IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS IMMEDIATE HELP
For IMMEDIATE help call 911
If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call:
Child and Family Services
Crisis Center – 508-996-3154
Therapy – 508-996-8572
866-508-4357 (HELP) 8 am - 11 pm
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Women's Center Hotline
Call the 24-Hour Hotline at 508-999-6636.
KNOW SOMEONE WHO NEEDS HELP?
If you want to support someone who is struggling with mental health issues here are some ways you can support them.
Listen. Take the time to listen and engage in conversation.
Encourage and Support. Give them the encouragement they need to get or seek professional help.
Stay in Touch. A simple call, text or email can go a long way. Stay in touch with the person who needs your help.
Be Educated. If you know someone who is struggling with mental health issues take the time to learn more about it. Do some research and find where you can get them help.
Be Patient and Caring. Understand that there will be difficult times and show them you are there for them.