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posted: 8/29/2014 10:29 AM

Crisis Line of Fox Valley needs help

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Submitted by Association for Individual Development

Economic strife has produced increased feelings of anxiety and depression.

This has led to an increased need for Crisis Line services.

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The Crisis Line of the Fox Valley offers free, supportive counseling and referrals to community resources. They are looking for empathic individuals with good communication skills to participate in the 10-week Crisis Line training program.

Classes, which start on Thursday, Sept. 18, will take place at the Association for Individual Development's Behavioral Health site located at 1230 N. Highland Ave., Aurora.

The free training focuses on mental illness, crisis intervention, suicide, addictions, abuse, and community resources.

For questions, or to register, call Cheryl at (630) 966-4304.

The Association for Individual Development, which began in 1961, is a nonprofit agency that serves persons with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. Its mission is to enrich the lives of persons with diverse disabilities by promoting individual achievement and inclusion in the community. Visit

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