Here are some resources for immediate help

Below is a pamphlet of more information that we believe are reliable.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

+1 (800) 273-8255

Safe Helpline:

(877) 995-5247

Lifeline for LGBTQ+:

+1 (800)-273-8255

Child Abuse Helpline:

+1 (800) 422-4453

Crisis Text Line:

+1 (800)-273-8255

 

Watch out for these warning signs and symptoms

Although we can't diagnose, it might be helpful to look out for some signs that could hint at poor mental health. Here are a few.

This is our counselor code of conduct

These rules and regulations were created to ensure that our counselors are held accountable to their behavior.

 

Here are some guiding questions

Sometimes, it's difficult to know where to take the conversation or what to dig deeper into. Your counselor will have the option to refer to this set of questions to guide the conversation.

 
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