1. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HELPLINE
If you are a victim of domestic violence, don’t wait for it to get worse.
Call The National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233. https://www.thehotline.org/
When you, a friend or the community needs help, you can make it happen. Speak up and speak out by reporting a tip! The Speak Up, Speak Out Resource Center will respond quickly and confidentially to make sure we can get help to you or to someone who is hurting, struggling or in danger.‼️Speak up and speak out WISCONSIN‼️
2. SUICIDE PREVENTION/ALCOHOLISM RESOURCES
4. SPEAK UP AND SPEAK OUT WISCONSIN
6. Shine – A free toolkit with resources for anxiety and your mental health in a global climate of uncertainty.
7. The World Mental Health Day
8. 7 Science-based Strategies – Tips based on psychological studies that directly address fear and anxiety due to a global pandemic.
9. Stop Bullying: Parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy.
10. Cyberbullying: What is cyberbullying and ways to prevent it.
11. Mental Health : Well Badger Resource Center
UP Foster Closet of Menominee (Available to Oconto County Residents):They assist families who are caring for non-biological children, with basic needs and clothing. "FOSTER CARE", is not just kids removed from their parents. This can be literally, ANYONE caring for a child, who is not their biological.Address : Menominee, at the DAR Boys and Girls Club (901 8th avenue, Menominee MI 49858) Facebook
COVID 19 SUICIDE PREVENTION
Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotlines and Crisis LinesNATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HELPLINE :
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/lgbtq/Did you know?April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month!!
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Report Abuse or Neglect
To report child abuse or neglect, please contact Child Help USA at 1.800.4 A Child (1.800.422.4453) or see our list of State child abuse and neglect reporting numbers.
Please note: Child Welfare Information Gateway does not have the authority to intervene in personal matters. Please see our resources on finding help with a personal situation.
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