Your mental health matters. YOU matter. Regardless of what you may have been told in the past, or even what your own mind and feelings may be trying to convince you your mental health absolutely matters. That is why whether it is in my live streams, or through my community as a whole I try to create an environment where others can feel safe, at home, and most importantly never alone. This page is meant to be a place of encouragement with links to worldwide resources. While it is my goal to make the list as complete as possible it should not take the place of you reaching out to a local mental health professional in your area. No matter where you are, no matter what you may be struggling with take this as another reminder that you are never alone. You are worthy, you are loved, you are important. Don’t choose a permanent solution to a temporary problem.


Need Help Immediately?

In the U.S. call 911 or 1-800-273-8255.

Worldwide call your local emergency response number or you can find local crisis lines at

If someone is considering suicide you SHOULD:

  • Talk direct and open with them
  • Listen and allow them to express their feelings
  • Make yourself available to them and stay involved
  • Encourage other options are available
  • Take action to remove immediate dangers
  • Encourage them to seek help from a licensed professional

If someone is considering suicide do NOT:

  • Be judgmental, debate them or lecture them
  • Dare them to do it
  • Act Shocked or Scared – This will push them away
  • Allow them to make you swear to keep quiet

Crisis Lines

Lifeline Australia

13 11 14: Australian crisis support and suicide prevention. Offers online support chat as well as phone chat.

Silakbo PH

Crisis Lines & Resources in the Philippines

International Association for Suicide Prevention

Lists crisis centers & lines in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America.

International Suicide Hotlines

OpenCounseling’s list of Emergency and Suicide Hotlines from all over the world.


116 123 (UK) | 116 123 (ROI): UK-based helpline for mental health support, suicide prevention, and other issues.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255: American crisis support and suicide prevention.

Games and Online Harassment Hotline

Text SUPPORT to 23368 from anywhere in the USA 3 – 7PM PT everyday. A free, text message-based, confidential emotional support hotline, created specifically for the gaming community.

Stack Up

A military charity supporting veterans’ mental health through gaming. Stack Up’s trained suicide prevention volunteers, Overwatch, are online to help veterans and civilians 24/7 if you’re feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to turn.

Trans Lifeline

877-565-8860 (US) | 877-330-6366 (CANADA): Crisis support line staffed by transgender volunteers offering support for transgender people. Available 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. PST.

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386: American crisis support and suicide prevention for LGBT youth ages 13-24.

Veterans Crisis Line

Call 1-800-273-8255, Text 838255: Support line for U.S veterans, staffed 24/7 by Department of Veterans Affairs responders. Online chat is also available.

Crisis Text Line

(Canada) – Text 686868: Canadian message-based crisis support and suicide prevention


(US) – A warmline is a peer-run listening line staffed by people in recovery themselves and listed by state.

Some Resouces

offers worldwide free, confidential support from a real person.

Project Semicolon

is a grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for people all over the world experiencing mental health.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.

The Trevor Project

provides information & support to LGBTQ young people 24/7, all year round.

Remember: Don’t choose a permanent solution to a temporary problem. You are worth fighting for another day for, reach out and let someone help you fight that fight.


Any advice given by me in direct message, on stream or through this site and the above list of mental health resources is not and should not be a substitute for seeking medical advice and professional counselling from a mental health professional. While I want to provide you with resources, I do not endorse or recommend any particular site, treatment, therapy or resource unless explicitly stated otherwise. I’ve provided you these links at my sole discretion but have not necessarily vetted or reviewed any particular resource. I, Andrew “t3r0” Anderson, assume no liability for the use of the information or resources on these sites and encourage you to use your own best judgment when reviewing these resources.

If you live in the US and you’re having suicidal thoughts, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or dial 9-1-1. If you’re outside the US, you can find local crisis lines at If you’re even debating whether you should call them, you should call them. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline handles all psychological crises, not just suicide.