When is it time to reach out to talk to someone?
We ALL deal with stress & anxiety differently, and that's perfectly normal. However, when is it beyond NORMAL, and how do you know when it's time to talk to someone?
Karen Meyering, our Woodland Centers Unit Director for the Crisis & Detox Center shares with us today.
What to look for:
- change in appetite
- change in sleep pattern (not sleeping for days)
- racing thoughts that you just can't shut off
- using alcohol or drugs to cope with stress
- feeling hopeless or having thoughts of suicide
Reach out to our Woodland Centers staff to talk it through. Our crisis center is available 24/7 to talk it through by calling 800-432-8781. Mobile Crisis is also available 24/7 to meet you at a location to help.
Woodland Centers is seeing clients via tele-med and telephone, if you prefer to set up an appointment.
Woodland Centers is a place to start if you find yourself, your child/children, or family members struggling.