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A Place to Go When You Need Help


We all need help sometimes. If depression, anxiety, addiction, or other mental health issues are causing serious distress and interfering with your daily life, it’s time to seek help. Talk with your doctor, mental health professional, or your organization’s assistance program for guidance and support. When needed, appropriate treatment can help you feel better and get back to doing the things that matter to you.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Dial 988

Click here for a list of resources if you or someone you know needs help.

Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health or mental health professional.