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PRS CrisisLink is an accredited Crisis Center serving those in northern Virginia. For immediate crisis services call 703.527.4077 or text CONNECT to 85511
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PRS CrisisLink Feb 20
We hope everyone is safe at home. We’re all here to make sure our home bound clients are safe and our community is connected. 703-527-4077 or text CONNECT to 855-11
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Fairfax Youth Thrive Feb 4
You know to call (703-527-4077) or text (85511) if you or a loved one is in crisis. So, what happens once you're on the line? CrisisLink's program director explains for :
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Fairfax Youth Thrive Jan 1
Resolve to volunteer for the hotline and textline and save lives in our community.
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 26
Grateful for our amazing volunteers and staff who covered our 24/7 crisis hotline and text line. This giving season we remind our community that local centers answer and rely on local dollars and support.
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HHS.gov Dec 25
For some, holidays can be difficult and stressful. If you or someone you know needs to talk, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 for free and confidential support.
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SocWorkReproJustice Dec 25
If you need support this holiday: Suicide Prevention 800-273-8255 for LGBTQ Youth 866.488.7386 US: (877) 565-8860 CANADA: (877) 330-6366 Eating disorders 800-931-2237. text 741741
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AAS Suicidology Dec 21
We just released our new recommendations for media professionals reporting on suicide. Go check out what's inside and download the toolkit now!
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 19
Our team with some amazing works of cookie art! We loved spending the day with clients at the Recovery Academies
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 19
Our team spent the day at our Recovery Academies for “Cookies with CrisisLink” where we talked about supportive resources to cope with the holidays.
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 19
Resources can be difficult to navigate, learn more about these important resources for older adults.
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Shye Dec 17
Check out redesigned Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM) course!
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 17
Learn more about how people in our community are making a difference by volunteering with CareRing!
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NOVA ScriptsCentral Dec 14
A few accounts worth a follow on : -humanizing , - crisis services for emergency, - young adults making a difference, - columnist and mom...give these folks a follow and PRT
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Julie Cerel Dec 12
"When celebrities die by suicide, it affects us all because many of us have had personal relationships with people who have died by suicide," Dr. Julie Cerel, , and president of
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 13
8 Ways to Ease Holiday Isolation for Older Adults
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 13
Gift the gift of CareRing in 2019. Consider volunteering once a week to make calls to our clients. Learn more here
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Fairfax Youth Thrive Dec 12
Winter nights can be dangerous for the county's homeless population. Our hypothermia shelters operate December through March. If you see someone unsheltered who may be at risk for hypothermia, please call the at 703-691-2131
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 12
We are excited for this year! Thank you for inviting to participate with the Crisis Center preconference!
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 12
Did You Know: the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is answered by centers across the country, just like ? Centers like ours provide 24/7 suicide intervention and help. Your donations and volunteerism help make this possible. Donate today!
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PRS CrisisLink Dec 12
Caregiving during the holidays can be overwhelming, learn more about how to adjust expectations this season at
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