Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas
December 2020
  24/7 Crisis Line: (214) 828-1000 or (800) 273-TALK (8255)
 Our Mission since 1969:
"Helping those in crisis, especially suicidal crisis, find hope for the future."
Holiday Greetings Friend,

We are extremely grateful for your support in 2020.

This has been a devastating year for far too many who have suffered illness as well as the loss of family members and loved ones from a disease that we knew nothing about this time last year.

All of the uncertainty about so much of our lives, including our emotional health, has made us more determined than ever to be here for our North Texas community.

And it has not been easy. Our volunteer training classes, our grief support groups and our yearly fundraising event were all cancelled in late March until further notice. And then, as the pandemic unfolded, we asked for your help. Thankfully, many responded.

This project began over 50 years ago in Dallas, Texas with a phone line and a few compassionate volunteers answering the line all day and all night ~ because they truly believed they could save lives. It is a daunting task talking to someone who has lost all hope. But we are trained to do miracles. Many times during a day or a night we do just that ~ confidentially and without fanfare. Because of your belief in our work, we are determined to continue to be here to provide the Hopeline when all seems lost.

We wish you and yours a hopeful, meaningful, healthy and safe holiday season. If you need to talk or if you know someone who is feeling overwhelmed by 2020 or life, in general, please ask them to reach out to us. #Bethe1To Ask.

Thankfully, and because of you, we're still here, 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1 (800) 273-8255 or

North Texas Lifeline
(214) 828-1000.

You Are Not Alone.

In gratitude,

Margie Wright, Executive Director
(214) 824-7020
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