Are You in Crisis?
Thoughts of suicide, homicide, or other forms of self- or other-harm are serious indicators of potential crisis. It is vital, when struggling with these kinds of feelings, that you reach out for help. Click here
Follow these instructions, if you believe you’ve reached this point:
Current clients: During our time working together, we have prepared a safety plan for you to follow. If our action plan is not helping at the moment, please follow the instructions below.
Clients in crisis or non-clients: Contact any of the following, and let them know you are struggling:
- A trusted friend, family member, pastor, co-worker, or other person
- Your primary care physician
- Call 911
- Go to your nearest local crisis center or the Emergency Room
- Call 211 for information on local resources in your area
- Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
- Go online at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for more information, resources, and support
Despite how strong many people believe they are, facing crisis and thoughts of suicide can happen to anyone. Please let someone know you are struggling.