Part of what makes theatre so powerful is how in-touch it can make us with our emotions. We know that kind of vulnerability can yield a multitude of responses, and want you to feel safe and supported to process what Jump brings up for you. Below are resources should you or a friend find them helpful. Whether you have come to this page after or prior to witnessing this important story, we thank you for sharing in this space with us.
- 211 Maryland
- 211 offers free and confidential support, through a partnership with the Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration. For immediate support, call 2-1-1 and Press 1.
- Mental Health Association of Maryland
- The MHAMD has a website full of resources aimed to support all people in achieving their full potential—free from stigma and prejudice.
- Chase Brexton
- Providing health care to Baltimoreans in the LGBTQ+ community since the 70s. They have a variety of Mental Health resources available from one-on-one therapy to group counseling!
- Black Mental Health Alliance
- Dedicated to developing, promoting and sponsoring trusted culturally-relevant educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and their communities.
- Sheppard Pratt
- The largest private, nonprofit provider of mental health, special education, substance use, developmental disability, and social services in Baltimore.
- Pierce’s Park
- Just a short walk from our theatre, this “playground for the senses” was built by the friends and family of Pierce J. Flanigan, III to celebrate his legacy and harmony in the world around us. A perfect calming environment for reflection.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.8255
- Free and confidential, has prevention and crisis resources
- Psychology Today – Find a Therapist
- Enter your zip code and be connected to providers, therapy groups, and treatment facilities
- University Campus Health + Wellness
- All universities offer services to support the health and well-being of their students. Most of these resources can be found by contact your institution’s Accessibility and Disability Services or Health Centers.