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Depression & Suicide

Know the Warning Signs and Risk Factors of Suicide

Suicide has devastating consequences. Learn the risk factors for suicide, and if a loved one displays any of these warning signs, get help immediately.

Know the Warning Signs of Depression

More than feeling down or having a bad day, depression affects how you feel, think and act. Depression causes feelings of sadness and a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed. It can also decrease your ability to function at work and at home, and even affect your physical health.

Mood Disorders

You may experience a range of emotions in your everyday life. But if you experience a low mood much of the time or alternate between extreme emotional highs and lows that can last for weeks or months, you might have a mood disorder. Here’s how to tell and how to get help.

Asking for help can be challenging, but you are not alone.

Call Horizon Behavioral Health to help you navigate the support you need at 1-800-626-2212 (TTY 711), 24/7.

If you are having an urgent mental health crisis, call 911 or visit an emergency room as soon as possible.