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What Can I Call About?

Whether you are calling for yourself or concerned about someone else.

Whether you are calling for yourself or concerned about someone else. Crisis Workers at the Farm Stress Line can address any self-identified crisis: Whether it is situational or ongoing. These are examples of some of the most frequent issues crisis workers address on a day to day basis:

  • Mental Health – Stress, Anxiety, Depression or Suicide Ideation
  • Family conflict and Domestic Violence
  • Teen Parent Conflict
  • Seniors Deteriorating Health, Abuse and Neglect
  • Relationships
  • Parenting
  • Addictions – Gambling, Alcohol, Drug or Substance Abuse
  • Bereavement / Tragic Events
  • Custody
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Youth in Crisis – Bullying, Relationships with Peers and Parents
  • Financial Struggles
  • Gender / Sexuality

It is not unusual for callers to have one or more issue that needs to be assessed.
Crisis calls are not limited to the above issues.