In Case of Mental Health Emergency: A Crisis Toolkit

In Case of Mental Health Emergency:
A Crisis Toolkit

Prevention starts with preparation

A mental health crisis can happen to anyone. Create your Crisis Toolkit today to empower yourself or a loved one with resources and support.

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How to create your Crisis Toolkit


Download and print

Access the free Crisis Toolkit at the link above. If you don’t have a printer, download the Toolkit and write your responses in a notebook!


Fill it out with a loved one or professional

Some of these questions might be hard to talk about, and that's okay. Remember to be open, honest, and nonjudgmental.


Stick to the plan

Your Crisis Toolkit is designed to help you feel safe when you’re struggling. Stay prepared by keeping it in an easy-to-access place.

How to start the conversation

Find a safe space

Whether it’s your kitchen table, a local coffee shop, or a favorite park, find a place where it feels safe to open up.

Ease into it

Be genuinely curious about what’s going on in your loved one’s life. This should be an authentic conversation, not just a list of questions.

Keep an open mind

Conversations around mental health aren’t always easy, and that’s okay. Remain calm and non-judgmental. When in doubt, ask questions instead of offering advice or making statements.

Build them up

Reassure them that they’re safe and loved. Remind them that even if they feel alone, it doesn’t mean they are alone.

Remember: healing is a journey

The Crisis Toolkit is designed to change and develop over time. Normalize the conversation by checking in regularly.

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*If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call or text 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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