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Contact a hotline in West Virginia, United States for help supporting a loved one with mental health problems.

Many of us have struggled with our mental health at some point, or we know someone who has. When we suspect that a loved one could be having mental health problems, it can raise concerns. If your loved one shows any of these signs, contact a helplines in West Virginia, United States for advice – 1 helplines are available:

  • They have started talking in a slow, low voice without much expression.
  • They have started using substances like alcohol or drugs more often.
  • They reject invitations to spend time together or hang out.
  • They have suddenly lost or gained a lot of weight.
  • They seem to have a “I don’t care” attitude.
  • They seem to believe things that seem very strange or frightening to you.
  • They've recently experienced a significant life event like a break up or a death.
  • They have become highly self-critical.

Most people find it difficult to know what to do or say when someone close to them appears to be struggling with their mental health. It's normal to feel a desire to help yet at the same time feel helpless. There are ways you can support your loved one that are not overly complicated.

If you're worried about a loved one's mental health and you're not sure what to do, help is available. You can contact a hotline in West Virginia, United States and get support from a volunteer who cares. A helpline volunteer can guide you in how to help a loved one who is struggling.


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