Suicide Prevention & Mental Health

Coping with Stress

Managing stress in healthy ways is important for your mental well-being. Stress is the body’s physical, emotional or psychological response to an external cause, such as an upcoming project or a busy time of year. Everyone experiences stress to some degree. (WHO)...

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Have you heard? The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, now known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, can be more easily reached by calling or texting 988 or chatting at 988lifeline.org. If you need support or are worried about a friend or loved one, 988 is...

September is National Suicide Prevention Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, an annual month-long campaign to raise awareness about suicide prevention, reduce stigma around the topic and encourage those in need to utilize available resources. About Suicide Prevention Month Here is the breakdown...

Crisis Lines to Prevent Suicide

Knowing who to call in a crisis situation can be the difference between life and death. If you or someone you know needs emotional support or is having suicidal thoughts, the below resources offer immediate response by trained professionals. Georgia Crisis and Access...

Prevent Youth Suicide: What Parents Should Know

Parents can play a critical role in preventing youth suicide. Even if you think it will never happen to you or your family, it’s important to understand the facts, stay connected with your child and know what to do in an emergency situation. 1. Know the...

Caring for Your Mental Health

Making mental wellness a priority can improve your quality of life! Your mental health influences your ability to engage in daily activities, maintain relationships, cope with challenges and much more. Caring for your mental health is an intentional practice. Check...