Most of us go through life solving our day-to-day problems without needing help to cope with our feelings. But a severe illness, an accident or an emotional crisis can overwhelm us, at least temporarily, and suddenly we need help. In this section, you will find resources and tips on getting help when you need it most.
If you or someone you know is in crisis and requires emergency assistance:
- Visit your local emergency department, or call 911
- Contact one of the Crisis Response Programs below:
If you’re having thoughts of suicide, or are worried about someone else, Talk Suicide is here to listen. Connect to a crisis responder to get help without judgement.
Operating 24 hours per day/seven days per week, our C.A.L.L. service takes the guesswork out of accessing mental health services by providing immediate access to: Crisis services, including immediate telephone support, a visit by a mobile crisis team, or a stay in crisis beds.
The Helpline is a good community resource to provide referral information pertaining to appropriate inquiries from the callers. The Helpline is available to the callers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year!