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For immediate help call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room

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    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 800.273. (TALK) 24 hrs/day with services for veterans and Spanish speakers
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    National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI)Resources for individuals, families, caregivers, teens, and young adults, including video resources, online discussion groups (including a faith and spirituality group)
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    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
    • AFSP.org
    Support groups, online training, advocacy
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    Samaritans Helpline – 877.870.4673 (HOPE) call or text. Available 24/7
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    The Trevor Project – 866.488.7386 – for LGBT youth
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    Trans Lifeline – 877.565.8860 for transgender people staffed by people who are themselves transgender
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    Copline -800.267.5463 for police officers, staffed by volunteer police officers, crisis services 24/7
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    RAINN – National Sexual Assault Hotline Lifeline – 800.656.4673. Chat via hotline.rainn.org
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    Text services
    Crisis text line – 741741. Staffed by volunteers
    E-mail Samaritans
    jo@samaritans.org (response within 12 hours)
    Lifeline Crisis Chat
    Chat.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/GetHelp/LifelineChat.aspx
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    Website supports
    www.speakingofsuicide.com
    Chronic Suicide support forum
    ChronicSuicideSupport.com
    TWLOHA – connect to mental health resources in your community twloha.com/find-help
    National Eating Disorders Association – 800.931.2237. Chat – myneda.org
    Seize the Awkward – seizetheawkward.org (how to talk with loved ones about mental health issues)
    My3App – Define your network and your plan to stay safe my3app.or
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    Learn how to save a life - qprinstitute.com
How to Love Those with Mental Illness

I’m so excited to share this brand-new resource guide and 5-day devotional for loving people with mental illness.


This is the perfect beginner resource for church leaders, school administrators, parents, friends - literally anyone who cares about someone with a mental illness and wants to know how to love them well.


And here’s a newsflash: since 1-in-5 will encounter some kind of mental illness in their lifetime, that means nearly ALL of us know someone who could use a little extra love.


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