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    A mental health crisis or emergency is a life threatening situation in which a person:

    • Has engaged in self-injury (e.g., cutting, burning, poisoning themselves) that needs immediate medical attention

    • Is threatening imminent harm to self (e.g., acting on a suicide threat)

    • Is threatening imminent harm to others (e.g., homicidal or threatening behavior)

    • Is severely disoriented or out of touch with reality (e.g., severely impaired by alcohol or other drugs)

    • Has a severe inability to function (e.g., inability to care for themselves)

    • Is distraught and out of control (e.g., exhibiting highly erratic, unusual or unpredictable behavior)

    Call 911 to get help immediately for a mental health crisis or emergency!

    Police officers can come to your location, do a quick assessment, and if necessary, take you or the person that you are concerned about to a Baker Act Admitting Facility to spend 24-72 hours in a safe place.

    Note: 

    Inclusion of the following resources does not imply endorsement by them.

    Suicide Prevention Support

    Call 988

    Domestic Violence Support

    Call 1-800-799-7233

    Eating Disorders

    Call 1-800-931-2237

    Substance Use/Addiction

    Call 1-800-662-4357

    Sexual Assault

    Call 1-800-656-4673

    Disaster Distress

    Call 1-800-985-5990