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Crisis Suicide Hotline
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Disaster & Crisis Coping Resources
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The National Alliance of Mental Illness is a valuable resource to help individuals, their families, and friends with the challenges associated with mental health disorder. The helpline is open during weekdays to provide information and support. This is NOT a replacement for dialing 911, going to a hospital, or calling a crisis hotline.