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   If you are concerned about your mental health safety or the safety of another human being, you are urged to immediately contact an emergency services department (by dialing 911 or 211 in the Big Bend area).  You can always drive to the nearest emergency room hospital.

   If you’re certain that you and others are safe, but you are in serious distress of some kind, feel free to contact us for assistance.

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