NAMI Shelby Mental Illness Education and Support Group in Shelby County, Alabama.
When to call 911 for police/ambulance assistance and/or take person to the hospital:
WHEN & WHO TO CALL
- If the person is in imminent danger of harming themselves or others. - If the person has already acted on suicidal thoughts, homicidal thoughts or command psychotic symptoms   (the person has already done something to hurt themselves or someone else).
WHEN YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE IS EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255):
- If the person is in any type of crisis, including, but not limited to, suicidal thoughts. - You’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area.
Chilton-Shelby Mental Health Center 24 Hour Crisis Line at 205-663-1252:
- This will allow you/your loved one to speak to a therapist. - If the person is experiencing:        * Suicidal or homicidal thoughts        * Psychotic symptoms (hallucinations, paranoia) - You can also call the same number during work hours to learn about services.
Talk Line through Wings Across Alabama at 1-800-639-3000:
- Not a crisis line, just someone to talk things over with; a peer support specialist - Monday through Friday from 12:00 Noon-12:00 Midnight
When to contact Shelby County Probate Court at 205-669-3710 in order to discuss a possible involuntary commitment:
- When any of the above are true, - AND the person is currently in Shelby County (if not then call probate court in the county where the person   is at the present time), - AND the person is unwilling to seek any kind of mental health treatment (i.e. see a therapist, psychiatrist or   go to the hospital).
Shelby Baptist Physician's Center 1000 1st ST North Alabaster, Al 35007 Telephone 205-202-0827 Email:  namishelby@gmail.com
© Copyright NAMI|Shelby 2018.  All rights reserved.
NAMI Shelby Mental Illness Education and Support Group in Shelby County, Alabama.
When to call 911 for police/ambulance assistance and/or take person to the hospital:
WHEN & WHO TO CALL
- If the person is in imminent danger of harming themselves or others. - If the person has already acted on suicidal thoughts, homicidal thoughts or command psychotic symptoms   (the person has already done something to hurt themselves or someone else).
WHEN YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE IS EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255):
- If the person is in any type of crisis, including, but not limited to, suicidal thoughts. - You’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area.
Chilton-Shelby Mental Health Center 24 Hour Crisis Line at 205-663-1252:
- This will allow you/your loved one to speak to a therapist. - If the person is experiencing:        * Suicidal or homicidal thoughts        * Psychotic symptoms (hallucinations, paranoia) - You can also call the same number during work hours to learn about services.
Talk Line through Wings Across Alabama at 1-800-639-3000:
- Not a crisis line, just someone to talk things over with; a peer support specialist - Monday through Friday from 12:00 Noon-12:00 Midnight
When to contact Shelby County Probate Court at 205-669-3710 in order to discuss a possible involuntary commitment:
- When any of the above are true, - AND the person is currently in Shelby County (if not then call probate court in the county where the person   is at the present time), - AND the person is unwilling to seek any kind of mental health treatment (i.e. see a therapist, psychiatrist or   go to the hospital).
Shelby Baptist Physician's Center 1000 1st ST North Alabaster, Al 35007 T: 205-202-0827 E: namishelby@gmail.com
© Copyright NAMI|Shelby 2018.  All rights reserved.