GET HELP FOR YOUR CHILD, Your TEEN
It’s okay to not be okay.
Whatever you are going through, you don’t have to go through it alone. We’re here to help you get the support you need.
Are you or someone you love in immediate need of help?
Below is a guide to help you understand what options you can take in extreme risk, moderate risk, or low-risk situations.
DIAL 9-1-1 IF SOMEONE IS:
- Has ingested something toxic,
- Has a weapon
- Is currently in the process of self-harming or harming others,
- Causing property damage
- ALL OF THE ABOVE
SUMMIT COUNTY CRISIS SERVICE 1-800-273-8255 IF SOMEONE IS:
- Experiencing any kind of suicidal thoughts
- Experiencing emotional disturbances or distress
- If you are simply concerned about a loved one and want support on what to do or how to help
- This line is staffed 24/7 with licensed mental health clinicians and peers. If the situation escalates while on the phone, they will contact local dispatch and support you or your loved one by initiating a welfare check.
- Ask the person if they are in danger of hurting themselves or others. If they are, refer to MODERATE RISK.
Click below for a Mental Health Resource List.
Additional Community Resources
An app for teens to chat, text, and talk anonymously
with someone you can trust.
Download the app today and have it on your phone.
“Encircle is a non-profit organization with the mission to bring the family and community together to enable our LGBTQ+ youth to thrive”.
A suicide prevention HOTLINE for LBGTQ+ youth.
You have a safe place to turn.
Call them anytime.
Your children are healthy, safe, and content with the many programs available in our community.
Below is a list of nonprofit organizations offering afterschool opportunities throughout Summit County.