Crisis and suicide prevention resources
Crisis counseling services and supportive resources in the Flagstaff area Accordion Closed
Crisis counseling services and supportive resources in the Flagstaff area:
- Terros Health: 877-756-4090
- The Guidance Center: 928-527-1899
- Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) Behavioral Health Services: 928-213-6300
- Sacred Peaks Health Center West: 928-635-7575
- Native Americans for Community Action: 928-526-2968
- Northland Family Help Center: 928-527-1700
- Victim Witness of Coconino County: 928-679-7770
Crisis counseling services and supportive resources outside of the Flagstaff area Accordion Closed
Suicide Prevention Resources Accordion Closed
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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Motivational speaker and Golden Gate jump suicide survivor shares the story of his attempted suicide, survival, and recovery to become a suicide prevention advocate and champion for mental health.
In this TED Talk, Jeremy Forbes provides useful tips on beginning a conversation about suicide.
This engaging, brief video produced by the Mayo Clinic offers concise language for parents on what to say (and not say) to keep teens safe.
Flagstaff Community Resources
Wellness mini-workshops on LifterLMS
Pre-recorded wellness trainings Accordion Closed
Take control of your wellbeing on your watch with Lifter! LifterLMS is an NAU website that offers a variety of pre-recorded trainings on physical, mental, and emotional health topics. Join EAW therapists as we cover such topics as:
- Zoom resilience
- Stress management
- Improving sleep
+ MANY more!
From the NAU network or your VPN at home, go to the LifterLMS Catalog website, sign onto the CAS page, and click on the Course Catalog to check out available courses. We are always adding new courses, so check back often!
**Please note, you MUST visit the LifterLMS site while logged on to the NAU network on campus, or while logged in through the NAU VPN at home, in order to access courses.
Guided Forest Therapy Walks for NAU Employees
Guided Forest Therapy Walks for NAU Employees Accordion Closed
This on-campus forest therapy experience involves taking a guided walk, slowly, with a structured series of invitations designed to help participants relax and connect with the nature, its creatures, each other, and with themselves. Visit the EAW Guided Forest Therapy Walks website to learn more about forest therapy walks.
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