Learning how to correctly intervene for a person in crisis can save lives. While a person in crisis may not directly ask for help or be aware they are suffering a crisis, often their loved ones and close associates can take note of the symptoms and help. Below is a list of resources to guide you through crisis learning and support practices.
Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) Training:
By taking a few minutes of your time to train in QPR you can be a support to any person in crisis.
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Family planning can help you have control over
- Maternal health
- Financial resources
- Child survival
- Time management
- Career opportunities
- For information on family planning visit:
Stress Management Coping Strategies:
- Learning healthy strategies to effectively cope with stress can reduce the likelihood of a mental health crisis. For coping strategies visit:
- If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, please visit
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