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Do you ever feel like you're at the end of the line? Like your problems are just too much to bear? Talking to someone can help. Our dedicated, trained, nonjudgmental counselors are there to answer your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Each call is confidential, and your identity remains anonymous. Plus, it's free.


Whether it's a family, personal or work issue, we listen and offer resources to help. Call now.




Are you depressed or know someone that is? The more you learn about depression, the better you will understand that depression has specific causes and effective treatments. If someone you know is depressed, you can help him or her by giving support and information about specific causes and effective treatments.




Are you or someone you know suffering abuse? No one deserves to be physically, verbally or sexually abused. Abuse takes many forms; finding out more about the dynamics of abuse can better enable you to help yourself or someone else in an abusive situation.




Alcohol abuse affects all kinds of people. The facts can help when you or someone you know are struggling with alcohol use.


Thinking About Suicide?


Sometimes problems can seem overwhelming. It's all right if you or someone you know feels a sense of hopelessness--- start out by asking for help. Finding someone who will know how to respond to you and support you is the first step.


Drug Abuse?


Dependence on drugs can affect all aspects of life. Acknowledging your addiction or the addiction of someone you know and seeking help are ways to work through this problem.