Suicide Prevention Resources

This collection of resources is an essential guide for those seeking help for themselves or others who are facing a crisis situation, including the risk of suicide. The guide covers a wide array of options ranging from immediate emergency response to specific mental health condition resources.

Emergency Services

In any emergency, dial: 911

Crisis Services

Immediate Medical Help

Reach out to your local medical providers for immediate assistance.

Mental Health Care Providers

Discover professional mental health care providers:

Specific Mental Health Condition Resources

Find additional resources tailored to specific mental health conditions such as substance abuse, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, borderline personality, self-injury, depression, eating disorders, emotional health, schizophrenia, stress, and suicide prevention.

Substance Abuse:

We get it, life can get really tough sometimes. It’s like a roller coaster ride that seems to have way more downs than ups, and sometimes it feels like it’s just too much. But here’s the thing, you don’t have to face it all on your own.

This giant list we’ve put together? It’s all about throwing you a lifeline when you need it the most. We’ve got resources for everyone, no matter who you are or where you’re from. And we’ve made sure to include stuff specifically for diverse communities and our LGBTQ friends because everyone deserves to get the help they need, in a way that works for them.

And we totally get it, everyone’s struggles are unique – like fingerprints. That’s why this list has a whole bunch of resources for different mental health conditions. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, feeling depressed, wrestling with substance abuse, or any other mental health condition, there’s something here for you.

But the best part? You can get help in the way you’re most comfortable with. Whether that’s a call, a text, or chatting online – it’s all about what works best for you.

We know it’s not easy reaching out. It’s scary, it’s tough, but trust us, it’s worth it. And even though it might seem like a lot to handle right now, remember, you’re not alone. Taking this first step is huge, and you’re super brave for even being here.

So, this is it – our massive guide to getting help if you need it. We hope it shines like a lighthouse in the dark for you. Remember, there’s always help available, and you don’t have to deal with everything by yourself. You’re important, and your mental health is important.

Always remember, it’s cool to ask for help. We should all talk more about mental health because it’s just as important as physical health. It’s not a weakness, it’s just being human.

Take care of yourself and never forget, you’re not alone in this. We’re all in this together.

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