Referral List for NATO Medics

Emergency Services: 911
National Lawyer’s Guild Chicago: 312.913.0039
Chicago Action Medical: 872-216-6226
311 (non-emergency city services): Information about emergency food, transit, food pantries, and more
Chicago Action Medical (CAM) Crisis Hotline (May 18-21 10a-10p): 1.872.216.5306. Off-hours: camcrisishotline@gmail.com
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.7233
Veterans Crisis Line: 1.800.273.8255 (Press “1”)
Suicide Hotline: 1.800.784.2433- Connect you to local resources
Mental Health Crisis Hotline (24/7): 1.773.769.0205

Warm Lines

Georgia Peer Support Warmline (24/7): 1.888.945.1414
Cincinnati Peer Support Warmline (24/7): 513.931.9276
Veterans Peer Support Warmline (24/7): 1.877.927.8387
San Francisco Sex Info Line (M-Th 6p-12a, F 6-9p): 1.415.989.7374
National LGBT Hotline (M-F 4p-12a, Sat 12p-5p): 1.888.843.4564
Backline Pregnancy Options talk line (M-Th 8p-1a, F-Sun 1p-6p): 1.888.493.0092

Chicago Crisis Hotlines

(Use for sexual assault referrals)

State of Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.877.863.6338. Offers counseling services for people who have experienced and/or witnessed domestic violence and info on local shelters and counseling centers.
Rainbow House (Chicago) Hotline: 1.800.913.0065, TTY: 1.773.762.6802
Chicago Abused Women’s Hotline: 1.773.278.4566, TTY: 1.773.278.4114
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline: 1.888.293.2080

Holistic Healthcare

Sage Community Health Collective. 2514 W. Armitage, #205 1.847.232.4718 sagecommunityhealth@gmail.com www.sagecommunityhealth.org

12-Step Help Lines

Chicago AA (24/7): 1.312.346.1475 www.chicagoaa.org
Chicago NA (24/7): 1.708.848.4884; En Español: 1.708.848.5194 www.chicagona.org

Resist NATO community

Wellness Center: Grace Place, 637 S. Dearborn St. Hours: M14: 10a-6p, M15-17: 10a-10p, M18-20: 9a-10p, M21: 10a-10p. First Aid, chemical decontamination, health consultation, herbal remedies, bodywork, massage, and more. Accessible via Red Line, all Loop trains, and the #62 bus route.
Camping and Housing for protesters:
Trinity Episcopal Church, 125 E. 26th St. Camping available May 19-21. Accessible via Red Line, Bus routes #4 and #29
First Trinity Lutheran Church, 643 W. 31st St. Accessible via Orange Line and #8 bus
Housing Requests: www.occupychi.org/help-out-chicago-occupiers-housing, www.cang8.org/housing-board

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