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Twin Lakes, CA Suicide Prevention Counseling & Support Groups Announced

Family Service Agency of the Central Coast (831-423-9444) announces its suicide prevention services in Twin Lakes, CA.

The newly announced services include education, training, outreach, and suicide loss survivors support groups. All these services are designed for individuals in crisis and their family members to find the help they need to live life with more love, peace, and acceptance.

More details can be found at

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. In a recent report, the CDC stated that the overall number of deaths by suicide increased by 2.6% from 2021 to 2022. While no statistics have been released for 2023, experts believe that this trend may increase in the next few years.

The team at Family Service Agency of the Central Coast says that 132 Americans die by suicide every day. That is over a hundred people who needed help but may not have found available resources - whether because they did not know where to go or felt that they were no longer worth “saving”. With its suicide prevention services, the organization hopes to reach more people who are struggling right now and give them the support they need to move forward.

Family Service Agency of the Central Coast creates custom outreach presentations and training materials for schools, mental health providers, hospitals, and nonprofits. These programs are designed to reduce the stigma surrounding suicide that prevents people from asking for help, increase awareness of warning signs, and teach participants how to help themselves and others.

Family Service Agency of the Central Coast also offers compassionate support groups for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The survivor support group guides members through their individual healing processes.

The team explains that the 24/7 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is the first line of support in the US for anyone who feels general hopelessness, increased anxiety, sudden changes in mood, sleep, or eating patterns, or increased drug and/or alcohol use. The HIPAA-compliant emotional helpline gives individuals the safe space they need to speak about their concerns and have a loving, patient person listen to them.

A spokesperson for the group said, "If you are feeling suicidal, if you know someone who is, if you are worried about someone, or if you have lost someone to suicide, we want you to know that you are not alone—support is available."

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Contact Info:
Name: William McCabe
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Organization: Family Service Agency of the Central Coast
Address: 104 Walnut Avenue, Suite 208,, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, United States
Phone: +1-831-423-9444

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 89124827

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