One day at a time for the long-term unemployed |

Are you or someone you care about suffering from long-term unemployment?  Listen to this radio news article for some perspective:  One day at a time for the long-term unemployed |

It is important to remember that there are always options and solutions to difficult situations, but when we become enveloped in thick fog, we cannot see a clear path.  If you are having trouble seeing through the fog of hopelessness and despair,  please contact a professional who can listen and help.  Not sure how to use your health insurance?  Read about health insurance tips here.

Don’t Have Health Insurance? For free or low-fee mental health counseling in San Diego, contact Its Up to Us.

If you are having thoughts of ending your life, please get help.  You might consider talking to a trusted family member or friend to let them know how you are suffering.  

You can also call the:

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline at -1-800-273-TALK (8255) or
  • the San Diego County Access and Crisis Line at 1-888-724-7240.
Both of these resources will help you access the help you need.