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Should you have any health, medical, or disability questions or concerns, please consult a physician or other healthcare professional. Never disregard, avoid, or delay obtaining advice from your licensed mental health care provider because of something you have read on this Site. This site does not provide counseling or crisis intervention services. Individuals in need of these services should contact their health care provider or community mental health center or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). If you or someone you know is having immediate thoughts of self-harm, suicide, or harm to others, immediately call 911.
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This Site contains links to other organizations that may provide useful information for users. Links may also exist from third party websites to The Youth Mental Health Project website. Users acknowledge that The Youth Mental Health Project is not in control of these sites and cannot control their content or practices. The existence of a link to or from The Youth Mental Health Project Site does not indicate endorsement or recommendation of any individual, organization, product, or practice by The Youth Mental Health Project, its officers, Board of Directors, employees, or volunteers.
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The Youth Mental Health Project does not obtain information that will personally identify website visitors, unless visitors choose to provide such information by ordering materials, subscribing to the newsletter, donating, or otherwise connecting with us. The Youth Mental Health Project does not give, rent, share, sell or transfer any personal information provided to us on this site or through any contact of The Youth Mental Health Project to any third party. When inquiries are emailed to The Youth Mental Health Project staff, the message and email address is stored to allow staff to respond electronically. Unless otherwise required by statute, The Youth Mental Health Project does not identify publicly who sends questions or comments through this website.
When deemed appropriate at its sole discretion, The Youth Mental Health Project may provide user information, including identifying information that may have been entered into the site by the user, to authorized law enforcement agencies when the site has been used in connection with potentially illegal practices.