Mental Health
You are not alone. Help is here for you!
If you, your child, or someone you know is in danger of suicide, go to the nearest emergency room, or call 911.

Struggling with Depression?

Everyone is sad sometimes but diagnosed depression is different from occasional blues. If you experience physical and emotional symptoms of depression that will not go away and you can’t seem to pull yourself together, you may need help.

Anxious All the Time?

If you are nervous all the time and have disturbing feelings that overwhelm you, you may need help dealing with anxiety. You can learn ways to relax, release tension and manage recovery.

Facing Extreme Highs & Lows?

If you have intense mood swings that go from the lows of depression to the highs of mania, you may have a bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorders cause serious shifts in mood, energy, thinking and behavior. These mood swings are so intense they interfere with your ability to function.

Your Child or Teen

Your child or teen’s behavior and emotional health can be affected by increased stress, changes in family situations, bullying at school, substance use or even traditional illnesses. It’s normal for them to experience worry or fear in new situations but continuing emotional difficulties, behavior problems or extreme changes in behavior may signal your child needs help from Frontier Health’s caring, trained professionals.

Mobile Crisis
Response Hotline

(877) 928-9062


Lee County: (276) 346-3590
Scott County: (276) 225-0976
Wise County: (276) 523-8300

If you need additional assistance in Spanish, please contact our Interpreter at (423) 467-3726. Interpreting Services offered by Frontier Health are free.

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