Subdial

3.8
5 reviews
500+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

In moments of crisis, connecting with the right support resources is crucial to solving harm. Subdial—a mobile app that provides users with 911 alternatives within their communities—is designed to make it easier.

Our goal is to help citizens resolve issues without involving police, whether it involves mental health, domestic disturbances, non-urgent crimes, and beyond.

How does it work?

Download the app and share your location or enter your zip code
Look for locally available resources by categories or keyword search
Review available resources and their information
Save resources for future use
Contact resources when you need help

What resources are available?

Mental health
Domestic violence
Homelessnesses
LGBTQ+
Youth services
Free legal services
Harm reduction
Free medical care

What resource-specific information is included?

Description
Location
Phone number
+ more as we grow!

What states does Subdial serve?

Alaska
Arizona
California
Colorado
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming

By providing access to alternative resources, we aim to do our part in creating a network for people to find the help they need—and empowering them to help others in ways that are safer, and more effective, for everyone.
Updated on
Sep 14, 2021

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
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3.8
5 reviews
Keenan
January 25, 2023
Huge disappointment, it's a publicity stunt. Only has relevant results if you're in New York(maybe?). One option literally recommended I travel 1000 miles to New York. It is missing most key local resources including things like the fire department's non-emergency number. It indicates zero Reproductive Health Care resources in my area (we have 3 planned Parenthoods!) Found this in a 2021 Time's magazine top 100 article in a doctor's office. This was clearly a publicity stunt that sadly worked.
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Jess P
July 1, 2022
Great one stop resource but it's a bit lacking on the local level. I would love to see a feature added where we can submit info to local resources we know of. I have so many in my area that aren't listed currently but are a tremendous help to the community.
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A. J.
January 26, 2022
Good idea but there is room for improvement. The "local" resources are almost all ~160mi away. Is there a way for us phone users to contribute to the database, so people have updated resources on hand when a crisis strikes? Thank you
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What's new

Bug fixes