Nevada Depression Hotline

Nearly 18% of Nevada adults were diagnosed with depression and/or anxiety in 2020, according to the United Health Foundation. Unfortunately, Nevada also ranked 47th out of all fifty states two years ago in overall access to mental healthcare. The state is consistently toward the bottom of this list.

It’s clear that Nevada residents are in need of help for depression and anxiety. Fortunately, there are free and anonymous helplines available to all residents. These phone numbers are more than just digits on your smartphone. Call today and receive immediate assistance for any and all mental health issues, including depression and/or anxiety.

The National Depression Hotline

Anybody anywhere can call 866-629-4564 to reach a specialist with The National Depression Helpline. It’s a free, confidential, around-the-clock helpline for depression and/or anxiety. Call now for immediate assistance, or click here to visit the website which offers a wealth of additional information and resources. When you’re ready, we’re here to listen.

Crisis Support Services of Nevada

CSSNV exists to serve Nevada residents free and confidential information and counseling for any matter of mental health. Call 800-273-8255 or text “CARE” to 839863 to reach a professional who will assist. Visit the CSSNV website by clicking here.

NAMI HelpLine

The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers a helpline for all US residents to receive assistance for depression and/or any form of mental issue. Call 800-950-6264 from Monday to Friday, 10AM to 10PM, or text “HelpLine” to 62640. You may also visit the Nevada-specific NAMI website, which offers a wealth of info, by clicking here.

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Our Mission

Our goal is to provide resources for people struggling with depression. We know how hard it is to find reliable, and free resources to help yourself or a loved one. This website does just that. If you want to talk, getting help for depression is only a phone call away. Our free hotline is available 24/7.

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