There are plenty of reasons not to ask for help when the stress gets to be too much.
A tradition of self-reliance. Money. Insurance (or lack thereof). Travel distance. Maybe just a desire to keep your business to yourself.
But those reasons also account for a growing number of suicides in rural Minnesota.
A new program funded by the Miller Dwan Foundation, though originally geared to farmers, is expanding to miners and foresters and anyone else in the rural Northland as well. It's free. It's confidential. It's a phone call away.