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This card features the number and web address for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in easy-to-read bold letters.
Disaster survivors are not always aware of behaviors in themselves or others that are associated with adverse reactions to a disaster. This poster assists adult disaster survivors with identifying possible reactions and provides resources to turn to for help.
Parents and caregivers may not always understand and be able to identify behaviors in children and youth that are associated with adverse reactions to a disaster. This poster provides information on possible adverse reactions in children as well as where to get help.
This poster is for clients and their family members in OUD treatment who are pregnant or who are currently not pregnant but of childbearing age.
This brief highlights issues specific to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander males. It provides clinicians with data on the prevalence of depression, suicide, and substance use disorders within these populations.
This wallet card helps counselors identify people at risk for suicide. It presents information on what to do if someone is having suicidal thoughts, and lists warning signs of suicidal behavior. The card also gives the number to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
This poster supports the national dialogue to build awareness of mental health issues in communities. It presents statistics about mental illness in the United States to help educate and engage communities. Access information graphic reference list.
This poster is meant to empower youth to take control and make smart decisions about prescription drugs, recognizing the risks of misuse and discussing how to use them responsibly. Included on the poster are resources about finding treatment.
This wallet-size card includes the national Disaster Distress Helpline and lists warning signs of distress. It encourages those experiencing signs of psychological stress to call or text the helpline for support.
Part of a suicide prevention campaign, this poster reminds teens that others have had similar feelings and that there are ways to get through it. Urges teens to visit the reachout.com website to hear stories from others. The poster comes flat and is 23.5 inches x 17 inches.
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