When to Seek Immediate Assistance

Suicide Prevention Hotlines

Be aware that during this process it is normal to occasionally express thoughts that may initially feel or sound alarming, such as “I just want to be with my child” or “life’s not worth living anymore now that my child is gone”. This is part of normal grief.

If you express any of the below, immediately notify a family member and go to your local emergency room. You can also call 911.

1. You want to die and you have a plan.

2. You want to hurt your spouse, child, or someone else.

Use the links below to locate your local suicide hotline listings:

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