The above subject is the title of a US News & World Report posting on April 2 by Kirstin Fawcett. The article describes what self-help support groups are, how they function, and how they help. Please see the full text on their website.
If you or someone you know has thoughts of death or suicide, call toll-free 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255), the NJ Hopeline 855-654-6735 or 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY. For any psychiatric emergency in New Jersey call your county crisis center, or go to a hospital emergency room. Other non-emergency sources of help include your medical professionals, clergy, a loved one, or a friend. If not in crisis but need to talk, call the MHA NJ Peer Recovery WarmLine at 877-292-5588 (Hours M-F 8 am - 10 pm, Sa-Su 5 pm - 10 pm, holidays 3 pm - 10 pm).
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