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How You Can Help Someone Experiencing Crisis or Emotional Pain?
I think a lot of us can relate to having a friend, a student, a classmate, a team mate, or even a family member who has experienced some form of mental health crisis or emotional pain. We want to share these actionable steps that you can take to help those folx in your lives affected by crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful and isolating for many people and with Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’re full swing into this Holiday season. As we talked about in our how to guide on Halloween, celebrating the Holidays and connecting with friends and family can be a substantial way to increase your mental health during these times.
The following information are guidelines we’ve borrowed via the Center for Disease Control (CDC), but absolutely should not supersede guidelines and mandates set by your local, county, or state officials. Remember that the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is to celebrate with people in your household.
Are you interested in stocking up on California Youth Crisis Line Materials? Did you know that we send these out for FREE to interested people and organizations? Email Jason@calyouth.org for downloadable flyers and packets!
**Please note that due to COVID-19 we have paused and severely slowed our outreach material sending process and will be resuming TBD.**
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