24-HR CRISIS LINE 844-345-4569 (Clay, Osceola and Palo Alto Counties)

24-HR CRISIS LINE 855-581-8111 (Kossuth, Winnebago and Worth Counties)

Call or text 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

For Support 24/7/365 – Call or Text 988 (Suicide and Crisis Lifeline), Call 844-345-4569 (Seasons Crisis/Talk Line)

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Rural Mobile Food Outreach: Royal and Everly

Rural Mobile Food Outreach: Royal and Everly

The Clay County Hunger Coalition will be delivering food outreach to the communities of Royal and Everly on Tuesday, April 23. Royal deliveries will be located at The Great Hall of Royal from 11:00am-Noon and Everly deliveries will be located at the Everly Community Park from 12:30pm-1:30pm. Advanced registration is required! First come, first served.

First Responders Foundation Offers Behavioral Health Services

The First Responders Foundation serves and honors first responders, veterans, and their families. Behavioral health services are available to departments including fire, police, EMS, dispatch, corrections, military (including veterans), medical personnel and their families. Services are also available to significant others, partners, and family members of first responders.

Diabetes and Mental Health

Managing diabetes involves physical factors like the health of eyes, kidneys, heart and circulation. Mental health is also an important part of living well with Diabetes. People with Diabetes are twice as likely to suffer from depression as people without Diabetes. Diabetes could also increase how often someone feels anxious as well. These things are 100% manageable—the key is to find support and encouragement.

10 Reasons to Attend a Survivor Day Event

(Source: AFSP) International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, also known as Survivor Day, takes place each year on the Saturday before American Thanksgiving, with virtual and in-person events in communities everywhere. Clay County’s local event will be Saturday, November 18, 11am to 2:30pm at Grand Avenue Community Outreach in Spencer.

Do you have educational content on a resource available in Clay County or an event you’d like to share? Please send to jill.barr@spencerhospital.org.
Clay County Behavioral Health LINC (Local Initiative for Networking and Collaboration) is dedicated to connecting providers and organizations through partnership and education to help improve access and effectiveness of behavioral health and addiction recovery services in Clay County, Iowa. Our mission is nurturing hope, health, and wellness through community collaboration.