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Mental Health Resources for Families

 

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Suicide Prevention

 

Mental Health Resources

 

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Community Resources

 

Suicide Prevention

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Are you in a crisis? Call or text 988 or text TALK to 741741 

¿Estás en una crisis?Llama o envía un mensaje de texto al 988 o envía un mensaje de texto con AYUDA al 741741 

Text Start to 678-678 or call 1866 488 7386

Mental Health

Kids in Crisis Helpline (203) 661-1911
CT’s Young Adult Warmline (855) 6-HOPENOW
Reach Out CT (844) TALK4CT or Text “CTTALK” to 30241
Crisis Text Line Text Text “HELLO” to 741741
The Hub: Behavioral HealthAction Organization for SW CT https://www.thehubct.org/

Beloved Community & Grief (Dougy Center)

Tips for Grieving Teens (Dougy Center)

Your Friend is Grieving – Tips for Supporting Them (Dougy Center)

The Importance of Self-Care While Grieving (Dougy Center)

APA Psychologist Locator – American Psychological Association

Locate a Psychiatrist - (psychiatry.org)

Find a Social Worker | Help Starts Here

Home - FindTreatment.gov

Social Media

Community Based Organizations

A number of community-based organizations are at the ready to support our students, staff, parents and the community at large. If you or your child need support, please do not delay; reach out to one of the following:

Child & Family Guidance Center
(203) 394-6529

Fairfield Counseling Services
(203) 255-5777 ext. 15

 

 

Finding someone to support your child’s mental health is just as important as finding a medical professional to help address physical well-being. Connecting to Care is committed to providing accurate and useful information about mental/behavioral healthcare for your child. Click here for additional resources and information.