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Many people are under a lot of stress, and it’s resulting in more calls to crisis hotlines. Terry Schroder with Deschutes County Mental Health Services says the need is greater than ever: “One of the things we look for and try to work with is: develop appropriate sense of hope, and also how much hopelessness and helplessness is existing. The stronger those two, hopelessness and helplessness, the more there's a risk involved.” Deschutes County offers a 24 hour crisis hotline. Just call (541) 322-7500.

 

 

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