Johns Creek Mental Wellness
The Fulton County School System, in partnership with the City of Johns Creek, has joined forces to raise awareness about youth, as well as adult, mental health and wellness.
Students today face many challenges they are not always prepared to cope and deal with. The mission of our awareness campaign is to educate the community, parents, teachers, and students about mental health issues, including suicide prevention and intervention, and to ensure that all of our community members know where to get help when needed.
Should you or someone you know need quick assistance with mental health, drugs or alcohol issues, please contact the Georgia Crisis and Access Line, 1-800-715-4225. The hotline is available 24 hours, 7 days a week if you or someone you know:
- threatens to or talks about hurting or killing themselves
- feels hopeless
- feels rage or uncontrolled anger
- feels trapped, like there is no way out
- engages in recklass behaviors
- increases alcohol or drug use
- withdraws from friends or family
- feels anxious, agitated or unable to sleep
- encounters dramatic mood changes
- sees no reason for living
Learn more at www.jcmentalwellness.org or on the Johns Creek Mental Wellness Facebook page.
To learn about Fulton County based programs, services, or resources for children and youth with behavioral health disorders, please contact the Fulton County Oak Hill Child, Adolescent, and Family Center at (404) 612-4111, or visit their website at www.oakhillkids.org.
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