JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is transitioning to a three-digit number this Saturday: 988. The hotline has operated as a ten-digit number for more than 15 years, but health officials nationally are trying to reach more people. ...

(CNN) September is National Suicide Prevention Month and perhaps it’s never been more important to talk about, over 18 months into a global pandemic. Already their bodies are battling nerves, hormones and where they fit in in their communities. Add ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — NBC5 News spoke with a local psychologist about ways to deal with the anxiety we’re all feeling. Dr. Doug Smith uses an acronym called ‘RAIN,’ the ‘R’ is to recognize the feelings you have emotionally and where ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A survey conducted by Portland-based ‘DHM Research’ at the end of March surveyed 507 Oregonians. The data shows 28 percent of Oregonians have mild anxiety, 19 percent have moderate, and 12 have severe anxiety. Clinical Director John ...

 JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — A life-coach in Jacksonville is helping people be more mindful during the pandemic. Tiffany Grimes refers to mindfulness as paying attention in the moment without judgement. Grimes is offering a free weekly broadcast where she will provide ...

*Updated as of March 9, 2020, 6:30 pm 26 people have died from coronavirus, NBC News is reporting.* “It’s kind of frustrating when you go to the store and can’t buy any toilet paper,” said Judy Nelson, Rogue River resident. ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.  — NAMI of Southern Oregon hosted two free showings of mental health films in both Ashland and Grants Pass over the weekend.  The group is a non-profit of the national alliance on mental illness which provides education, support, ...

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