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Why don't we talk about mental health issues?

FOX26 News is holding a live town hall meeting on this issue and we invite you to attend or watch the event live online and on social media.

Why don’t we talk about mental health issues?

Younger people don’t seem to have a problem talking about it, but older adults do.

FOX26 News is holding a live town hall meeting on this issue and we invite you to attend or watch the event live online and on social media.

We will be at the Center for Advanced Research and Technology, CART for short, in Clovis.

CART is located at the intersection of Clovis Ave. and Santa Ana, near Sierra Vista Mall.

The town hall will take tonight beginning at 6:00 p.m.

We have an outstanding panel of mental health experts who will answer questions from our live audience and those sent in by online viewers through social media.

Seating is first come, first served and is limited to the first 130 people.

We will also carry the town hall live on FOX26 and streaming live on KMPH.com so you can watch on your phone, and on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can join us for this important event when we try to answer why don’t we talk about mental health issues and give you the information you need to start meaningful conversations.

If you would like to ask a question, text it now to (559) 426-6474 for consideration.


Other Resources:

  • NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE: 1-800-273-8255
  • CENTRAL VALLEY SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE: (888) 506-5991
  • NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS HOTLINE: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
  • FRESNO COUNTY DEPT. OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ACCESS LINE: (800) 654-3937
  • SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER ASSESSMENT CENTER: (559) 600-3800
  • “ONE CALL FOR KIDS” (HELP FINDING SERVICES FOR CHILDREN): (559) 225-1102
  • EXODUS RECOVERY CRISIS CENTER: (559) 453-1008
  • EXODUS RECOVERY YOUTH CRISIS CENTER: (559) 512-8700
  • SUICIDEPREVENTIONLIFELINE.ORG
  • THE NATIONAL CRISIS HOTLINE FOR THE DEAF OR HEARING IMPAIRED IS (800) 799-4889
  • THE VA CRISIS LINE NUMBER IS 800-273-8255, THEN PRESS OPTION “1” FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ASSISTANCE.
  • VETERANS CAN SEND A TEXT MESSAGE TO 838255 TO CONNECT WITH A VA RESPONDER.
  • VETERANS CAN START A CONFIDENTIAL ONLINE CHAT SESSION AT VETERANSCRISISLINE.NET/CHAT.


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