Discharge Safety Care2021-04-07T16:13:03-04:00

Discharge Safety Care

Discharge Safety Plan

  • What are some specific events or changes that could quickly overwhelm you? (List at least the top 2.)
  • What are the specific plans you or someone else will follow in case these things happen?
  • What are some early warning signs? (Examples: withdrawal, substance use, impulsivity, anger.) Understanding your feelings and being aware of early warning signs will make it easier for you to take care of yourself and not become overwhelmed to the point of wanting to harm yourself.
  • Things I can DO on my own to cope with distress: One thing that is important to me and worth living for:
  • PLACES I can go or PEOPLE I can be around to distract me or provide a change of scenery:
  • I can call the following for assistance when I’m feeling bad/overwhelmed/suicidal:
  • - Emergency: 911 - Central Florida Behavioral Hospital Admissions Department: 407-370-0111 - National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org - AA Helpline: 1-800-235-2956 www.aa.org - Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741 - ASL Crisis Text Line: text DEAF to 741741
  • Access to firearms
    *If yes, complete remainder of this section. If no, skip to Access to other potentially harmful items.

We’re Always Here to Help

Licensed mental health professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you or your loved one. To schedule a no-cost assessment or for more information, please call 407-370-0111.

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