Comprehensive information about suicide. What to do if you're feeling suicidal, how to help the suicidal person, why people kill themselves and more. In addition, you’ll find suicide hotline numbers and other resources.
Suicide Hotline Phone Numbers
If you feel suicidal or you're in a crisis situation and need immediate assistance, people at these suicide hotlines in the U.S. are there to help.
- 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK) - National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE) - National Hopeline Network
- 1-866-488-7386 (1-866-4.U.TREVOR aimed at gay and questioning youth)
Information on Suicide Hotlines and Suicide Chat
- Suicide Hotline Phone Numbers
- Reasons People Call a Suicide Crisis Hotline
- Suicide Hotline: What Happens When You Call?
- How Does a Suicide Prevention Hotline Prevent Suicide?
- Suicide Prevention Chat: How Does it Work?
- Suicide Chat Hotline Options
- Suicide Help Chat: A Viable Option to Calling a Crisis Line?
- How to Become a Suicide Hotline Volunteer
- Considering Suicide? STOP!
- Feeling Suicidal? How To Help Yourself
- Coping With Feelings and Thoughts of Suicide
- Reasons for Living Can Prevent Suicide During Depression
- Author Chronicles Her Struggles With Suicidal Thoughts
Helping Someone Who Is Suicidal
- How to Help the Suicidal Person
- How to Talk to a Suicidal Person
- Is Talking About Suicide with a Suicidal Person Dangerous?
- How to Help a Suicidal Person: Take Them Seriously
- Helping a Suicidal Friend or Relative
- Handling A Phone Call From A Suicidal Person
- How Do I Help A Friend In A Hospital For Drug Treatment And A Suicide Attempt?
- How to Help Suicidal Older Men and Women
General Information About Suicide
- Understanding and Helping the Suicidal Person
- Depression: Understanding Thoughts of Suicide
- Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide
- Suicide Facts, Suicide Statistics, Teen Suicide Statistics
- Suicide: The Risk is Lifelong for Those Who've Tried It Once
- Suicide Risk Runs in Families
- High-Suicide Families Eyed By Genetic Scientists
- Why People Kill Themselves, Commit Suicide
- Why Do People Kill Themselves?
- Why Live When You Feel Like Dying?
- Facts About Suicide
- Suicide FAQs
- Coping with Suicide
Suicide and Mental Disorders
- Suicide Prevention: Bipolar and Suicide
- Suicide, A Very Real Threat to a Person with Bipolar Disorder
- Depression: Suicide and Self Injury
- Eating Disorders Linked to Suicide Risk
- Depressed Veterans and Suicide
- Schizophrenia and Suicide
Youth (Child and Teen) Suicide
- Suicide in Youth: What You Can Do About It
- Risk Factors for Child and Teen Suicide
- All About Teen Suicide
- Is My Child Contemplating Suicide?
- Study Links Depression and Suicide Rates to Teen Sex
- Suicide and Teenagers
- A Suicide: No Warning Of Her Decision To End Her Life
- Intervening in Child and Teen Suicide
- Parents Surviving the Suicide of Their Child
Therapy for Helping Suicidal Person
After a Suicide
- Effects of Suicide on Family Members, Loved Ones
- Suicide: Family Members’ Grief and Loss
- Dealing with Anger and Guilt After a Suicide
- Coping With Loss: Bereavement and Grief
Gay Teen Suicide
Books on Suicide
- Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide by Kay Redfield Jamison
- The Savage God: A Study of Suicide by A. Alvarez
- Healing After the Suicide of a Loved One by A. Smolin, J. Guinan
- Grieving a Suicide: A Loved One's Search for Comfort, Answers & Hope by Albert Y. Hsu
- No Time to Say Goodbye: Surviving The Suicide Of A Loved One by Carla Fine
- Prayers for Bobby: A Mother's Coming to Terms with the Suicide of Her Gay Son by Leroy Aarons
- When Nothing Matters Anymore: A Survival Guide for Depressed Teens by Bey Cobain
- Crisis center in your area
- American Association of Suicidology (AAS).
- The Trevor Project - Saving Young Lives. Aimed to gay and questioning youth
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