It has been said that one of the most important things a person needs to know when they are contemplating suicide is that someone cares. If you are wondering if anyone cares for you, they do! If you suspect that someone may need to know you care, reach out. If you are in crisis, please don’t wait to contact one of the crisis resources listed below.
Whether you are struggling with something yourself, know someone who is, or just want to learn more about suicide prevention please take some time to look at the information provided on this page. You can make a difference to someone who needs support and hope.
Know Your Resources
Community Crisis Resources
If you are in crisis, don’t wait to reach out for help! These resources are available 24/7:
College can be exciting, but it can also be stressful at times. Every student experiences concerns and stressors during their college years. The good news is that you have resources to help during those times. Working with a counselor can help you feel better, acquire new healthy coping strategies, build your resilience and improve your mental health.
Mental health and suicide prevention are important topics to address. By taking the opportunity to promote Suicide Prevention and Awareness, we can help encourage conversations, reduce stigma and increase support to those who are hurting.
Stigma may not directly affect you, but it prevents 1 in 5 Americans with mental health conditions from seeking help. Learn how you can reduce stigma and encourage mental health and wellness for yourself or someone else.