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Mental Health Resources

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, continue to keep in contact with others and check on each other’s mental health. Phone calls or video chats can help you and your loved ones feel less lonely and isolated.

If you need additional help, feel free to contact the following organizations, who provide free and confidential crisis counseling, emotional support, and community resources:

National Suicide Lifeline: 1(800) 273-TALK (8255)
Veterans Crisis Line: 1(800) 273-TALK (8255) - Press 1 Chat-VeteransCrisisLine.netor Text 838255
Crisis Text Line: Text "HELLO" to 741741

Navajo Nation Mental Health Helplines

Need Help? Navajo residents can call Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., to the Navajo Navajo Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services - Mental Health Helplines at:

  • Chinle: (928) 674-2190
  • Dilkon: (928) 657-8000
  • Fort Defiance: (928) 729-4012
  • Kaibeto: (928)673-3267
  • Kayenta: (928) 697-6777
  • Newlands: (928) 688-3475
  • Red Mesa: (505) 368-1438
  • Tuba City: (928) 283-3346
  • Crownpoint Region: (505) 786-2111
  • Gallup Region: (505) 722-9470
  • Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center: (928) 551-0508

Need Help after 5:00 p.m. or during the weekend? Call the following numbers:

  • Chinle: (928) 551-0247
  • Dilkon: (928) 551-0624
  • Fort Defiance: (928) 551-0247
  • Kaibeto: (928) 551-0624
  • Newlands: (928) 551-0247
  • Red Mesa: (505) 551-0394
  • Tuba City: (928) 551-0624
  • Crownpoint Region: (928) 797-3413
  • Gallup Region: (505) 551-0566
  • Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center: (928) 551-0508
Resilient Arizona
Emotional wellbeing is just as important as physical wellbeing. Help is available, call 2-1-1 or visit 24/7 to get connected.
New Mexico COVID-19 Support Services
New Mexico Navajo citizens can contact the New Mexico COVID-19 Support Services at (505) 954-1057 to receive free, anonymous, and confidential to alleviate the mental, emotional, stress, and anxiety you have been carrying.
Utah Strong Recovery Project
Utah Navajo citizens can contact the Utah Strong Recovery Project to receive free, anonymous, and confidential counseling.
Let your feelings out. Talk with a trusted friend, a professional, or write in a journal.
Help is available, call (385) 386-2289 or visit UtahStrong@utah.gov from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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