If you, or someone you know, is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
The Lifeline Network answers thousands of calls from people in emotional distress. There are many reasons for their calls. Please call for any of the following reasons:
Looking out for friends and loved ones is an important part of preventing suicide. You can call the Lifeline to speak with a crisis worker on behalf of someone you are concerned about. The crisis workers have access to local resources, and can help you identify ways to get help to your loved ones. So call 1-800-273-TALK today to help save a life.
To find out more about the difference you can make in a friend or loved one's life, visit http://www.whatadifference.org/
If you see someone online who is suicidal, there are several steps you can take to help this person:
Many people at some time in their lives think about suicide. Most decide to live because they eventually come to realize that the crisis is temporary and death is permanent. On the other hand, people having a crisis sometimes perceive their dilemma as inescapable and feel an utter loss of control. These are some of the feelings and thoughts they experience:
If you experience these feelings,get help!If someone you know exhibits these symptoms,offer help!
This content was developed by the American Association of Suicidology.
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