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Get immediate help in a crisis

Call 911

if you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you or someone you know have suicidal thoughts, call 800-273-8255 to speak with someone today

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Help is available 24 hours in English and Spanish.

For more help with mental health issues, check out the resources at the National Institute of Mental Health.

Other resources:

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You’ve tried everything, but nothing works

Finding that nothing works even after trying everything you read on the Internet can be frustrating when you’ve spent hours searching for parenting information.

Not every problem can be self-diagnosed and self-treated.

Information can be a valuable starting point in identifying problems, but sometimes professional help is necessary to determine the root cause and resolve issues.

Start here for professional help —> Psychologist Locator

Finally, while we at Parenting For Brain work hard to provide the most accurate info, please do not rely on information found on the Internet to diagnose or treat mental or physical health problems, even if the information is “medically reviewed”. 

The only safe way to help you and your loved ones is to seek professional help.

Only competent professionals should diagnose, treat and guide you on your medical problems based on information unique to your situation. I encourage you to seek out this expertise and guidance. 

The Internet is an excellent starting point for learning about issues, but nothing can fully substitute professional assistance.

Parenting For Brain is a website that reports research findings. Resources on this website are provided for informational purposes only. This list of resources is not comprehensive and does not constitute an endorsement by Parenting For Brain.
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