WELCOME TO REACH OUT 

I am glad you are here.

Whether you currently struggle with a mental health situation or want to help a loved one, you are in the right place.

If you are unsure how to support someone grieving a suicide or addiction relapse, you are in the right place.

To understand why mental health is as important as physical health, you are in the right place.

Our community is safe; we want to help you and your loved ones. Mental wellness is our sweet spot.

If I do not know the answer—I will find someone who does.

Kristina Woodahl 

 

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project DESIGNATE 988

FCC APPROVES 988

Effective July 2022

THANK YOU to all that supported

project DESIGNATE 988

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Number: 

1-800-273-8255(TALK) 
Crisis Text Line Text:
TALK to 74174 
Please continue to use and provide the ten-digit number until July 16, 2022.  

Click here to learn more about 988 and the two-year process.​

Major developments are happening on Capitol Hill regarding Veteran suicide prevention efforts, legislation addressing mental health during times of crisis, and the future of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Thank you to all who have been actively engaging members of Congress to prevent suicide and address our nation's mental health needs.

Want to understand why 988 is HISTORY in the making?  Read on to see why it is an extraordinary opportunity to save lives and transform how mental wellness is addressed and discussed by our communities.

IT ONLY TAKES ONE PERSON TO SAVE A LIFE

Education is power and that is when real transformation begins.

                                   Kristina Woodahl