The difference between life and death in an emergency situation is how prepared you are. Do you know where to go when a tornado is approaching? Who do you call when there is an earthquake? Being prepared when disaster strikes can save your life and those you love as well. Sometimes simple survival techniques make all the difference. The links below can help educate you in several situations that have taken millions of lives in history.
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|US Suicide Hotline||1-800-784-2433|
|NDMDA Depression Hotline – Support Group||800-826-3632|
|Suicide Prevention Services Crisis Hotline||800-784-2433|
|Suicide Prevention Services Depression Hotline||630-482-9696|
|AAA Crisis Pregnancy Center||800-560-0717|
|Child Abuse Hotline – Support & Information||800-792-5200|
|Crisis Help Line – For Any Kind of Crisis 800-233-4357|
|Domestic & Teen Dating Violence (English & Spanish)||800-992-2600|
|Parental Stress Hotline – Help for Parents||800-632-8188|
|Runaway Hotline (All Calls are Confidential)||800-231-6946|
|Sexual Assault Hotline (24/7, English & Spanish)||800-223-5001|
|Suicide & Depression Hotline – Covenant House||800-999-9999|
|National Child Abuse Hotline||800-422-4453|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-SAFE|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline (TDD)||800-787-3224|
|National Youth Crisis Hotline||800-448-4663|
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