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Suicide Resources

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By: Anonymous

Published: 1 year ago

Suicide is a leading cause of death globally, with over 1 million people dying by suicide each year. But suicide is preventable. Most people who attempt suicide want to live, but are overcome with emotional pain and cannot see any other way to cope with what feels like an overwhelming or impossible situation. Learning to recognize the warning signs for suicide and how to respond to them is important. Find out how to be helpful if someone you know is suicidal, what to say and who to call. If you are thinking about suicide, get help immediately.

Suicide Help in the U.S.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

1 (800) 273-8255 

Teens/Young Adults  

800-TLC-TEEN (800-562-8336)

Veterans 

1-877-VET2VET (838-2838)

LGBTQ

888-THE-GLNH (843-4564)

 


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