D51, MCPH send mental health resources

D51, MCPH send mental health resources to families ahead of break
Posted on 12/20/2018
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Grand Junction, CO – School District 51 and Mesa County Public Health would like to remind all parents, students, and staff of the mental health resources available in Mesa County, particularly when students are about to spend more than two weeks away from their usual support systems at school, including counselors. 

The school district and MCPH together sent a letter to all D51 parents and staff today that reminds them of the many free, confidential resources available to people of all ages around the clock at any time of the year. The letter is accompanied by a video created by Central High School students to bring awareness to suicide prevention resources. The video is also on Facebook and YouTube.

Please join us in reminding Mesa County residents that there is always help available by posting, printing, sharing, and airing the following contact information.

Colorado Crisis Services

Confidential and immediate support for anyone in crisis

Call: 844-493-8255 (TALK)

Visit: coloradocrisisservices.org

Text: 38255

 

Crisis Text Line

Text anonymously with a trained counselor

Text: “CO” to 741741

 

Mind Springs

Call for crisis support or to learn about local mental health services

Call: 888-207-4004

Visit: mindspringshealth.org/crisis-services

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Support for anyone who feels suicidal or for their friends or family members

Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Visit: suicidepreventionlifeline.org and click “Chat”

 

Safe2Tell

Anonymously report a number of issues, including the possibility that someone may be suicidal, to local law enforcement and school security and administration

Call: 877-542-7233

Visit: safe2tell.org

Text: Download texting app on Apple or Google Play App Store

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