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Every September, we're reminded of the struggles people are facing and how mental health issues can lead them to dark places. That's why we want Marshalltown to be aware of the issues, and for those struggling to be aware that there's help available. After all, we can all help prevent suicide.
It's important to spot the signs, find the words to start a conversation and reach out. Help is available!
"Are you thinking about hurting yourself?" It’s a difficult question to say to a loved one. But when it comes to suicide prevention, there’s nothing more important. Learn how to get the conversation started at suicideispreventable.org.
For local help, visit centerassoc.com.
You're not alone. Whether you’re showing signs or helping someone else in crisis, there are many resources available, including some in our community.