Where to find help

If this is an emergency or if you are worried that you or someone you know may be at risk for suicide, please call your local authorities (911). The hotlines below are 24 hours and are confidential.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1.800.273.TALK (273-8255)

For hearing and speech impaired with TTY equipment: 1.800.799.4TTY (779-4889)          Español: 1.888.628.9454

The Voices Project, voices-project.org

Facing Addiction resource page, http://resources.facingaddiction.org/

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids   drugfree.org

National Child Abuse Hotline     1.800.4.A.CHILD (422-4453)

National Domestic Violence Hotline       1.800.799.SAFE (799-7233)

Veterans Crisis Line    1.800.273.TALK (273-8255) PRES


Find a treatment center or help in your community


 http://www.aa.org    Alcoholics Anonymous

https://al-anon.org   Help for families and friends of Alcoholics (Alateen on-line and in person meetings)

NA.org – Narcotics Anonymous

2-1-1 Dial 2-1-1 or visit 211.org. This free referral service of United Way links people in need with a variety of counseling and treatment options.

American Psychological Association The APA offers a counseling service locator which considers many factors, including areas of specialization, gender, insurance accepted, and languages spoken.

Grief Support:  Team Sharing, teamsharing.org, GRASP, Helping Parents Heal

Family Support: Magnolia New Beginnings


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