Hopeline The Kristin Brooks Hope Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to suicide prevention, awareness, and education. They provide help and hope through crisis hotlines, online crisis chat, music outreach tours, and college campus awareness events. http://www.hopeline.com/ -
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SamaritansTop Rated A charity, non-religious organization based in the U.K. which offers free e-mail support for those who are troubled, suicidal, or know of someone else who is and would like to help them. http://www.samaritans.org/ -
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Webhealing.comTop Rated Created by Tom Golden, LCSW, this website is devoted to helping people understand and deal with profound grief. Webhealing.com provides free resources for those experiencing loss, including articles and forums, as well as paid services and tools provided by Mr. Golden through his workshops and private practice. http://www.webhealing.com/ -
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Suicide Info (Canada) A branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, the Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP) is an education center dedicated to the collection and dissemination of suicide prevention and intervention resources. Their services include: an active Twitter feed, training workshops, online courses, webinars, literature scans and reviews, library database access, lending library and knowledge translation publications. They serve caregivers, survivors, researchers, professionals and community members across Canada and around the world. http://suicideinfo.ca/ -
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Suicide Prevention Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is the federally funded suicide prevention hotline dedicated to providing immediate assistance to those in suicidal crisis. Its toll-free number, 1-800-273-TALK (8255), connects individuals to crisis centers across the country. Each crisis center (currently more than 100) is staffed by trained staff members who have the essential resources to assist individuals in a suicidal crisis. Since 2007, the Lifeline has been providing special suicide prevention service for U.S. military veterans through an agreement with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) and U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). When dialing 1-800-273-TALK (8255), veterans, active military, and their families are prompted, during the automated greeting, to press “1” to be connected to a veterans suicide prevention hotline specialist located in the VA call center in New York. http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ -
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The Trevor Project Established in 1998 to coincide with the HBO airing of the award winning short film "Trevor", hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, The Trevor Helpline is the only national 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention hot line aimed at gay and questioning youth.
The Trevor Helpline is geared toward helping youth in crisis, or those wanting information on how to help someone in crisis. The Trevor Helpline is maintained by two call centers, our partners at San Francisco Suicide Prevention and The Trevor Project own Los Angeles Call Center managed by Brian Goldman. Helpline calls are handled by highly trained counselors and are free and confidential.