Here to lift you up
when you feel down

Everyone deserves to live emotionally happier, healthier lives. Its normal to get sad or anxious sometimes. But if these feelings keep up, it may be depression. Here are some resources to help.

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Support you can count on

If you’d like help with mental and emotional needs, you can rely on your care team. They provide ongoing, one-on-one support for depression, anxiety and stress. We’ve got your back, when you’re ready.

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Need help right away?

If you or your child are having a mental health emergency right now, call 911 911. You can also go to the nearest ER. Or visit a walk-in mental health crisis center. If you need someone to talk to, call:

Tennessee Mental Health Crisis Hotline
1-855-274-7471 1-855-274-7471
OR National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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Primary care providers can help

Talk to your primary care provider (PCP) about emotional or mental health needs. They can do screenings and recommend treatments. They can also connect you to a behavioral health specialist, but you don’t need a referral. Just make sure the provider takes your plan.

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The more you know, the more it helps

Understanding depression can help you cope with it better. Here are some helpful resources that you can use whenever you need them.

Free online support

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance is a great resource. They offer webinars, podcasts, online support groups and more.

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Myths & facts

A lot of people have opinions about depression. But they’re not always based on facts. It’s important to know what’s real.

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