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You have the right to feel respected, safe and heard during our sessions. Culturally-competent treatment includes all aspects of your identity, such as the broad spectrum of gender, sexuality, racial and ethnic identity, ability status, age, education level, religious and spiritual beliefs, and relationship status. All of you matters.

Equity dipicted by the outsretched hands of people with different skin colour people


If you are experiencing an emergency of any kind, PLEASE CALL 911 or go to your closest emergency room immediately.



If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. PLEASE CALL 988 or 1.800.273.8255 (Suicide & Crisis Lifeline)

The links below are provided as a convenience: they do not imply endorsement.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline written in green and black
Trans Lifeline written in black and purple
Substance Abuse Treatment Locator logo in blue
Crisis Text Line Logo in red colour
GLBT National Health Center logo in white background
NEDA logo  in white background
Georgia Crisis & Access Line logo
Stanley Brown Safety Planning Intervention logo in black and white
ANAD logo in black and purple
SAMHSA logo in white background
NAMI logo in blue colour
RAINN ORG logo in white background
The Trevor Project logo in orange colour
The Hotline logo The National Domestic Violence Hotline in white background
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