Crisis Hotline Numbers

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  • Struggling with emotions?

    Need someone to talk to? Please remember that it's okay to not be okay, but if you need someone to talk to please talk to a trusted adult or contact one of the following:

    Mental Health 24-Hour Hotlines:

    • Suicide and Crisis Center of North Textas - 24/Hour crisis lins: 214-828-1000
    • Transicare (formerly known at ADAPT): 866-260-8000
    • National Hopeline: 800-784-2433
    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
    • Or call 911

    Online Resources

    Your life Your Voice (Call, text, email suicide prevention chat)

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  • 24/7 Crisis Support

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    Even when school is not in session, you can get help if...

    • You feel alone, scared or overwhelmed
    • You have thoughts of hurting yourself
    • You are worried about a friend being in danger

    Call one of these 24-hour hotline numbers

    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
    • National Hopeline Network: 800-784-2433
    • ICARE Call Center: 800-866-2465
    • Adapt Mobile Crisis: 866-260-8000

    Texting Options

    Text one of these numbers and a crisis counselor will respond quickly. If you have a crisis outside of school hours, use one of the numbers above

    Take care of yourself by practicing healthy coping skills:

    • Practice deep breathing
    • Draw or write in a journal
    • Talk to a trusted adult

    Be sure to tell your school counselor or social worker when you return to school for additional support.

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