Gateway’s Student Support Counselors offer free, scheduled sessions via Zoom with students. Schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-247-7122. Visit gtc.edu/counseling for more resources.
- Kenosha: Please call Kenosha County’s Emergency Crisis and Intervention 24-hour hotline for immediate help 1-800-236-7188. Visit the Kenosha County Behavioral Health Services webpage for more information as well as their Mental Health and Substance Abuse resources
- Racine: If you need immediate help, please call your county’s Emergency Crisis and Intervention 24-hour hotline: Racine County: 262-638-6741. Also visit the Racine County Behavioral Health Services department webpage for more resources.
- Walworth: If you need immediate help in Walworth County please call Walworth County’s Emergency Crisis and Intervention 24-hour hotline 1-800-365-1587. Visit the Walworth County’s Department of Health and Human Services’ Behavioral Health webpage for more information.
- Alcoholics Anonymous Racine Area Central Office online meetings and hotline (serving Racine, Kenosha and Walworth counties).
- Catholic Charities of Milwaukee operates nonreligious, sliding-scale behavioral health services out of their Kenosha and Racine offices and via phone or videoconference as appropriate and depending on capacity.
- 211 connects you with thousands of nonprofit and government resources in areas across Wisconsin. If you want personal assistance call the three-digit number 211 or 877-947-2211. A friendly voice to talk with you 24/7/365, including addiction recovery support.
- The Wisconsin Region of Narcotics Anonymous offers virtual meetings as well.
- Veterans can search the County Veterans Service Offices across the state of Wisconsin to connect with their county’s Veteran Service Officer and access additional resources.
- Text “HOPELINE” to 741741 to access the National Center for Suicide Awareness Hopeline
- Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255) to be routed to the crisis center nearest your area.
- The National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) put together this COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide.