• Curbside Free Meal Pick-up for D65 Students
  • Recursos Alimenticios
  • City of Evanston Food Resources List
  • Evanston Skokie School District 65 COVID-19 Response
  • District 65 PTA Council List of Resources
  • Chicago COVID-19 Resource Repository
  • Preguntas frecuentes sobre Crisis y personas sin hogar en Evanston
  • Evanston Homeless and Crisis FAQ
  • State of Illinois COVID-19 Response
  • National PTA COVID-19 Resources
  • Childcare—ETHS Student Babysitters/Parent's Helper

National Helplines & Hotlines

  • All of these services are immediate, free, confidential and accessible online, by phone, live chat and via text.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Services available in Spanish.

    Disaster Distress Hotline
    Staffed 24/7 with Crisis Counselors
    Able to speak with you or if your loved one is experiencing emotional distress based on natural disaster/human cause disaster
    (800) 985-5990
    Text TalkWithUs to 66746

    National Information and Resources Hotline
    This Line is staffed by mental health practitioners
    Available 24 hours/day
    Confidential; 180 languages; "Boots on the ground" referral service that is staffed by professionals
    Dial 211
    Text your zip code to 898-211

    Nurses On-Call
    Nurses On-Call is a health advice and physician referral service line that Research Medical Center provides to the public free of charge—a free nurse hotline for uninsured, insured, no insurance, etc.
    Reach a registered nurse 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
    (816) 276-6405

    Crisis Text Hotline
    Text you message to 741741 and a mental health provider will respond

    (800) 356-4637
    National Sexual Assault Hotline

    National Domestic Violence Hotline
    (800) 799-7253

    National Child Protection Services
    (800) 422-4453