In light of the recent tragedies occurring in the U.S. and around the world, there is help locally, if you need support. Mercy Maricopa, which oversees the crisis system in Maricopa County, has activated a dedicated 24/7 crisis line in response to the recent shootings. Crisis Response Network operates the line, 1-800-203-CARE (2273), and it’s available to anyone who may be in crisis or who needs to talk about the tragedies. The information is also available on their website, www.crisisnetwork.org, and at www.mercymaricopa.org.
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