Mental Health Resources
At Jazz Therapy, we believe there is nothing more important than your mental health and your physical health. Below are some mental health resources.
SAMHSA Crisis Line (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/988
If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal or in emotional crisis, you can call or text this 24/7, 365 days a year hotline. Simply Call or text: 988
National Mental Health Hotline: https://mentalhealthhotline.org/
This is another 24/7 crisis hotline to call for support. (866) 903-3787
The Jazz History Tree
This website offers an incredible history of Jazz, written by Daokta Pippins.
One of the best jazz radio stations in the country (IMHO), their jazz library is the 3rd largest in the Untied States, behind The Smithsonian, and Rutgers University (NJ). I began listening to this station when I lived in the Bay Area, in Berkeley, CA. I owe a great deal of my jazz education to the incredible DJ’s at KCSM. Some of my favorites:
- Sunny Buxton, on Saturday’s for “Midday Jazz,” from 10-2, and
- Jesse “Chuy” Varela, who hosts “Latin Jazz,” on Sunday’s from 2-6.
- “Jazz Oasis,” everyday from 6-10pm, hosts varying
Though I no longer live in the Bay Area, I often listen to jazz on the KCSM app, or livestreaming on my laptop. You can, too.
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