Your feelings matter.
The hardest part about seeking help for yourself or a loved one is first admitting that you need it. Taking that initial step towards healing is the most courageous decision a person could make, and trust us when we say you’re not alone in making those decisions on your mental fitness journey.
- If you’re feeling lonely, there’s always someone willing to offer support.
- If you’re feeling anxious, there’s always a helping hand nearby.
- And if you’re unsure what you’re feeling, there are always resources to offer solutions.
Because for every emotion you feel, there’s a whole community of people that not only understand those feelings but want to help ease those feelings.
Look below to discover the range of support and resources we would be happy to connect you with or click here to submit a resource.
Within the Mental Health Workbook, you’ll learn vital skills in Emotional Intelligence, Coping Skills, and Social Awareness.
Having suicidal thoughts is not healthy, but thoughts are only thoughts, and don’t need to be acted on. It is important to recognize where thoughts are leading however, and how to keep yourself or someone you care about safe. Our six-question screening will help you understand your suicide risk or the risk of someone you care about.
A suicide safety plan is a written plan to help guide you to safety if you begin to experience thoughts about harming yourself. It can also be a way for you to plan how to communicate and check in with each other going forward. Please consider creating a plan using this template to safeguard your health and safety.