Getting Help

What to do when it's time to reach out.

It's Normal to Need Help.

Sometimes life delivers challenges that are so extreme, you don't know how to cope. Other times, your emotions start to feel overwhelming. You wonder: should I ask for help?

Giving yourself permission to get help is often the hardest step. This page offers resources to make that step easier.

Please, if you need it--ask for help.

Need Help Now?

In Door County, call the 24/7 Crisis Hotline (920) 746-2488 -OR- Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255. Visit our Getting Help page HERE.

How to Get Help

Our community has many people who are available to help you. They're not there to judge you. They know firsthand how important it is to get help...that's why they're doing what they do.  

 Here are some resources and things to think about:

Create a Crisis/Safety Plan

A crisis/safety plan can help guide you through difficult moments and keep you safe.

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