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If YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW:

..Threatens to or talks about hurting or killing themselves
..Feels hopeless
..Feels rage or uncontrolled anger
..Feels trapped, like there is no way out
..Engages in reckless behaviors
..Increases alcohol or drug use
..Withdraws from friends and family
..Feels anxious, agitated, or unable to sleep
..Encounters dramatic mood changes
..Sees no reason for living

Call the Georgia Crisis Access Line

If YOU are threatened call 911 immediately and request a CIT OFFICER. These officers (Crisis Intervention Team) have been trained to deal with mental illness.

Georgia Crisis & Access Line

Access Mental Health, Addictive Disease and Crisis Services 24/7

1-800-715-GCAL (4225)

www.behavioralhealthlink.com and www.mygcal.com

 

 

 

 

 


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