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6 Resources to Help When You're in a Mental Health Crisis

If you’re struggling with your mental health and don’t know where to turn, you may wonder where you can seek help for your specific triggers. You may also want to find someone who can help keep you out of crisis when you feel like you’re in danger and your mental health provider is unreachable. Fortunately, there are plenty of mental health hotlines you can call or text when you’re in crisis — even ones for specific types of crises. Here are six mental health resources to help you through any type of crisis. 1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you’re struggling with suicidal thoughts, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is there for you. You can reach the free, confidential hotline at 1-(800)-273-8255, and a trained crisis

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If you’re struggling with your mental health and don’t know where to turn, you may wonder where you can seek help for your specific triggers. You may also want to find someone who can help keep you out of crisis when you feel like you’re in danger and your mental health provider is unreachable. Fortunately, there are plenty of mental health hotlines you can call or text when you’re in crisis — even ones for specific types of crises. Here are six mental health resources to help you through any type of crisis. 1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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