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Mental health can be an uncomfortable topic to talk about, but it is important to remember that we all have mental health  issues just as we all have physical health  issues. We are committed to promoting mental health awareness and supporting our community by providing resources and awareness.

We want our community to have the opportunity to take care of their mental health in the same way they take care of their physical health.

Here you will find information on a wide range of topics related to mental health, including anxiety, depression, relationships, and self-care. You will also find information on mental health professionals and services in your area.

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Additional Crisis Lines

If you need help with one of these topics, reach out to the designated hotline today.

1-800-799-7233 for the National Domestic Violence Support Hotline

1-888-373-7888 for the National Human Trafficking Hotline

 

You can also text the word 'Help' to 233-733.

 

1-800-656-4673 for the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

Other Mental Health Hotlines

You can always call 211 to speak to someone and find local assistance, but there are also dedicated helplines available to anyone in the U.S.

  • Veterans Crisis Line: call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1; or text 838255

  • Crisis Text Line: text the word 'Home' to 741-741

  • The Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQ Youth: call 1-866-488-7386

  • Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including those on social media. ...

  • Take care of yourself. ...

  • Take care of your body. ...

  • Make time to unwind. ...

  • Talk to others. ...

  • Connect with your community- or faith-based organizations.

  • Avoid drugs and alcohol.

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Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress

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