Florida Crisis Resources

Florida Crisis Resources

Alma is not an emergency service. If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs immediate help, please use the list of resources below. Caring professionals are available to provide you with support and understanding.


24-Hour hotlines

Organization Name

Service Type

Contact Information

Services offered: Free, 24/7 help for those who are in crisis or experiencing distress. 

Who they serve: Anyone.

For more national resources, see National Crisis Resources.

Call or text 988 to reach a live representative

Florida Blue Grief Counseling Line

For anyone in need of grief counseling or emotional support. 

Service: Confidential 24-hour crisis hotline with Bilingual services available.

Call: 1 (833)-848-1762

Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

For individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. 

Service: Confidential 24-hour hotline providing crisis counseling and outside referral support. 

Call: 2-1-1

Crisis Hotline of Central Florida

For anyone in Central Florida experiencing a mental health crisis or wanting to connect with mental health services.

Service: Confidential 24-hour crisis hotline.

Call: 1 (727) 791-3131

CHS Florida

For anyone experiencing mental health crisis including anxiety, depression, suicidality, domestic violence, or general safety and well-being.

Service: Confidential Hotline

Call or Text: 1 (888)-733-6303

Mental Health Association of Florida

For anyone experiencing mental health crisis or suicidality. 

Hillsborough County: 1 (813) 234-1234


Lake County:1 (352) 483-2800

Marion County: 1 (352) 629-9595

Orlando: 1 (407) 425-2624 


Pinellas County: 1 (727) 791-3131 


Other resources

Organization Name

Service Type

Contact Information

Mobile Response Team in South Florida

For adults, children, and youth in South Florida experiencing mental health crises including suicidality.

Service: Crisis intervention and support along with access to additional services  


(305) 774-3616 or (305) 774-3617

COVID-19 Emotional Support Line

For anyone experiencing worry, frustration, or loneliness as part of the pandemic. 

Service: Support hotline. 

Call: 1 (844)-693-5457

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