The Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina (BDFNC) knows that physical health and mental health go hand-in-hand. BDFNC has ongoing initiatives dedicated to improving the mental health of people with bleeding disorders and their loved ones. Here is a list of resources to help you manage your emotional wellness and mental health. If there is anything else you need related to mental health, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are here for you.
If you are at imminent risk of suicide, harm to others, or currently experiencing a mental health emergency crisis situation, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
To do a search for mental health crisis walk-in centers by county please visit the NCDHHS site here.
If no walk-in crisis center is available in your county, please go to the nearest Emergency Department. If the person in crisis cannot be safely transported to a walk-in crisis center or Emergency Department, please call 911.
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to be connected with a crisis counselor 24/7.
Suicide Prevention Line: Call 1-800-273-TALK(8255)
Hope4NC Helpline: to connect North Carolinians to mental health resources: 1-855-587-3463
National Parent Helpline: providing emotional support and advocacy: 1-855-427-2736
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) North Carolina is the state affiliate of NAMI that raises awareness and provides education, advocacy, and support for people affected by mental illness. There are additional affiliate chapters across North Carolina.
Mental Health America (MHA) is the leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting overall mental health to all. MHA has several affiliate chapters across North Carolina.
Crisis Solutions North Carolina is an initiative of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) – Division of Mental Health and Development Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services.
Psychology Today is a website designed to help you find therapists, psychiatrists, and other mental health providers.
North Carolina Families United is a family support and advocacy organization for children and youth who have a mental health and/or intellectual diagnosis.
You can contact the social worker at your Hemophilia Treatment Center for general (non-urgent) mental health questions or contact your primary care provider to discuss mental health treatment and possibly obtain a referral to a mental health provider.