Resources & Reporting
BGSU Counseling Center
104 College Park,
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Harbor Behavioral Health
Helping people lead better lives by providing comprehensive care for crisis, addiction and mental health recovery.
P.O. Box 29
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Wood County Hospital Emergency Room
Immediate attention for physical crisis
950 W. Wooster Street
Bowling Green, OH 43403
“MY3” helps create "a safety net of communication for individuals who are feeling suicidal". You are able to add contacts for easy access during a crisis and create your own safety plan that lists coping strategies and helpful resources in your area.
Operation Reach Out App
Operation Reach Out is geared toward military personnel who may be in distress or contemplating suicide. It has videos that are encouraging for someone who may be in distress but also for a friend who may be concerned for another person. The app provides internet resources and different activities to try when someone is in distress.
The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project provides confidential services via phone, text messaging, and instant messaging for the LGTBQ+ community during times of crisis. It is the largest safe social networking community for LGBTQ+ youth.
Veterans Crisis Line –
1-800-273-TALK (8255) *Press 1
The Veterans Crisis Line provides phone, text messaging, and instant messaging services to Veterans and their families who may be experiencing a crisis. The support is free of charge, confidential, and offered 24 hours a day.
Community Provider Search
A local, off-campus community mental health provider search. The database contains information supplied directly by the providers.
NAMI Wood County - National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI Wood County is a leading self-help organization offering events, free educational classes, support groups, and other programs addressing mental health for Bowling Green, Ohio and all surrounding Wood county communities.
Wood County Crisis Line
24-hour Crisis Intervention, Information and Referral
Phone: 419-502-HOPE (4673)
The Jason Foundation: A Friend Asks App
“A Friend Asks” provides resources and information for those thinking about suicide and for their friends. It includes warning signs of distress and ways to help start the conversation with your friend who may be suicidal.
It Gets Better App
It Gets Better is an app that provides support for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. The app consists of videos from others in the LGBT community who want to let viewers know that “It gets better!”. The messages are uplifting and aim to help those who have dealt with harassment, discrimination, hatred, and more.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline –
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour crisis line for those thinking about suicide or in distress. The service is free of charge and confidential. The call is routed to the nearest crisis center when you call as a way to provide you with local services and resources as a follow up.