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Don't Go It Alone

There Is Hope...

Social connection is a key ingredient of suicide prevention. But during this difficult time our public health approach is to keep our distance from others and avoid contact. This can easily lead to feelings of isolation and anxiety. Being laid off from work and the financial problems it causes can be very stressful as well.

It all may seem so frightening and hopeless. But we are not alone …. we are not isolated. Churches and other organizations are reaching out to offer help where needed. There is another emergency aid package to alleviate the financial stress with more economic relief on its way. Vaccines have been developed and are being distributed. There is hope.

Most importantly, Coastal Horizons remains hard at work giving hope and options to those in need of mental health support. If you find yourself unable to control suicidal thoughts please do not hesitate to call for help. The Veterans Outreach Program provides financial assistance and all interaction is strictly confidential.

Brunswick County

Coastal Horizons Center

Highway 17 South

Behind Jones Ford

120 Coastal Horizons Drive

Shallotte, NC 28470

910 754-4515

New Hanover County

Coastal Horizons Center

Main Office

Willie Stargell Office Park

615 Shipyard Blvd.

Wilmington, NC 28412

910 343-0145

Pender County

Coastal Horizons Center

Pender Office

803 S. Walker Street

Burgaw, NC 28425

910 259-0668

Community Health Needs Survey

https://tinyurl.com/HealthILM

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Number — 1-800-273-8255 

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Mailing Address

   Save A Vet Now, P.O. Box 265

               Hampstead, North Carolina 28443