Eternal Crisis Outreach

Mental Health

Stages of Mental Health Conditions

Stage 1

Mild symptoms and warning signs

Stage 2

Symptoms increase in frequency and severity and interfere with life activities and roles

Stage 3

Symptoms worsen with relapsing and recurring episodes accompanied by serious disruption in life activities and roles

Stage 4

Symptoms are persistent and severe and have jeopardized one’s life

Every day that we have breathe in our body,
we have a hance to be better than yesterday.

Changing The Way We Think About Mental Health

Step 1

Determine if the person is at risk for suicide?  Will he or she harm themselves or others?

Step 2

Talk with the person.  Do not criticize them or aurgue with them.  Say, “I am here for you.”

Step 3

Get immediate professional help!  Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number.

Step 4

Contact our office for help.  Hospitalization may be required.  Ask what steps to take.  Do not leave until the person gets help.

Prevention has always been better than intervention

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