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A Fort McMurray man who once faced suicidal thoughts over the wildfire says he has a mental health plan and wants to encourage others who may be vulnerable to come up with one as well. Jay Telegdi said he had a hard time coping after he lost his home to the massive wildfire in May last year.
He's healthier now but still has a mental health plan just in case. Can you come by and spend some time with me and help cheer me up?
Get over here ASAP. The Fort McMurray crisis-prevention society, Some Other Solutions, said its crisis hotline has received calls so far this year, compared to in all of About of them this year were about suicidal thoughts.
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In54 calls were about suicidal thoughts. If you are struggling with mental health or have thoughts of suicide and live in the Fort McMurray area, call Some Other Solution's crisis hotline at Alberta Health Services also said it has seen more people seeking mental health support after the wildfire.
Sandra Corbett, chief of psychiatry for Alberta Health Services' north zone, said 36, clients have asked for mental health help since May She noted that in-patient beds for people at risk of harming themselves are routinely full. Linda Sovdi, the health and wellness manager at Some Other Solutions, said anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts should have a mental health plan. She said early warning s of suicide include thoughts of self-harm, excessive abuse of drugs and alcohol, reckless or high-risk behaviour and giving valuable possessions away.
Those with a history of mental illness or who work in industries where they could encounter trauma, such as healthcare, emergency response and journalism, should consider devising a plan. The Canadian Mental Health Association 's websi te has steps to guide people in creating mental health plans.
A plan could include incorporating calming activities, listing reasons for living and having a list of people to call when feeling down. The organization says people may develop plans on their own, and can get input from loved ones or mental health professionals. Talking about suicide shouldn't be different from discussing symptoms to watch for when someone has a physical health condition like diabetes, Sovdi said.
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