Resources for Health and Well-Being
Please click here for a list of Counseling Resources available in the Fort Wayne Area
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Teasing and Bullying, Boy and Girls
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number has been changed. It is now the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. You can call or text 988.
If you or you know someone who is having suicidal thoughts can call or text 988 24/7. Within 45 seconds, you will be able to talk with someone. Over time, 988 will continue to grow like 911 has. The long-term goal for 988 is to operate for when you call 988, you will talk with a counselor that is local to your area.
988 is not only for suicidal thoughts. You can also talk with a counselor regarding other mental health concerns.
Helping Parents with Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
U.S. Surgeon General Internet Safety
Worried that your student has been influenced by the newest fad; Vaping? Below are some great resources that lay out the dangers of vaping and juuling.
Quitting Vaping - May be Harder than Smoking
How Vaping Can Affect the Teenage Brain
Vaping Linked to Eating Disorders