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When a farmer is facing a crisis, it can create an emotional toll on every aspect of life. From paying bills, to feeding their children and caring for the livestock and crops. The Kansas agriculture community has always come together to help our neighbors in a time of need and that is what this effort is all about: pulling together to help our own through a stressful time. Below you will find resources designed to help those in the agriculture community deal with a crisis. If you are a farmer in crisis, or know of someone in need of immediate assistance, contact your local Kansas Community Mental Health Center or call the
National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255.