There's help out there if you're struggling, Evanston!

Stephen Vick, executive director of the Infant Welfare Society of Evanston, posted this video yesterday about how much he needed a mental health break.


When I asked if I could share it here, he didn't hesitate. He said he hopes the video will help others out there. If you're struggling, there is help. Talking helps! Call AMITA Health Saint Francis Hospital Evanston crisis line at 708-681-4357 for 24/7 support. You can also call The Living Room at The Turning Point at 847-933-9202, or National Suicide Prevention Line at 800-273-8255. And thanks to the Evanston Care Network, you can call or text 847-448-4311 for additional community resources.



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