If You Need Help Immediately, Please Take Advantage of These Resources

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

Call: 800.622.HELP (4357)
Text: 435748


Call: 800.273.TALK (8255)
Text: 988

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Call: 800.799.SAFE (7233)
Text: START to 88788

Workplace Violence Prevention Helpline

Call: 877.987.3747

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Call: 888.373.7888
Text: 233733

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Call: 800.656.4673

Veterans Association

Call: 800.273.8255

National Eating Disorder Association

Call: 800.931.2237

The Trevor Project

Call: 866.488.7386


Call: 800.950.NAMI (6264)
Text: 62640

Crisis Text Line

Text: 741741

Caution Statement

Discussions and presentations of trauma-related content pose a potential for traumatization or retraumatization. As you engage in this content, please practice in active mindfulness and self-care, as it is normal and predictable for a participant to experience heightened sensations, awareness, and emotionality during an exploration of the impacts of trauma on a person’s quality of life. 

We highly encourage you to engage in therapeutic practices with a professional for the duration of this course, as activation of unresolved traumas can linger in the system unknowingly until stimuli activates a trauma-response. Having the support of a therapeutic professional drastically decreases the potential for retraumatization, as you have the ability to quickly process and resolve the situation.

If at any point you find yourself experiencing a trauma-response, please reach out to your facilitator for support and resource referrals, contact your mental health professional, or reach out to a national service, such as those listed below.