Community Resources

The services, programs, and agencies listed in this section are intended as suggestions to supplement traditional mental health services.  While these agencies may provide excellent services, they are not licensed by and do not receive funding from the Montgomery County Office of Mental Health.  Therefore, if you intend to access these services, please be sure to act as your own advocate and investigate the merit and appropriateness of each service and agency before enlisting in a program.

Also, please be sure to check the “Quick Links” section of the sidebar on the right for more resources.

Online/Virtual SupportMH hotlone

HHS is continuing to provide mental health and drug and alcohol services through contracted community providers. Many of these services are now available through telehealth methods.

  • Montgomery County: The MontCo Mobile Crisis team is available 24/7: 1-855-634-HOPE (4673)

Montgomery County Peer Support or Teen Talk Line
Sunday through Saturday, 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM

For Adults

Call: 855-715-8255
Text: 267-225-7785    

For Teens

Call: 866-825-5856
Text: 215-703-8411

  • PA Support and Referral Helpline: From anywhere in PA, you can reach the state’s warm line, which is toll-free and round-the-clock support line: 1-855-284-2494; For TTY, dial 724-631-5600.
  • Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988

Montgomery County/Local Resources

Guide for Youth: Mental Health Resources and Supports

CIC (Creating Increased Connections) flyer or The Montgomery County Community Hearing Voices Network 

Family Peer Support and Advocacy Program, FamilyWorx, is now located at HopeWorx. FamilyWorx is for family members to share information, support, and advocacy services. 

NAMI of Montgomery County offers various free support groups (virtual options).

All Community Behavioral Health Centers (CBHCs) providers are continuing to provide service and can provide therapy via the phone. 

State/National Resources

Children’s Book - “My Hero is You, How Kids Can Fight COVID-19!” 


  • Virtual Drop-In Meetings
  • Thrive for Hope: Youth & Young Adult VIRTUAL Support Group.  Every Thursday 4pm to 5pm. Info below! Click to Join Meeting. Thrive for Hope is a peer-led emotional support group for youth and young adults between the ages of 16 - 29. There are no doctors, therapists, or other medical professionals here, and are not able to give medical advice. Their purpose is simply to support one another through lived experience, strength, and Hope.  

Western Mass RLC •  Virtual Alternative 2 Suicide Support Groups: here; Online and phone supports