Mental Health Resources
The Adam Project – Created by Howard Gerver in memory of his son and organ donor Adam Gerver. Adam struggled with a variety of behavioral health challenges for 17 years. While his passing was tragic, he did not die in vain. Four adults benefitted from his life-saving organs. The Adam Project is a free, volunteer-supported website that aggregates free mental health resources from all over the internet, organizes them by criteria so you can customize to your needs, and provides them to you in a user-friendly feed.
Mental Health America’s Mental Health Tests – Mental Health America believes the best way to get in touch with your mental health is to evaluate it with the help of their quick, user-friendly screening tools. Each test provides a brief snapshot of where your mental health might be according to certain criteria, and provides you with resources and advice based on the way you scored.
1+1+LIFE Mentorship Program – Our emotional and educational support program is here to help those waiting for transplants, donors, recipients, and caregivers. We know how tough this journey can be, which is why we offer free support so nobody should feel alone during this process. This program makes a real difference by connecting you with mentors who have been through the transplant process themselves. Get connected with a mentor today.
Cultivating your mental health is a deeply personal process. Just like transplantation, everyone’s journey looks different. The American Transplant Foundation encourages you to invest in your mental health, reach out for support, and treat it the way you would your body- with an attentive eye and an open heart.
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. Call or text 988 or chat at 988lifeline.org. Call 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger or go to the nearest emergency room.