Crisis resources

Many people experience this kind of thinking with depression. If these thoughts become more specific or persistent, it’s important to get help—Hey Jane is not a substitute for crisis care.

Below are some resource if you are in crisis now or at any point:

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Call 988
24-hour, toll-free, confidential support for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

Crisis Text Line 

Text HELLO to 741-741

Get connected 24/7 to a crisis counselor, who can review stress-relief techniques and help connect you to local resources.

HHS's Maternal Mental Health Hotline

1-833-9-HELP4MOMS (1-833-943-5746)

24/7 free, confidential support in English and Spanish with professional counselors as well as access to resources.

PSI Warmline

Not an emergency? Leave a message and a volunteer who specializes in talking about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders will get back to you within one day.

Unfortunately at this time, Hey Jane care is not appropriate to handle people with the severity of depression that you are experiencing. We recommend you reach out to these trusted resources:

Valera Health

Access your therapist and psychiatrist in one place, with a dedicated health connector to help coordinate your care and support your wellness goals throughout your treatment. Use this link to directly schedule an intake appointment.

Motherhood Center

(212) 335-0035 or go directly to their website 

Whether you are looking for a support group for new parents, individual therapy, or more intensive services to help you feel better, the Motherhood Center offers something to every person making the transition to parenthood.