The Seattle Times: A Guide For Helping Someone In A Mental Health Crisis

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When you see someone experiencing a mental health crisis, you may need to act fast. You’ve got to find the right resources, and in some cases, you may need to call in professionals and talk with dispatchers about what’s going on. This guide will break it all down in a way that will not overwhelm you.

Read more and download the guide at Michelle Baruchman's Seattle Times article here.

Hear Lee Callahan's interview with Michelle here:

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