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YOU ARE NOT ALONE
CALL FOR HELP NOW!
– SUICIDE HOT LINE –
– PREVENTION LINE –
1-800-273 TALK (8255)
– & ACCESS LINE –
FIND A THERAPIST IN YOUR AREA.. click here
“Depression is an illness, it’s treatable, beatbale, common and okay!”
Visit the Families for Depression Awareness
MindWise Innovations (formerly Screening For Mental Health), Dedham, MA
SUICIDE AND DRUG ADDICTION HELP!
Please contact our friends at DrugRehab.com for excellent resource information about substance abuse, mental health issues, and suicide prevention.
The kids you parent, the kids you coach, the kids you teach, the kids you impact – need you to be!
Click on above link to hear suicide survivor, and WTL Co-Founder John Trautwein talk about what he’s learned since the suicide death of his son.
“A Trusted Adult Knows & Shows“
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IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS IN NEED OF HELP…
PLEASE ‘ACT’ NOW!
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NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE INFORMATION
“A.C.T.” and the Signs Of Suicide Program are acclaimed suicide education programs from our friends at MindWise Innovations, formerly, Screening For Mental Health
Some Places To Go For Help (N. Atlanta)
Visit the Summit Counseling Center
Please Note: The Link & Summit Counseling Centers Are Open During Business Hours Only (M-F 9-5)
– If you have an urgent need call 1-800-SUICIDE
Visit The Link Counseling Center
Visit the Georgia Suicide Prevention Information Network
High Schools – Suicide Prevention Kit
Click on the SAMHSA Logo for Kit
Post Suicide Toolkit for Schools
Learn more about Teen Suicide
Prevention Intervention and Aftercare:
Visit SPAN-GA (Suicide Prevention Action Network)
Its focus is on creating public awareness and public/political will to provide resources to implement the GA State Suicide Prevention Plan!
Visit “SAVE” Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Suicide Prevention and Depression Information
Some Things You Should Know About Teen Suicide
from the American Academy of Pediatrics