PUBLIC NOTICE – MAY DECLARED MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS IN MEADE COUNTY
Judge Executive Troy Kok read and signed a proclamation declaring May “Mental Health Awareness Month” in Meade County during Tuesday night’s Fiscal Court meeting.
Where should I go to check my mental health?
Consult your primary care doctor or make an appointment with a psychiatrist, psychologist or other mental health professional.
Where to call for mental health help in Kentucky?
Call or text “988” free-of-charge to connect with suicide prevention, mental health, and substance abuse counselors. Available to all Kentuckians 24/7/365.
Kentuckians in crisis can now connect with suicide prevention, mental health and substance abuse counselors using a nationwide, easier-to-dial phone number – 988. Phone service providers will now direct 988 calls to the existing national lifeline with its 13 Kentucky call centers. And connection to additional crisis services will be provided if necessary.
If you or someone you know is in crisis, someone to talk to is just a click away.
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