Mental Health Resources

If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, get in touch with an adult that you trust or dial 911 if it is an immediate emergency.

Challenges do not have to be battled alone. Help is readily available to you.

Recognize the Signs
Feelings
Actions

Expressing Hopelessness About the Future

Expressing Severe/Overwhelming Pain or Distress

Changes

Showing worrisome changes in behavior: withdrawal from friends, changes in social activities, anger/hostility, and/or changes in sleep.

Threats

Talking about, writing about, or making plans for suicide.

Situations

Triggers for suicide can include:
loss; change; personal humiliation; or getting into trouble at home, in school, or with the law. 

"Just because you're struggling does not mean you're failing."

"I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees."

-Henry David Thoreau