Helping Give Away Psychological Science/Coping with Shootings Toolkit

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It is understandable to feel hopeless right now. Below are some important resources you can use to improve mental health and find relief. If you are having thoughts of suicide please seek help. Please know you are not alone. There is help.
Link to Suicide Resources:

~ National suicide hotline 24/7: 1-800-273-8255 ~ Crisis Textline 24/7: Text HOME to 741741 ~
~ Coping With Suicidal Thoughts ~ Suicide Prevention in Schools ~

Not suicidal but still want help? Click on a link below!
~ Coping with COVID-19 ~ Coping with Social Isolation ~ Finding a Therapist ~ Other Resources ~
[Master List of Mental Health Resources]
~ More at HGAPS.org ~



This page brings together general resources for coping with mass shootings. These resources were compiled by Helping Give Away Psychological Science, a non-profit focused on dissemination and connecting people to resources from which they could greatly benefit.

Helpful Pages[edit | edit source]

Coping with Shooting[edit | edit source]

Helping Give Away Psychological Science/Coping with shooting

Resources for Dealing with a School Shooting[edit | edit source]

SCCAP/Resources for Dealing with a School Shooting

Psychological First Aid[edit | edit source]

SCCAP/Resources for Dealing with a School Shooting/Psychological First Aid

Resources for Where and How to Find a Therapist[edit | edit source]

Helping Give Away Psychological Science/Resources/Annotated List of Where and How to Find a Therapist

General Infographics[edit | edit source]

Location-Specific Infographics[edit | edit source]

Boulder, Colorado[edit | edit source]

Knoxville, Tennessee[edit | edit source]