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Immediate Help in Times of Need

At Beacon Health, we understand that during challenging times, immediate
support is crucial. Our Crisis Resources page provides valuable information and contact details for accessing help when you or someone you know is in crisis. Please note that if you or someone else is in immediate danger or experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call emergency services or your local emergency hotline right away.

We understand the importance of strong family relationships in promoting mental health and overall well-being. Our team of experienced counselors specializes in helping families cultivate healthy and resilient connections. We provide a safe and supportive environment for open communication, understanding, and growth.

For those who prefer to communicate via text, we provide information on crisis text lines that offer confidential support. Crisis text lines provide a safe space to express your concerns and receive support from trained crisis counselors. Text lines are available 24/7 and can assist with a range of issues, including mental health crises, emotional distress, and suicidal thoughts.

In case of an immediate life-threatening situation, it’s important to contact emergency services right away. We provide contact information for emergency services such as ambulance, police, and fire departments. Additionally, we offer information about local resources, such as crisis centers, hospitals, and mental health clinics, where you can seek immediate assistance.

During a crisis, it’s important to prioritize your safety and well-being. We offer resources and tips for creating a safety plan, which can help individuals develop strategies for managing difficult situations. Additionally, we provide self-care tips and techniques to promote emotional well-being and resilience during challenging

Remember, You Are Not Alone

In times of crisis, it’s essential to remember that you are not alone. Reach out to the helplines and crisis resources provided on this page. You can also confide in trusted friends, family members, or mental health professionals for support. Remember that seeking help is a sign of strength, and there are people who care and want to assist you during difficult times.