What’s in Your Toolbox? Share, Connect and Reach Out Today!
Morgan has previously worked in Yakima law enforcement and about 4 years ago he was provided the opportunity to work a dream job. To be the conduit between law enforcement and mental health with Comprehensive Health Care.
Morgan isn't a professional counselor but he is able to assist in getting the community to be on the same page. More tools for each one of our toolboxes. He isn't training people to know how to diagnose mental illness but what to look for and where to go if someone is reaching out for help. Let's get rid of the stigma and
A professional will answer the phone and help guide you through whatever you are struggling with. Start the conversation. This isn't a bad thing, everyone has a bad day. When those bad days begin turning into weeks and months that is when it's time to reach out and get some extra tools to add to your toolbox. There are many options and you are not alone.
Hope and Facts
The reality of the situation, most of the time if you were to smile at 10 people. Most would respond in a positive way. Continue to connect. Don't be afraid to ask the question, "Are you thinking of suicide" You asking this isn't going to put the idea in their head, it's already there. It is opening up the conversation to let them know they are not alone and there are people who care and there are some great resources to get them through this darkness.
Interview with Morgan from Comprehensive Healthcare
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