Peer Counseling & Crisis Support Services

Project LETS believes that peer support is the foundation of mental health care. We have multiple routes/ways you can access our services: 

[Virtual Options] You can:

  1. Send an email to: describing your needs, and how a Peer Mental Health Advocate (PMHA) could best support you. We reply to all peer counseling inquires within 5 days. 
  2. Access our Peer Crisis Line (the bright orange box below) and send us a message. If our PMHAs are not immediately available, your message will be sent to our team, and we will reply within 24 hours. If you need an urgent reply, type "URGENT" in the subject line, and a PMHA will reply to you within 1 hour. 
  3. Search through our PMHAs bios/photos, and select one you'd like to work with! If making a match on your own is too difficult, don't worry, we can always make one for you.

[In-Person Options] You can:

  1. Search to see if Project LETS has a chapter at your middle school, high school, or college/university.
  2. Search to see if there is a Community PMHA program in your area. [coming soon]
  3. Search to see if there are any current LETS Spaces in your area. 

If not, consider starting one of these resources for your community. 

University Advocacy Services 

Project LETS believes that one of the greatest equalizing factors in our society is higher education. Historically, mentally ill & neurodivergent students have been left out, discriminated against, and unable to matriculate with other able-bodied students; and this is still a reality for our most marginalized students. 

Did you know: Under Title II and Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, institutions are required to provide accommodations for students with both visible and invisible disabilities.

You can:

  1. Submit a University Report to Project LETS notifying our organization of the policy, behavior, or issue. 
  2. Learn what laws you're protected by 
  3. Request a National PMHA to support you [PMHAs can help provide emotional support, or provide more advocacy-related services, such as helping to file a grievance report] 
  4. Request a meeting with our team via phone, video conference, or in-person to discuss on-campus efforts and how to address ongoing challenges.
  5. Project LETS can provide direct assistance to students who are currently navigating an on-campus disability-related process [such as: medical leave]

Connections to Professional Resources

Project LETS believes that we all deserve access to culturally, socially, and structurally competent healing- on our own terms. We are building out a network of providers, healers, and attorneys who are committed to providing pro-bono services to folks within our community. 

You can: 

  1. Request a PMHA help you find or connect to a provider
  2. Email us and ask for recommendations