Suicide Prevention

If You or a Loved One Need Immediate Help

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Call or text: 988
Veterans Crisis Line: Text 838255 or chat here:
Línea de Prevención del Suicidio y Crisis: 1-888-628-9454

Formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the new 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline offers 24/7, free, confidential support for anyone in need.

If the situation does not require immediate help, please check out the resources below to learn more about depression and suicidal ideation, tips to manage depression through positive psychology and movement, and details on how to support a loved one in crisis.

Talk to a  Peer Coach









Suicide Prevention: Risk Factors, Red Flags, and How to Get Help

mental healthFor those of us who have lost someone to suicide, we can feel a tremendous amount of survivor’s guilt, which is normal, but we cannot let it consume us. We need to find people we can trust to help us process everything, share our loved one’s story, and, when we are ready, help to educate ourselves and others on suicide prevention techniques.

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Veteran Mental Health: How to Get Help

veteran mental healthServing in the military can be stressful and traumatic, and our heroes may come home with both mental and physical wounds. The U.S. has recently made some progress to improve veteran mental health services, but we have still have a lot of work to make sure our military vets get help for the invisible wounds that mental health issues leave.

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Dispelling Myths About Suicide and Substance Abuse

substance use and suicideThere is a strong relationship between substance misuse and suicide, and it’s not common forpeople to seek treatment for either. So what can we do about it? Addressing the myths around both conditions may help us be more prepared to support those who need it.

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Workplace Suicide Prevention: A Plan for Employers

workplace suicide preventionAmericans spend a significant amount of time at work and with their co-workers; even people who work remotely spend ample time with co-workers on video calls. This means employees are in a unique position to recognize risk factors and red flags that may indicate someone is struggling with thoughts of suicide.

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