NOMV's List

This list was created by gathering peer recommendations and utilizing additional researched sources. You are receiving recommendations from fellow veterinary professionals about resources in their area that they use/like. Resources may change over time, or your experience with the resource may be different from that of the recommender. In no way are any of the recommendations officially endorsed by NOMV. NOMV is simply making these known resources available. Any issues or red flags with listed resources should be addressed by emailing

This database is:

  • Peer suggested resources
  • Vetted by volunteer mental health professionals
  • Evolving – new resources are added as they become available

The database is not:

  • Comprehensive (listing all resources everywhere)
  • Created by mental health professionals 
  • An endorsement of any of these resources by NOMV

If you are a veterinary professional that would like to add additional resources to this list, please submit the resource for review.

NOMV’s List

An online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.

  • Location: United States
  • Restrictions: Black women and girls


Outpatient therapy specifically tailored for veterinary staff mental health, run by former Veterinary Social Worker. This therapist is a former Veterinary Social Worker, with over…

  • Location: Boston >> Massachusetts >> United States
  • Restrictions: Therapy is only provided to Massachusetts residents due to license restrictions. Coaching is available to all.

 Therapist/Counselor /  Boston

Through our Steps to Stability Program; we help to facilitate the movement from transitional assistance to permanent housing for the individual who are willing and…

  • Location: USA>North Carolina>Charlotte
  • Restrictions: LGBTQIA+

 LGBTQIA+ /  Charlotte

Time Out Youth’s Host Home Program helps LGBTQ youth who have been kicked out their homes due to sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression.

  • Location: USA>North Carolina>Charlotte
  • Restrictions: “Be 18-23 years old. Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning. Be drug-free and willing to submit to a drug test. Submit to a criminal background check. Be employed, looking for employment, or in school.”

 LGBTQIA+ /  Charlotte

The Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line, available 24 hours a day/365 days a year, is a resource for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.   All calls…

  • Location: USA>Tennessee

 Crisis Lines /  TENNESSEE

24/7 online peer to peer mental health community to enable young people, from the age of 16-31, to be able to access the digital platform…

  • Location: United Kingdom> Scotland> Orkney
  • Restrictions: Anyone can use the site, but only ages 16-31 can use the code for free in this region.

 Other /  Orkney

24/7 crisis line

  • Location: Canada>Ontario>Toronto

 Crisis Lines /  Toronto

Trans Lifeline is a peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers. *This resource is divested from the police.

  • Location: United States
  • Restrictions: For folks who are transgender or questioning their gender identity


A peer-support crisis hotline. The Hotline was, and still is, the only service in the country in which all operators are transgender.

  • Location: United States
  • Restrictions: LGBTQIA+


Regular support meetings, socials, and special events for trans & gender diverse folks (and allies) to connect, support, and be with one another. A dynamic…

  • Location: USA>Oregon>Eugene
  • Restrictions: LGBTQIA+

 LGBTQIA+ /  Eugene

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