“Money calls” is a term used to describe an instance where the individual is in a money crisis. In this case, the individual is struggling with the very fact that they don’t have enough money.
Money calls is a very real thing. It’s not that everyone is in a money crisis. It’s just a very common thing that we all deal with in life. Many people struggle with money because they don’t have the income that they want to pay their bills, or they are broke to the point where they can’t pay their bills.
If this were just about people struggling with money, I wouldnt have a problem with it. But in the case where the individual is in a money crisis, money calls are actually a very dangerous thing. It can cause a lot of problems for a lot of people, but its a very real thing that we all have to deal with in life. The same thing is true for many other areas of our lives.
If you have a money crisis of some sort, you will likely want to contact a money-related professional to help you get your finances back in shape. In the case of a money crisis, you may also want to seek emergency medical care, or even seek counseling. I am not going to lie and say you need help right now. But if you can’t get out of it without help, I would not recommend giving it to yourself.
People who want emergency financial help will call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). They are a free service that is offered 24/7. While they are not officially funded by the federal government, they receive funding from insurance companies when they receive a suicide hotline call. If the caller has not made an appointment with an emergency financial counselor in person, this may be a good place to call.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a good place to start, but the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is a good resource too. It’s run by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and offers help and support for people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts.
If you have someone in your life who you feel isn’t being appropriately supported, and you want to give them some help, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline can be a great place to start.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline (or NSPL) is a free resource that helps keep people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts and wishes from going to their deaths. The hotline offers information about how to get help, which agencies offer support, and helps people connect with their local suicide prevention resources.
The hotline’s website is a great place to start. A quick search on the NSPL website will bring up a lot of options, including the National Suicide Prevention Hotline’s own site which is a pretty thorough list of resources and how to connect with help.
The hotline also offers telephone suicide prevention helplines, and these are the most helpful: the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), and the 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-4-U-CANADIAN-SYSRQ). The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is a great resource, but if you go to your local police department, you can also connect with their suicide prevention helplines.