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Mental Health Resources

Copper Beech Institute is committed to supporting the well-being of our community members. Although we are not a clinical organization offering therapy or addiction treatment services, mindfulness and resilience practices can have powerful impacts on participant mental health. We encourage you to explore these resources. If you have further questions, please contact

If you are in a life-threatening situation, please call 911 to request immediate crisis intervention or call the following:

Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

CT Health and Human Services: Call 211 or visit
SAMHSA Helpline: 800-662-4357
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988
Veterans Crisis Line: Call 800-273-8255; Text 838255
Substance Abuse Helpline: 800-662-HELP
Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860
GLBT National Hotline: 888-843-4564

Find A Therapist: In-Person or Online


Psychology Today

Psychology Today offers a database of therapists in the United States. You can narrow your search by filtering issues, insurance, gender, types of therapy, age, price and more.


BetterHelp offers accessible, affordable and convenient therapy for individuals, couples and teens.


TalkSpace is another online therapy service for individuals, couples and teens. They offer therapy on live video, text or phone.


Cerebral is a mental health subscription that provides clients with ongoing, comprehensive access to online care and medication management for a monthly rate. offers a complete cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) subscription including live therapy sessions, worksheets, activity plans, yoga and more.

Regain Us

Regain is an online therapy platform for individuals or couples seeking therapy for relationship or marital issues.

Addiction Services



The Connecticut Council for Addiction Recover (CCAR) offers multiple pathways including Recovery Coach Chat, Virtual Support Meetings, and Telephone Recovery Support, and more.

Virtual AA Meetings

The Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous provides a directory of AA meetings following the 12-Step program.

Virtual NA Meetings

Virtual NA offers a list of global online & phone Narcotics Anonymous Meetings. The meetings are sorted by language and day of the week.

Black, Indigenous & People of Color Resources


One Village Healing

Based in New Haven, CT, One Village Healing is a womxn of color lead nonprofit dedicated to offering brace spaces for all people to heal from the impacts of systems of oppression.

BIPOC Monthly Meditation Group

Copper Beech Institute offers a monthly meditation group for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to comfortably gather in a part guided and part silent meditation practice.

Clinicians of Color

BIPOC Support: Mental Illness or Substance Use Issues

Clinicians of Color offers a database of therapists with the ability to filter by location, insurance, treatment style and more.

Live Another Day

Live Another Day provides the following resource guides specifically for members of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color community struggling with substance abuse or mental illness.

Therapy for Black Men

Therapy for Black Men strives to break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness. They have a database of therapists and coaches as well as financial assistance.

The Loveland Foundation

The Loveland Foundation offers financial assistance and is sometimes available for between four and eight sessions for Black women and girls.

The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation

This foundation helps Black Americans receive mental health services. The organization’s Free Virtual Therapy Support Campaign pays for up to five individual sessions — first come, first served — until all funds are committed or exhausted.

Spanish-Language Resources

A chart of selected SAMHSA resources available in English and/or Spanish for Hispanic/Latino populations compiled by SAMHSA’s Office of Behavioral Health Equity

Latinx Therapy

Latinx Therapy offers a database of therapists, podcast, courses, workshops, and more wellness resources.

CT NASW Latinx Directory

The CT National Association of Social Workers has a list of Connecticut-based Latinx social workers and includes information such as credentials, specialties, languages, and contact information.

AAPI Addiction & Mental Health Resources

Detox Local offers the Asian American and Pacific Islander community 41 addiction and mental health resources.

2SLGBTQIA+ Resources


Pride Counseling

Pride Counseling offers online therapy for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. They pride themselves in being discreet, accessible and convenient.


The National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) offers a directory of queer & trans therapists of color filtered by distance, sliding scale, telehealth, and accepting new clients.

After-Incarceration Resources

Community Partners in Action

Reentry and Employment Services are specifically for people returning to the Hartford area after a prison stay. They offer basic needs assistance, stabilizing support, “employability” skills, job hunting program and career certification training.

GoodWorks CT

GoodWorks CT provides a gender-specific mentoring and support program for women who have been recently incarcerated. They offer weekly workshops, counseling sessions and more.

Additional Resources


Toivo is a peer-run, nonprofit that offers classes, workshops and groups for holistic healing & stress management. Alternatives to Suicide is a peer-run support group focused on connection, relationship building, and community among those who experience suicidal thoughts and associated feelings.

Klingberg Family Centers

Klingberg Family Centers is a CT nonprofit offering children and families services including after-school programs, trauma services, visitation services, group homes, outpatient clinics, and more.

Hearing Voices Network

Hearing Voices Network offers resources for people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual perceptions.

Deaf Counseling Center

Deaf Counseling Center is a Deaf-owned and operated counseling and consulting practice staffed by Deaf licensed professional therapists.


Support Embrace Empower Mental health Advocacy (SEEMA) offers a list of Muslim Mental Health Professionals.

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