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People dealing with depression may believe they will never feel better and that nothing and no one can help them.
Our teens and adult volunteers gain invaluable knowledge in helping others, they work in a team-orientated environment, attend outreach opportunities, and they make a difference: in some cases even a life-saving one.
how you can help Our Outreach program reaches over 38,000 people each year providing presentations on various topics pertinent to adolescence.
Their purpose is to provide you and your loved ones with a place to start the dialogue about how depression has affected your life.
While depression can cause a person to feel alone and unable to identify with the world around them, many people with depression have a similar experience.
learn more about outreach July 1, 2019Teen Line Attends 52nd Annual American Association of Suicidology Annual Conference The AAS Annual Conference is a chance for mental health professionals and students to present their research, learn about recent research in the field, receive invaluable skills training, hear presentations of interest and network with world-renowned researchers and clinicians.
The conference was held in Denver, Colorado from July 24-27, 2019.
Helplines are available to those who feel like they need someone to talk to but may not know where to start.
Depression hotlines offer a free and confidential service that is available 24 hours a day to help you start on a path toward healing.