Emergency Resources

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Because I may not be able to answer my phone or email at all times, please utilize the following resources if you are in need of help immediately.

Hotlines (for when you are having an emergency):

  • 211: Automated menu that has different services including a mental health assessment, and responders who will help you determine which resources you need when you are in crisis.
  • 988: The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline has 24/7 services to help you if you are feeling unsafe or in crisis.
  • 911: If you need help immediately because you are in danger, someone can come to your home and help you get safe.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline :This resource offers both a call and chat feature, and a variety of specific services
  • CT Crisis Services: CT offers it’s own specific hotline, and provides information about the nature of a mental health crisis, and further interventions

Warmlines (for when you are not in danger, but want a “warm body” to talk to):

  • Warm Lines in CT: CT offers this list of providers who are available to talk on weekends, holidays, at night, or on the off hours that I may not be available.