Western Michigan University’s Suicide Prevention Program includes a guide entitled, How to Help Someone You Know Who is Suicidal. See Protective Factors, Risk Factors, information for parents and more. This valuable resource is now included in the Suicide Prevention Help Web Directory, under the category “Helping Someone.”
Resource created by mind.org.uk “explains how to support someone who feels suicidal, giving practical suggestions for what you can do and where you can go for support.” See How can I help someone with suicidal feelings or How can I help someone with suicidal feelings? This resource in now included in the Suicide Prevention Help … Read more
Mayo Clinic offers this guide that states, When someone you know talks about taking their own life, you might not know what to do. Learn warning signs, what questions to ask and how to get help.” This valuable resource is now apart of Suicide Friendship Help – Web Directory of suicide prevention resources, under Helping … Read more
Rethink Mental Illness offers a factsheet on suicidal thoughts and how to support someone. Guide discusses why someone might have suicidal thoughts, feelings, or intentions. This information is for people supporting an adult in England who is experiencing suicidal thoughts. This resource in now included in the Suicide Prevention Help Web Directory of suicide prevention … Read more
Calgary, Alberta Distress Centre offers a guide entitled 5 steps to help someone who is having suicidal thoughts. This resource is now included in the Suicide Prevention Help Web Directory of suicide prevention resources.
New Zealand’s Lifeline Aotearoa (0508 TAUTOKO (0508 828 865) offers a free, nationwide service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is operated by trained and experienced social service practitioners who have undergone suicide prevention training. This resource is now in the Suicide Prevention Help Web Directory.
The Suicide Prevention Help – Web Directory now includes Suicide Stop International Help Center as a part of its directory of suicide prevention resources. Call a Hotline. Find online chats. emergency numbers and more.
The listing of International Suicide Hotlines is now included in the Suicide Prevention Help Web Directory. Find support in over 60 countries.
Lifeline in Australia is “a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. We exist so that no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone.” Chat and Text are also available in addition to telephone support. This valuable resource is now … Read more
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance offers a selection crisis telephone and text support. See the Veterans Crisis Line or Helplines and Resources. This valuable resource in now included in the Suicide Prevention Help – Web Directory.