Problems come in all shapes and sizes — whether it’s pressure at home, issues at school, or feeling depressed or suicidal. No matter what it is you’re going through, it’s important to know that you don’t have to deal with these issues alone. Our phone and online counselors are highly trained and always ready to assist – any problem, any time, anyone.
Do I have to be suicidal to call a crisis hotline? Many people feel that they can only call a crisis hotline if they are feeling actively suicidal or facing an emergency. In reality, people call hotlines for many different reasons: from trouble at school, to relationship issues, to feeling overwhelmed or anxious. Just remember that your problem is just as important as anyone else’s, and you can feel confident and comfortable in reaching out.
We can help with many different issues that people face every day:
|• Depression||• Family Communication|
|• Sexual Identity||• Substance Abuse|
|• Child Abuse||• Domestic Violence|
|• Eating Disorders||• Sexual Assault|
|• Self Injury||• HIV/STIs|
|• Suicide||• Runaway Youth|
You Can Get Through This
If you are in crisis, feeling suicidal, or just need to talk, know that we are here for you and care about your feelings. Our counselors can answer your questions, connect you with helpful programs and services, or simply listen to you with empathy, care, and attention.
Here are three ways to connect with a counselor now:
Help is Available 24/7 | Crisis & Suicide Hotline
If you or someone you know is in crisis or feeling suicidal, call our 24/7 hotline at 516-679-1111
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is also available 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.
If you or someone else is in any immediate danger, call 911 immediately and notify the relevant authorities.