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Arizona Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline provides information, resources and referrals to victims and survivors of sexual...


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Teen Lifeline provides essential support for teens throughout Arizona. While the suicide prevention hotline is at the heart of...


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Central Arizona Crisis Line provides 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support by phone. We help everyone in Arizona,...


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Northern Arizona Crisis Line is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone. We help...


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Central Arizona Warm Line provides 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We support everyone in Arizona, United...


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Southern Arizona HOPE Inc. Warm Line is dedicated to providing free and confidential support by phone. We exist to help adults,...


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HOPE Inc. Warm Line provides free and confidential support and information by phone. We are here for adults in Arizona, United...


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Do you dread the thought of going to school or work? Contact a free hotline in Arizona, United States for support.

School and work are considered foundations in life, and both are difficult to avoid. For some, the thought of attending on a daily basis can seem like a nightmare, seriously impacting on mental health and happiness.There are 10 helplines in Arizona, United States. It might be time to reach for help if you:

  • Pretend to be sick, hurt or busy to avoid attending classes, school or work.
  • Constantly feel tired, withdrawn and depressed, wishing you could be anywhere but at work or school.
  • Often feel overwhelmed, anxious, restless and unable to relax or concentrate.
  • Are unable to understand, follow or complete the days lessons, tasks or activities.
  • Have thoughts of violence, self-harm or suicide because you feel trapped by school or work.
  • Feel so unhappy attending that you regularly find ways to avoid school, classes or work.
  • Have powerful feelings of anger, defiance, frustration, rebellion and the sense that this is unfair.
  • Have intense school or work related anxiety, stress, fear or worry.

Persistent worries about school or work can be detrimental to your mental health. You may feel socially anxious and have difficulty interacting with your peers. Perhaps you find it hard to keep up on tasks and assignments due to high levels of stress, an undiagnosed learning disorder or sensory impairment.

Distress at school and work should never get in the way of your ability to learn, perform, interact or thrive. You have the potential to succeed, but you need support. If your concerns and negative feelings persist for weeks, months or longer, it might be time to reach out to a volunteer or counselor at a helpline in Arizona, United States for support.


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