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The Mental Health Association of Frederick County provides many services and trainings for suicide prevention.
ASIST, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training provides practical training for those who want to learn how to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.
Mental Health First Aid is a training course designed to educate non-mental health professionals and the general public on skills they can use to help someone who is experiencing a mental health problem or a mental health crisis before appropriate professional or family support arrives.
Frederick County Hotline offers multiple phone lines 24 hour, 7 day a week for children and teens who need to talk, are facing a problem, or need support while they are home alone.
Services available in over 150 languages
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National Suicide Prevention LifelineNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline
is a national 24- hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone who feels that he/she might be in danger of hurting oneself, to find referrals to mental health services, or to speak to a crisis worker about a friend or family member.
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In need of more help? Call 2-1-1, get connected, get answers. Available in over 150 languages.