Suicide » Directory

If you are feeling so low that suicide seems like an answer, STOP and call for help. SUICIDE IS FOREVER! Your problem may be temporary.

If you think a friend may be suicidal, don’t be afraid to ask! If you think a friend may be suicidal, don’t be afraid to tell!

You or your friend CAN be helped. In fact, telling another person is really a way of reaching out for help. Words and actions can provide clues:

  • Has your friend or have you ever threatened or attempted suicide before?
  • Does your friend or do you seem very depressed or withdrawn?
  • Does your friend or do you have a plan to commit suicide?
  • Does your friend or do you have a way to put that plan into action?
  • Does your friend or do you talk about a time when you will not be alive?
  • Has your friend or have you given away cherished items?
  • Has your friend or have you written a suicide note?

REMEMBER, IT IS BETTER TO CALL A CRISIS HOTLINE OR TELL A TRUSTED ADULT THAN TO DO NOTHING.

In an emergency call 911.

Hospital Emergency Rooms

24/7 Crisis Text line

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text “HOME” to 741741

Common Ground Sanctuary

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24-Hour Crisis Counseling
(248) 456-0909

Mental Health Screening
(248) 464-6363

Legal Clinic
248-451-2629

Toll Free
1-800-231-1127

http://www.commongroundhelps.org

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

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24-hour crisis hotline
1-800-273-8255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Chat