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It is a safe, confidential way to get some immediate help.

You can also click on the image on the right hand side of this page and schedule a free consultation with me. I have a whole list of Helplines below that offer support for depression as well as many other conditions such as child abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, gambling addictions, gay/lesbian support, violence, teen pregnancy and many others.

Most help lines are run by volunteers and support is offered 24/7 so that you can get the help you need when you need it.

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