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The Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board presents the Stepping Up Ohio Countywide Meeting, taking place virtually on April 17, 2023 from 11am-2pm, and featuring presentations on mental illness and the criminal justice population.
The Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board is proud to bring the Stepping Up Ohio team to Clermont County for a follow-up visit. The meeting will provide updates on the work Clermont County has done since becoming a Stepping Up County and be a chance for state partners to share information about resources available to Clermont County.
The meeting is free and open to the public. Please contact Cindy Knoblauch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-732-5400 for registration information. For more information about Stepping Up Ohio, visit https://mha.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/mha/community-partners/criminal-justice/stepping-up-initiative/stepping-up-initiativeor email Evelyn Stratton at email@example.com. To learn more about the Stepping Up initiative in this community, contact County Coordinator Lee Ann Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-732-5400.
For more information about Stepping Up Ohio
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9-8-8 is now available nationwide to call or text in order to reach a trained counselor who can offer help and support during a mental health, substance use, or suicidal crisis.
When you call or text 988, you will be connected to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network, made up of around 200 crisis call centers and national backup centers. That means anyone, anywhere in the country can contact 988 during a mental health crisis and be connected with a trained crisis counselor who can listen, provide support, deescalate the situation and connect you to additional resources that might help. The Lifeline can respond to any type of mental health crisis or emotional distress. It is free, confidential and open to a person in crisis or someone calling on behalf of another.
The availability of 988 will help save lives.
It took two years of dedicated work leading up to this day. The availability of 988 is a great step to helping people in crisis and their families.
Today, getting connected to help became easier for people during a mental health crisis. Now, we need to build and expand resources so everyone in a crisis can receive the help they need and deserve.
Learn more about 988 at the links below:
Ohio 988 Fact Sheet
Ohio 988 FAQ
https://mha.ohio.gov/static/AboutUs/Priorities/PrimaryCoverageNSPL.pdf" rel="noopener" target="_blank"> When to Call 911/When to Call 988
Ohio 988 Lifeline Providers Coverage Map
OhioMHAS 988 Resource Page
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