In Touch Schedule for 2023-24 Holidays

Kindly be advised that In Touch Community Services will be operating at a limited capacity during the holiday season (December 18 – January 1).
We’ll be back in full force on January 2, 2024 to attend to your inquiries and counseling requests.
If you need immediate support, our Crisis Line continues to be available 24/7 via the following numbers:
+63 2 8893 7603 / +63 917 800 1123 (Globe) / +63 922 893 8944 (Sun) / +63 919 056 0709 (Smart)
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For emergency cases related to self-harm or suicide ideation, our safety protocol is to proceed to the nearest emergency room with a trusted companion, or have yourself admitted for suicide watch. You may also call 911 as an alternative for situations posing danger to self or others.
Keep safe and happy holidays!

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