Disability Rights Wisconsin believes in and fights for the rights of all people with disabilities, including those whose disability is related to mental health. We are here to help ensure that your civil liberties, your rights to quality care, and your freedom from discrimination are not infringed.
Mental health is a very important topic in disability rights, and we at Disability Rights Wisconsin are committed to covering it as best we can, by providing you with the best resources we have on issues of mental health and psychiatric care, as well as representing and advocating on behalf of those with disabilities related to mental health.
Other places that may be able to help you:
You can find more information on this topic from these websites and publications:
If you are having suicidal thoughts, or are in a crisis situation, please call:
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-8255
- Immediate emotional support: Text “HOPELINE” to: 741741
- Solstice House (24/7 non-crisis warmline): (608) 244-5077
- Iris Place (24/7 non-crisis warmline): (920) 815-3217
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