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Learn to Be Well: Find Support

Support @ Surry Community College

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Bri Beasley, Counselor  |  Email:   |   Phone: 336-386-3226

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Suicide and Crisis Lifeline


📞 Call 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, which provides 24/7, confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or mental health-related distress. Learn more about 988


All people can benefit from talking to someone with training and expertise in how people think, feel, cope, and thrive. You do not have wait for a mental health crisis to start therapy. The earlier you get started, the better the outcome, and the sooner you will start to feel better. 

🔖 Finding Therapy

The Importance of Early Intervention

Studies have shown that proper care and treatment make complete recovery from a mental health or substance use challenge attainable. Early intervention can also save a person and their loved ones from stress, prevent more serious symptoms from developing, and reduce the likelihood of problems with work, family, school and substance use. Plus, it could help reduce medical costs and the overall burden on friends and family members.

-Mental Health First Aid

Support Groups

A support group provides you with an opportunity to gain support while also connecting with others. 

🔖 Find Support Groups