When you don’t
share it, you carry it
Starting a conversation about your mental health takes courage. When you begin talking to someone, it may feel uncomfortable or strange. However, when you’re feeling anxious, stressed, depressed or frustrated, finding self-help and self-care resources is vital to your health and well-being. Carrying emotions only makes them heavier, but sharing them can bring relief. Remember—no matter what you’re facing, you’re not alone. We’re here to help and ready to listen.
Mental Health Resources
Don’t fall for a
Using substances might make it easier to get through the day—but they have long-term consequences that can follow you for the rest of your life. They can also isolate you from friends and family, lead to poor decision-making and even cause death. If drugs and alcohol feel like your only way out, they’re not—and you’re not alone.
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No one should suffer in silence. Hamilton Center is here to help.
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In crisis? Call our 24-hr Access Line at 800.742.0787
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988