Frequently Asked Questions

Are there helplines or crisis intervention services available for immediate assistance?

Call 904-829-1770 or Dial 9-8-8 for immediate response.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) for immediate assistance and support

Crisis Text Line: Text “HELLO” to 741741 to connect with a trained crisis counselor via text message.

What resources are available for youth struggling with mental health issues?

Our website provides a variety of resources, including videos, tools, and links to organizations that can offer support and information on mental health issues commonly faced by youth.

How can parents support their child's mental health?

Parents can promote open communication, create a supportive environment, and educate themselves about common mental health issues. Our website offers articles and guides for adults on understanding and supporting their child’s mental well-being.

What signs should adults look for if they suspect their child is struggling with mental health issues?

Look out for changes in behavior, mood swings, withdrawal from activities, declining academic performance, or changes in sleep patterns. Our website provides resources to help parents identify and understand these signs.

How can I talk to my child about mental health without making them feel uncomfortable?

Our website offers tips and guides on initiating conversations about mental health with youth. Open, non-judgmental communication is key, and our resources can help parents navigate these discussions.

Can schools use your resources for mental health education?

Absolutely! Our materials are designed for both adults and educators, providing valuable information that can be incorporated into school programs or shared with adults to enhance mental health education.

What is SJC Resilient and why was it formed?

SJC Resilient is part of a non-profit state funded initiative to increase the access of behavioral health resources for children, adults and families in St. Johns County. It is part of the St. Johns County Behavioral Health Consortium that was founded in 2012, which to date is comprised of over 30 local non-profit agencies.