Mental Health Information

How are you feeling?

Are you experiencing:

Confused thinking
Long-lasting sadness or irritability
Extreme highs and lows in mood
Excessive fear, worrying or anxiety
Social withdrawal
Dramatic changes in eating or sleeping habits
Strong feelings of anger
Delusions or hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that are not really there)
Increasing inability to cope with daily problems and activities
Denial of obvious problems
Many unexplained physical problems, or
Abuse of drugs and/or alcohol?

You can call our crisis/information line at 800.888.6161 if you are experiencing any of these symptoms or know someone who is. Or, make an appointment with a health care professional from our local Provider Agency Network.

If you know someone experiencing thoughts of suicide, call 800.888.6161.

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Frequently Asked Questions