Mental Health

Mental health care matters. It is important to invest in our mental wellness as we would in our physical wellness. Having resources and tools to support your mental health can help you maintain your overall health.

If you are having a mental health emergency please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

CALL 988

Crisis Text Line

Text “Helpline” to 62640
to reach the NAMI Crisis Text Line M-F 10am-10pm ET

1 in 5 Americans

are affected by a mental health condition and 1/3 people with chronic disorders experience symptoms of depression. If you are impacted by daily or long-term stressors of living with a bleeding disorder, talk to your health care provider about developing a support plan.


Stress is a normal part of life.

However, during the COVID pandemic, stress may become more difficult for many of us to manage. COVID-19 has been devastating in ways that we never imagined. The losses we may have experienced can lead to grief. Often, this grief can affect how we react to a situation or the choices we make. Click here to read more about the types of grief you may be experiencing and strategies for coping with it:

Harvard Business Review

That Discomfort You Are Feeling Is Grief:

Understanding Grief in the Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic:


“There is no health without mental health.”

Dan Gillison,

Director of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Helpful Tips When Searching for A Mental Health Professional

Types of Mental Health Professionals

Search Online Databases by Credentials


13 of the Best Mental Health Apps to Use


HFA Patient Assistance Portal

The Website and the Content of the Website are for Educational Purposes and not intended to be Medical Advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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