NAMI’s operations are restricted solely to the USA. We understand that many countries lack sufficient resources to serve the needs of mental health care, but we simply do not have resources to serve residents in other countries.
Several options may help you find information on resources in your country:
- You may want to visit to the website of talkingegg.info which has international mental health resources organized by country.
- The website of Psychology Today provides a search for therapists and support groups for countries in Western Europe as well as Canada, Australia and New Zealand. On the menu bar, click on the “globe” icon to the far right and select your country from the drop-down menu. There, you can enter the name of the city where you are seeking treatment. The database will then generate a list comprised of individual mental health providers, support groups and treatment facilities. You can then sort the list by numerous factors, among them, insurance, mental health condition, type of therapy, language, etc.
- The website of Mental Health Europe provides an interactive map that provides information on helplines and support organizations for young people in all European countries.
- International Association for Suicide Prevention offers information on crisis centers in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America.
- Suicide.org provides a list of international suicide hotlines (outside of the United States).