Beginning July 1, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number will be on back of all Coastal Carolina University CINO cards. Getting the information to college students is now mandated by South Carolina. The University decided to include the number on the CINO card, which the students usually have in their possession. CCU has many resources to assist community members, such as Counseling Services and the LiveWell Office. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255.
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