Get Help

There is absolutely no shame in asking for help.

If you feel like your life is getting out of control and/or overwhelming or you’re concerned about a loved one or even a friend, take some time to reach out.

If you or anyone you know is feeling suicidal, there are helplines to call and talk things through. There is also a text-to-talk nationwide service if anyone feels too anxious to chat over the phone.

At any time, if anyone is in danger please call 911 and ask for an ambulance. If possible, if you have a friend or loved one who is willing to transport you the ER, take the chance to speak to a licensed professional who is on call 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-373-8255 Text CONNECT to 74141 for a Crisis Counselor

Are you thinking about therapy? Group therapy and individual therapy can be extremely beneficial for someone suffering from depression, etc. You can search for therapists at your local mental health office or online. It is a great idea to “interview” a few therapists. It has to feel right for you. Having a connection with someone you will see often will make all the difference on the road to recovery and stability.phenomenal