Health Resources

The health, safety, and welfare of participants is our highest priority, and we are here to help. At some point during your program you may find yourself in need of assistance, or you just might need more information. We’ve provided several resources below to assist you.


You’re always welcome to contact us with questions or concerns at cenet@cenet.org or 573-335-7111. If you are in immediate danger or an emergency, call 911.


Mental Health Crisis Support

Never be afraid to ask for help.

–Contact the Lifeline: Text “START” to 741-741 or Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Online Resources


Personal Health Screenings

Anxiety Screening Test


Eating Disorders

Anxiety and Depression Support

–Samaritans Crisis Response Hotline

(212) 673-3000 Free. Anonymous. Confidential.

–NDMDA Depression Hotline

800-826-3632 Support Group

National Eating Disorders Association Chat Helpline

Or call (800) 931-2237


Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is bullying or coercion of a sexual nature and can involve the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks.


Sexual activity without consent–or agreement between both parties–is sexual assault.

What is sexual consent?

Examples and consequences of sexual harassment

Respecting others

Steps to take if you are a victim of sexual harassment

Cenet has a zero-tolerance policy toward sexual harassment.


Contact Cenet immediately if you feel as though you have been harassed at your workplace.

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