Learning about suicide
Getting help if you have thoughts of suicide
Helping someone who has thoughts of suicide
Grief and healing after suicide loss
Helplines and distress lines
If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, it can feel very lonely and overwhelming. Know that help is available. Check out the following resources to find help that is right for you. If this is an emergency, call
911 right away. You can also get help any time, day or night, from
helplines and distress lines.
After reaching out for help, you might continue to have ups and downs. It’s important to care for yourself and take time to learn and use healthy coping strategies. Learn to recognize when you’re not feeling yourself.
Health includes physical, mental, and emotional pieces. Growth in any of these areas can improve your well-being.
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