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Broward Tragedy- Too Close To Home

The staff at 211 HelpLine express deepest condolences for the students, families, teachers, staff and community in Broward County.  Without a doubt, the impact of school shootings has no boundaries…the ripple from this traumatic event has sent shock waves county to county, statewide, nationally

Helping Children & Students Cope In the Aftermath of School Shooting

Individuals and Families can also reach out for help and simply to talk via 211 School District of Palm Beach County- resources click here From the Center for Child Counseling: Tips For Helping Children and Students Cope The news out of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward

Suicide Risk- Demographics Remain Relatively Unchanged – Middle Aged White Men at Greatest Risk

Demographics Remain Relatively Unchanged – Middle Aged White Men at Greatest Risk NEW YORK (JANUARY 2, 2018) – On December 21, 2017, the CDC released the most recent data related to suicide for the year 2016. According to these data, suicide is still the tenth leading cause of death and the rate

Agencies Asked To Become Summer Food Sites If Willing And Able

  Youth Services is a Summer Food sponsor that allows sites with refrigerators, running water, bathroom facilities and place to eat to serve breakfast, lunch and/or snacks (up to 2 meals) to children under the age of 18 in PBC. We would like to expand our reach to ensure that all children are

Lyft, St. Lucie County Partner to Assist the Transportation Disadvantaged

  ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S., and St. Lucie County have joined forces to provide transportation services for residents enrolled in the county’s Direct Connect Program for the Transportation Disadvantaged.  The new transportation initiative provides

Backlash at YouTube Star Regarding Suicide Video

January 4, 2018- YouTube personality Logan Paul continues to face intense criticism after he posted a video of a victim of suicide found while Logan and his group where visiting a Japanese forest known as a location for suicides. The staff at 211 HelpLine want the community to turn this