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Resources for Mental Health Support

Learning about Depression

What is Depression? An article reviewed by Psychology Today Magazine. Topics include the definition and additional information on both medical treatment and natural approaches.

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Learning About Anxiety.

What Is Anxiety? An article reviewed by Psychology Today Magazine. Topics include the definition and additional information on both medical treatment and natural approaches.

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Learning about PTSD.

National Institutes of Health has resources for navigating PTSD.

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Learning about Developmental Trauma.

A comprehensive explanation on Developmental Trauma and associated diagnoses.

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Finding help in a crisis

If you are in a crisis, do not be alone. If someone else is in a crisis, be sure that they are not alone. 

Call 911 or call the toll-free, 24-hour hotline of the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline –Call or Text 988, or chat online via https://988lifeline.org/chat/

Anyone contemplating suicide or experiencing emotional distress may call, text or chat the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline to speak with a trained counselor who can provide support and connect them to local resources if necessary. Like the 911 emergency service, the number is staffed 24/7 nationwide, with a network of over 200 state and local crisis call centers.

Text MHA to 741741 to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor from Crisis Text Line.