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Self Help Resources

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Tuck Sleep Foundation is a non-profit community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. Tuck has been featured on NPR, Lifehacker, Radiolab and is referenced by many colleges/universities and sleep organizations across the web.

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ULifeline provides a "self-evaluator" assessment that will provide you with insight about your emotional health. Developed by Duke University, this tool is confidential and anonymous.

2-1-1 Brown County United Way Logo

The 2-1-1 Directory can assist residents of Brown County, WI in finding resources to address their mental health needs. Click on the link above for the searchable database, or simply dial 2-1-1 on any phone in Brown County, WI.

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Family Services of Northeastern Wisconsin offers crisis counseling at no cost, both over the phone and in person. Please call 920-436-8888 to speak with a counselor, or visit their website by clicking the link above.

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Half Of Us is a website maintained by MTV networks. It provides information about mental health on college campuses, geared toward students.

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ADAPT-Marinette (715) 732-7760; after hours crisis line (888) 732-7549
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Shawano County Department of Community Programs
Shawano County Dept of Community Programs (715) 526-3240

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HELP of Door County, 24 hour Domestic Abuse Hotline (920) 743-8818
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Golden House is a secure place where victims of domestic abuse find compassionate, knowledgeable advocates offering confidential, individualized help. Golden House serves individuals and families of ALL ages, genders, races, sexual orientation, and gender expression, with counseling, temporary shelter, 24-Hour helpline, legal assistance (restraining and harassment order filing assistance), support groups, transitional housing options, prevention education and more.
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