These resources have been expressly curated for people diagnosed with severe and ongoing mental illness, and their advocates. For any additional questions not answered here, visit our contact page.

Crisis Help

For the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline dial 988.

For NYC’s hotline, text WELL to 65173, call 1-888-NYC-WELL, or visit to live chat with someone who can help.

These resources are designed to help with problems of stress, depression, drug and alcohol use disorders, funding opportunities, and implementation resources for strengthening suicide prevention and mental health crisis services.

The Hero’s Journey Curriculum

Joseph Campbell was an American mythologist, writer, teacher, and story teller. He created a framework that describes all the stories people tell, including those we tell ourselves. We have adapted this framework so you can use it to overcome large and small difficulties you face in your day to day life. Explore the process by clicking the link below.

The hero’s journey:

Medical Transportation Paid for by Medicaid

If you are on Medicaid, you may be eligible to have Medicaid pay for your rides to and from scheduled medical appointments.

This service is provided directly by Gateway Counseling Center through our subsidiary GCC Transportation LLC.

Clients of this service pay nothing out of pocket for this Medicaid-covered service, and enjoy door-to-door transportation for non-emergency medical services.

Wheelchair accessible vehicles are always available, and scheduling recurring rides is a breeze.

For more information, call (718)-733-3000. or visit

New York State Mental Health Program Search

New York’s Office of Mental Health provides a comprehensive search of mental health providers in the state, filtered by county. Please take advantage of this valuable resource.

NYS Office of Mental Health State Resources

The New York State Office of Mental Health has a myriad of useful resources for the general public.