Updated press release:
Mono County Behavioral Health Offers Crucial Services for those facing Depression
Robin Williams passing is a reminder that anyone can silently suffer.
Mammoth Lakes, CA – The news of Robin Williams’ death this week serves as a stark reminder that deep despair and hopelessness have no boundaries. When depression takes hold, it can feel impossible to face another day for those with depression. In response to this news, Mono County Behavioral Health is available for anyone in need.
If someone you know is struggling, please reach out and let Mono County Behavioral Health connect you with needed services. Mono County Behavioral Health – 760.924.1740 or via web at http://www.suicideispreventable.org/
Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Larry K. Johnston commented, “You are not alone. There are services available all throughout Mono County. What this week has shown is that no matter who you are, there are times you may need a helping hand. Everyone faces struggles with life at some point. Remember you are not alone.”
Know The Signs Campaign has many resources, many ideas about how to get through and how to help or you can always call, 24 hours a day, the National Suicide Lifeline, 1-800-273-8255
(From Robin Roberts, Director of Mono Behavioral Health Department)
The news of Robin William’s death yesterday reminds us that deep despair and hopelessness has no boundaries. When depression and deep sadness take hold, it can feel impossible to face another day. Mono County Behavioral Health is here for you. If you or someone you know is struggling, please call us and let us help sort out the best next thing to do. 760.924.1740 If you have access to a computer take a look at this website: http://www.
We all struggle with life at some point; some of us more than others. You don’t have to do it alone.