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How to Find Help for a Crisis  

 People in crisis can get immediate help by calling 911.

If you are considering suicide you can also call or text 988, the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. 


Urgent help is also available at your local hospital emergency room or by contacting your local crisis line.

San Diego Access and Crisis Line (For mental health emergencies, suicide prevention and referrals to treatment):  (888) 724-7240

Suicide Prevention

It's not always obvious when someone is in pain. If you or someone you know may be thinking about suicide,

it's time to talk. Call the San Diego Access and Crisis Line at (888) 724-7240. You are not alone.
If you have lost a friend or loved one to suicide, you may find yourself in need of support.

 Find resources that are available for when you may need it most.


A site for suicidal individuals and their loved ones,

survivors, mental health professionals, & others who care


Deconstructing the stigma of dissociative identity disorder with advocate and author Olga Trujillo
Olga Trujillo is an internationally renowned speaker and author who has devoted her career to helping advocates, first responders and others in the field better understand the impact of trauma on survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and human trafficking.

Short film- A portrayal of DID, by film maker Dylan Crumpler. 

"Petals of a Rose is currently the best educational film that we have available to educate professionals and the general public about dissociative identities."
— Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, REAT, RYT-500

Dylan grew up with a mother who has Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). Given that DID has often been inaccurately and negatively portrayed in film and television, Dylan envisioned and created this film to realistically depict a day in the life of a woman with DID in an engaging and educational way.

International Hearing Voices Projects
Intervoice supports the International Hearing Voices Movement, connecting people and ideas. We promote a hopeful and rights-based approach to hearing voices, seeing visions and related experiences.

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