Suicide Prevention Center
Are you or someone you know feeling suicidal?
Call our 24-hour Suicide Crisis Line:
Toll free in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside and Imperial Counties.
How to tell if someone is suicidal:
- Threatening or planning suicide
- Giving away possessions
- Making out wills
- Despairing texts or posts
- Feelings of failure or shame
- Signs of major depression
- Avoiding friends
- Risky behaviors
- Attempted in past
- Lost a loved one to suicide
- Loss of job, marriage, housing or health
- Increased alcohol or drug use
How to Help a Suicidal Person:
If you or someone you know is in imminent danger of suicide (cannot stay safe in the immediate future), call 911 or seek emergency help at a hospital or mental health clinic.
You can also call our 24-hour Suicide Prevention Hotline (877) 7-CRISIS or (877) 727-4747. If you don’t know if the person is in imminent danger, the counselors on the hotline can help you assess the risk.
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"Suicide is a public health problem that is preventable." - Former US Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher
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