Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Resources

Suicide Prevention Help

For immediate help

Call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department for immediate help and medical care.

Speak to suicide prevention expert

For more information from national experts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Call for an evaluation

The assessment staff at SUN Behavioral Health are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a no cost evaluation related to mental health and suicide.

For additional resources

Contact NorthKey Community Care ACCESS Crisis line for emergency 24 hour services.  

For Information on Suicide Prevention

Video Resources

The Impact of Suicide on Families – Jim Willman, Activating Hope

Suicide Prevention in Schools – Nancy Eigel-Miller, Executive Director 1N5

What is QPR? – Stephanie Potter, Executive Director, Rob’s Kids

The Power of Hope for Healing – Jennifer and Matt Westwood, Chelsea Ryann’s Festival of Hope

Help is Right Here.

At St. Elizabeth Physicians, we’re committed to breaking the stigma of mental health. Life changes quickly — and those changes can cause real distress. We’re right here to remind you that you are not alone.