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Are you experiencing difficulties at school or work? Get free, confidential support from a helpline in Oregon, United States today.

Persistent problems at school or work may leave you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, singled out or left behind. What’s worse, such challenges can be impossible to avoid, with daily exposure impacting your mental health and wellbeing. There are 9 hotlines in Oregon, United States where you can ask for help if you:

  • Often absentee yourself for headaches, flu, injuries and stomach bugs that you don’t really have.
  • Have trouble understanding tasks, assignments and lessons, and feel left behind or inadequate.
  • Feel isolated, withdrawn and constantly tired at school or work.
  • Constantly feel tired, lazy, sad or depressed, wishing you weren’t at work or school.
  • Use drugs, alcohol or self-harm to distract yourself from your problems at school or work.
  • Have difficulty following lessons or instructions, and feel unable to focus.
  • Have begun to ‘self-medicate’ with drugs or alcohol at or after school or work.
  • Feel so trapped and powerless about school or work that you consider suicide or self-harm.

From heavy workloads and pressure from teachers or management, to low confidence, undiagnosed learning disorders, and subnormal vision or hearing. So many issues can drive serious challenges at school or work. Your worries may even be social ones. Interactions that others find easy may feel more demanding for you.

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 Oregon, United States for support.


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