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When a crisis occurs in a community, everyone is affected. Adults, parents, teachers and students are often not prepared to deal with the emotional response associated with an event. It is important that everyone is able to receive help and discuss what happened.
24-hour crisis linesLines for Life
Crisis service providers by countyCommunity Mental Health Programs
Alcohol and Substance Helpline
Problem Gambling Helpline877-695-4648 Website includes live chat
Military HelplineCall: 888-457-4838 anytime
Text: MIL1 to 839863 between 0900-1500 Pacific Time
Suicide and Crisis LifelineCall, text or chat 988.
YouthlineCall: 877-968-8491 anytimeText: teen2teen to 839863 between 4 and 10 p.m.Online chat available at
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