military and youth. Find guidance to get the help you need, or discover resources to help someone in need of crisis support.

We’re here to help. 24/7.

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

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If you’re not ready to call, there are extensive crisis and suicide prevention resources available just for you.

Understand your options as a survivor of military trauma and more.

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Get help you need. Give help as an ally. It can get better.

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Discover resources to help parents and kids stay safe.

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Speaking to a therapist or support group can improve your mental health and provide long-term support with depression. Find a therapist or support group near you.

You are not alone. Your friends and family along with your larger community want to assist you in times of crisis. You can build your support network by:

  • Confiding in your circle of trust–the people you rely on most in this world
  • Seeking support from work, school, church or even a local club
  • Exploring social media to connect with people with similar interests who can support you from miles away
  • Take up a new hobby or enroll in a class to meet new friends  

While we focus on the state of Nevada, we support anyone in crisis. Get the information and resources you need.

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