National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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'START' 741-741

How COVID-19 has affected youth Mental Health in the Us

Mental health-related emergencies have increased 31% for teens during the pandemic. 

Generalized anxiety disorder has increased 93.6% & major depression disorder has increased 83.9%. 

ED visits for suspected suicide attempts increased among adolescents aged 12-17 during Spring 2020.

There was a 51% increase among females and

4% increase among males.

COVID-19 Resources

As we continue to deal with the effects of  COVID-19, we wanted to let you know that the staff and volunteers are continuing our work in suicide prevention and providing support and resources to individuals and families in crisis. We continue to offer our all of our programs online and in-person, as well as our Annual Walk With Hope. (Updated Jan. 2022)

"With Hope, the Amber Craig Memorial Foundation is dedicated to suicide prevention through improving mental health awareness and education in our schools and throughout our community."

DISCLAIMER: The diagnosis and treatment of depression and other psychiatric disorders requires a trained medical professional. Information contained in this website reflects the opinions of With Hope Foundation, and is intended for educational purposes only. It should NOT be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment of any mental/psychiatric disorders. Please consult a medical professional if the information here leads you to believe you or someone you know may be depressed.

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With Hope, the Amber Craig Memorial Foundation | P.O. Box 550 | Placentia, CA 92871 | (714)-524-1996

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