CHALLENGE ACCEPTED: Day 12- Suicide and Depression


CHALLENGE ACCEPTED: Day 12- Suicide and Depression – Guys, if you’re depressed or suicidal, there’s help out there. Here are some numbers: Suicide Prevention: 1(800)273-8255 or 1(800)784-2433 -For other countries, numbers can be found at I’m sorry I couldn’t post them all~ Boys Town National Crisis Hotline (not just for boys~): 1(800)448-3000 Domestic Abuse: 1(800)799-7233 Eating Disorders: 1(847)831-3438 Grief Support: 1(650)321-5272 Runaway Helpline: 1(800)786-2929 or 1(800)843-5200 or 1(800)843-5678 GLBT Support: 1(800)246-7743 Trevor Project (GLBTQ): 1(866)488-7386 Whatever is bogging you down in life, if you need help, there will always be someone there to support you.


Volunteers Needed For Holiday Crisis Hotline

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Certified Prevention Specialist Gayle Osborn says volunteers will be trained on December 15 to provide immediate crisis intervention, stress management and hotline ethics. They also will learn to make referrals to other services, such as safe …
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TEAM School students say 'Speak Up'

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“I've been through depression. It's also important that we are providing information relating to suicide prevention. Our group has been a great mixture of kids. Everyone has taken this very seriously because we know what we are presenting can have an …
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FEMA offers crisis counseling to Sandy survivors

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Hotline crisis counseling can help keep the symptoms from escalating into major mental health concerns,” said Lynn Kovich, assistant commissioner in charge of the state's Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Those needing longer-term …


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