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September is Emergency Preparedness Month. On this historic day, many of us will recall the national emergency of the terrorist attacks of
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Are you feeling desperate,alone or hopeless? Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-
If you or someone you know is experiencing or has experienced domestic or sexual violence, you can contact the crisis center nearest you for information, referrals and support. In emergency situations, call 911. In non-emergency situations, you can talk to an advocate at your local crisis center about your options.
For domestic violence call toll-free 1-866-644-3574 to be connected to the crisis center nearest you. For sexual assault, call1-800-277-5570.
They are here to help 24 hours a day, 365 days a year whether you have questions about your own situation, or a friend or family member's, or if you just need to talk. You need not be in crisis to call! All services are free and confidential. Website:www.nhcadsv.org and www.reachoutnh.org
Every 13 seconds someonecalls a poison center about a poisoning. You can call about a poisoning or to ask a poison-related question. Most poisonings can be treated onsite with over-the-phone advice. The most common poison is medication. Poison centers are available 24-hours a day. All calls are free,confidential and answered by trained medical professionals. The national hotline is 1-800-222-1222. Website: www.nnepc.org
Last Modified on November 24, 2015