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Prevent Suicide

Prevent Suicide Manual
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Prevent Suicide Wisconsin
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If you or someone you know is currently at risk of suicide, please call
1-888-552-6642
 

 

The Chippewa County Community Mental Health and Recovery Services Division provides an immediate response to assist a person who is experiencing a mental health crisis – a situation caused by an individual’s apparent mental disorder which results in a high level of stress or anxiety for the individual, persons providing care for the individual or the public which cannot be resolved by the available coping methods of the individual or by the efforts of those providing ordinary care or support for the individual.

 

Coordination with law enforcement, local hospitals, and care providers is an essential part of this program. Evidence based best practices are utilized that enables an individual to learn strategies to manage their mental health issues and make progress toward recovery. Core values in recovery emphasize the use of personal choice, hope, collaboration, and respect of the person being the expert in their own experiences.

More information may be obtained on emergency mental health services by contacting Chippewa County Human Services at 715-726-7788.

Additional information on emergency mental health services may be accessed through the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website at http://mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/cmhs/

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