If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can help at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Chat one-on-one with a trained advocate through this national helpline—available 24/7 as a confidential resource for anyone affected by the sexual abuse or assault of men. To assist participants in this goal, a 1in6 moderator (a professional counselor) will facilitate discussions with participants about issues relevant to their unwanted or abusive experience and their current efforts in recovery.
In addition, a compassionate and understanding social support network can be instrumental in the recovery of a person with an anxiety disorder.
Members of our anxiety support group will have access to the latest in social network technology including a dedicated activity stream, forum and chat room.
In addition members can participate in the larger wellness challenge through our inspirational wellness tools: wellness tracker, friend reminders, mood mapping and sending kudos.
Youth are particularly vulnerable to mental health challenges including – depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-harm, eating disorders and more. The Tribe offers a convenient and safe place for teens to connect, share stories and encouragement.
Positive social support is a critical component to developing into a healthy adult.
We ask that volunteers commit to an initial six month period.
If you are in immediate danger of seriously harming yourself or being harmed by someone else, we recommend calling 911 or going to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Members of the our support groups have found that in addition to professional therapy, sharing stories and meeting others with anxiety can be therapeutic.
In fact, many that struggle with social anxiety have found The Tribe a safe social outlet for them.
While these are open groups and you can come and go as you please, we encourage you to choose one group and attend sessions regularly to establish a sense of safety and consistency within the group.
Please note that these groups are designed as a system of support, not group therapy.
Peer support happens informally in all areas of life.