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How Much Stress Is Too Much?

Your morning alarm blares from the night stand next to as you scramble to turn it off. It’s the beginning of a new day and immediately your mind races with Read More

Busting 3 Misconceptions About PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops in those who’ve experienced trauma, a dramatic situation, or dangerous event. It’s natural to feel scared, shocked, and anxious after Read More

Tips To Create Guidelines For Kids And Screen Time In The New Year

Technology is commonly a top gift for the holidays- especially for our youth. Popular iPads, phones, computers, and video games made their way under trees across America this holiday season Read More

How To Deal With Grief During The Holidays

The holidays can be a time of grief and sadness for those suffering from loss. Grief can be encompassing. It can come in overwhelming waves that make it difficult to Read More

How To Avoid Holiday Stress

The holidays are known as the most wonderful time of the year! A time meant for relaxing and spending time with the people you love. However, in reality, the holidays are Read More

A Helpful Guide For Holiday Stress and Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is hard to deal with anytime of year, but the holidays can add extra stress to the disorder. Holiday parties increase the pressure to socialize….what will people think? Overcrowded rooms, Read More

5 Unhealthy Signs Of A Stress-Related Disorder

Is stress just a normal part of life? After all, doesn't everyone experience it to some degree? Stress in modern-day society seems to be just as common as the cup of Read More

How Trauma Effects Your Brain

Have you ever experienced something traumatic? An event so incredibly frightening or distressing that its shaken you to your core? Maybe you've served in military combat or survived cancer…or a car Read More

A Holistic Approach to Psychiatric Care

Has anyone ever told you to "look at the big picture" in life? Goodness, completion, and restoration are all part of the big picture. It's the optimal state. Looking at the Read More

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Crisis Services

Always contact the Cedar Oaks Team with any concerns or questions. In an emergency, or if you are unable to contact us, listed below are some additional helplines and advocacy services. These are run by different organizations.  They are free services that you can use for talk or text support in an emotional crisis. For a medical emergency always call 988.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you would like immediate help, please call or text 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). Through this toll-free phone number, we offer a network of crisis centers across the country. These centers staff their lines with people who are trained to listen and offer support to people in emotional crisis. If you are in an immediate medical crisis, please call 988.

North Carolina Hopeline – you talk, and we listen.

CALL OR TEXT: 919-231-4525 | 877-235-4525

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Health

Crisis line, information, and advocacy

NAMI North Carolina

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