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Resources for steelworkers and others in crisis

Shedding light on a subject usually kept hidden.

The director of the Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration, Brian Hepburn, and Dave Goldman, chief of the Baltimore County Bureau of Behavioral Health, asked us to publish this information in the wake of our story on a steelworker suicide.

“We are saddened by the death of Mr. Jennings. We would like to express our sympathy to his family and friends. In The Baltimore Brew article, Mr. Jennings’ daughter, Jeanne Jennings, has encouraged others to ask for help if needed.

“Please use the resources below if you are feeling the need to talk to someone or if you feel your loved one would benefit from talking to someone.”

Mental health services in Baltimore County: 410-887-3828

Baltimore County Crisis Hotline: 410-931-2214

Baltimore Crisis Response: 410-752-2272

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255


Other resources which may be helpful:

National Suicide Prevention Hotline (open 24/7): @800273TALK 800-273-8255

Baltimore Crisis Response (24/7): 410-752-2272

Grassroots Crisis Intervention (24/7): 410-531-6677, 1-800-422-0009

Network of Care: www.networkofcare.org

Mental Health Association of Md: www.MHAMD.org – 443-901-1550

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Md: www.NAMIMD.org – 410-884-8691


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