Branch County Suicide Prevention Coalition

If you or someone you know is in crisis or distress, reach out for hope at 1-800-273-TALK, 517-278-SAFE, 1-888-725-7534, or 911.

If you or someone you know is in crisis or distress, reach out for hope at 1-800-273-TALK, 517-278-SAFE, 1-888-725-7534, or 911.

Pines Behavioral Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month💚

In honor of Mental Health Month, we wanted to share with you all of our services as we continue to stay safe and healthy!

Pines Behavioral Health

Good reminders put together by our prevention team, Mackenzie and Samantha. #mentalhealthmonth

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Make sure to check in on your family, friends and loved ones during this time. For more resources on how to start the conversation and how to support them, follow the link below!✨💚

If someone you care about doesn't seem like themselves lately, check in on them and let them know you’ll be there to support them every step of the way.

Want more guidance on how to have an open, honest conversation about the tough stuff? Take a look at our #RealConvo guides and download them at!

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Mental Health First Aid USA

It’s hard not to see your friends at school or on weekends because of physical distancing. While you’re talking to your friends online or on the phone, it’s important that you look for warning signs that may indicate they are really struggling and need help.

Pines Behavioral Health

Many food resources available to anyone in need. Please share!

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

MDHHS has launched a statewide, peer-run warmline for Michiganders living with persistent mental health conditions during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The warmline will operate seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. at 888-PEER-753 (888-733-7753). It is intended to serve individuals living with persistent mental health challenges including anxiety, depression and trauma.

Individuals in crisis, including those considering suicide, are urged to contact the Disaster Distress Helpline 24/7 at 800-985-5990 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 at 800-273-8255.

Pines hosts weekly online mental health group

Here’s a great FREE resource for our community! Support group meets every Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. to help people deal with the COVID-19 pandemic

DeStress Monday

Experts from the Department of Mental Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health put together these tips and resources on how to protect your mental health during these trying times.
#DeStressMonday #MentalHealth

Here are some great self-care tips to help you destress this Monday✨

Now, more than ever, it’s time to practice self-care and destress on Monday. Disconnect from stress with these quick self-care tactics for a happier you. Click the link below to learn more. #DeStressMonday #Selfcare
Healthy Monday

Unmasked Mental Health


M O N D A Y ✨

Here is a great breathing exercise to help you start your week on a positive and healthy note. Follow the link below for more instructions!

Use this breathing exercise to start the week fresh and free of anxiety. This practice can clear your mind of stress and unhappiness, as well as create a clean slate to refresh your healthy intentions. Click the link below for full instructions. #DeStressMonday #MondayRefresh
Healthy Monday

Pines Behavioral Health

It is clear that everyone is under a lot of stress. The Covid-19 pandemic is unprecedented in our lifetime and the unpredictability of what we are facing is hard for everyone. People are worried about health, money, family, and friends. We understand the stress you are facing; we feel it too. Now, more than ever, we must pull together and take care of each other. Pines is committed to continue to provide needed mental health and substance use services - although it may look different. Many of our staff are working from their homes but providing support services telephonically or in the community. Therapists and physicians are onsite providing services to those that are well, and telephonic or telehealth support to many others. We continue to provide the availability of crisis services to all of Branch County and screen for inpatient admissions for persons without insurance or covered by Medicaid. In addition, prevention education services for all ages will be available online. Unless required by the government to do otherwise, we will find a way to continue to provide services to all those in need.
Hang in there and take of yourself. These are difficult, stressful times, but you are not alone.

How to survive coronavirus anxiety Ironically, feeling stressed not only feels bad, but increases the risk for becoming ill. Here's how to cope.

Stamp Out Stigma

Mondays don't have to be stressful! Take a moment, write down a goal for the week, and take a deep breath. You can do this! 💚

Branch County Suicide Prevention Coalition's cover photo

Branch County Suicide Prevention Coalition's cover photo

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

You may be feeling a lot of things right now. You’re not alone in that and that’s okay. Let yourself feel, reach out if you need to, and be kind to one another. 💙

Happy National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day💙


Thank you to our local law enforcement agencies for everything they have done and continue to do for our community👮🚓💙

Wishing you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Keep Your Family Safe From Unused Opioid Pain Medicines (60 Secs)

This PSA from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shows why it is important to remove unused prescription opioid medicines from your home. Members of...

Merry Christmas Everyone🎄

Branch County Substance Abuse Task Force

Here are some great tips on how you can lock up your medications this holiday season! #lockyourmeds

Branch County Suicide Prevention Coalition's cover photo

The holiday season is approaching fast. Below are some helpful tips to help you get through the holidays🎄

The holiday season is in full swing – which can mean increased stress and anxiety for many. Don’t forget it’s okay to set boundaries and take the time you need! Via @ avamariedoodles

FCC moves to designate 988 a national suicide-prevention hotline number

There will now be an easy to remember 3 digit prevention hotline phone number for people to use when in a crisis👏 Americans may soon be able to dial 988 to reach mental health providers if they are feeling suicidal under a new proposal approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Thank you to the Branch Area Lions Club for allowing us to sponsor a tree! We love bringing awareness and reducing the stigma in any and every way we can! Happy Holidays!


Today is International Stress Awareness Day! Check out some of the great ideas NAMI has to reduce stress!

Today is International Stress Awareness Day – here are some ideas of how you can take a breath and reduce stress today!

Call 278-SAFE (7233) to register!

Pines Behavioral Health and the Branch County Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence are bringing a parenting program for second and third shift parents/caregivers. This is a FREE program with weekly incentives. Call 278-SAFE (7233) to register TODAY!

Call 517-278-SAFE (7233) to register today for this AMAZING parenting program!

Pines Behavioral Health and Branch County Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence have extended the start date for their collaboration of The Strengthening Families Parenting Program. Program sessions will start on 11/13/19-1/8/20. This is a 7 week program that offers dinner, childcare, weekly incentives, and a larger incentive upon completion. If you know of any families that may be interested, please encourage them to register by 11/10/19.

Call 517.278.SAFE (7233) to register today!

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Contrary to popular belief, asking someone directly if they’re thinking about suicide won’t “put the idea in their head”. In fact, people are often relieved to have a #RealConvo about mental health! #Science2StopSuicide

CBS This Morning

We are doing something we have never done before on CBS. We are dedicating our entire 8 a.m. hour to a conversation about #mentalhealth taking place in front of a live studio audience.

Our goal in this special is to #StopTheStigma surrounding mental health.

Join us.

OCD Awareness Week starts today💚 #OCDWeek

Did you know OCD Awareness Week starts today? Head to for more info on how you can join us to spread awareness of OCD and related disorders. #OCDWeek @IOCDF

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