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Mental Health Resources

Enhancing students' mental well-being not only improves their learning capacity but also enhances their ability to unlock their full potential. The well-being of students' minds within the educational framework is undeniably integral. In the grand scheme, students with robust mental health are more adept at relationship-building, confident decision-making, and collaboration. These favorable outcomes not only uplift the individual students but also radiate positively throughout their broader community as they transition into adulthood.

Resources for Responding to Suicide:

For immediate assistance, call 911 if the person has access to lethal means and/or is in immediate danger.


Who to Call:

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)

National Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

Youth Services Bureau: 260.530.7676 / Text SAFE to 69866


Law Enforcement & First Responders:

Wabash City Police Department: 260.563.1111

Wabash County Sheriff's Department: 260.563.8891

North Manchester Police Department: 260.982.8555

Indiana State Police (24 Hours): 800.622.4962 / 317.232.8248

Wabash City Fire Department: North Station - 260.563.1166 / South Station - 260.563.7622


Online Resources:

Chaucie's Place:

Suicide Prevention Resource Center:

Indiana State Suicide Prevention:

Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

Jason Foundation:

The Trevor Project:

National Alliance on Mental Health:


Suicide Stop:


Depression Triggers:

Addiction Signs:


Mental Health Centers:

The Wabash County Bowen Center

255 N. Miami Street

Wabash, IN 46992



Wabash Friends Counseling Center

3563 S. State Road 13

Wabash, IN 46992



Indiana Wesleyan Counseling Center

1900 W. 50th Street

Marion, IN 46953



Life Spring Counseling Center

Huntington University

479 Campus Street

Huntington, IN 46750



Life Spring Counseling Center

Huntington University - Ft. Wayne Location

909 E. State Boulevard

Ft. Wayne, IN 46805



Parkview Behavioral Health

1720 Beacon Street

Ft. Wayne, IN 46805

260.373.7500 / 1.800.284.8439


Michiana Behavioral Health

1800 N. Oak Drive

Plymouth, IN 46563



Support groups for those who have lost a loved one to suicide:

We The Living:

Riverview Health:

Hope & Healing SOS (Survivors of Suicide):

Survivors of Suicide Victims: 317.509.6869 (SOS Facilitator)


Useful Mobile Apps:

A Friend Asks: From the Jason Foundation, discusses warning signs, offers resources, tips on how to help a friend, what to do, what not to do, how to get help.

Safer Home: Ways to reduce access to lethal means and practical safety planning tips.

Safety Plan: Personalized digital safety plan.

MY3: Select 3 individuals from contact list to support them in times of crisis.

ASK & Prevent Suicide: Provides resources and crisis intervention resources.

Virtual Hope Box: Variety of tools to assist with distractions, inspiration, relaxation, and coping.

Ulster County SPEAK: Variety of information and resources, special student section.

HELP Prevent Suicide: Warning signs of ideation, guidelines on how to help, helpline numbers.

Suicide Safe: Provides tips and offers "real time" what-to-do actions, referrals for treatment.

INjury Prevention: Information on the size and scope of specific injury problems in Indiana.

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