It can feel lonely and isolating when you or someone you know, and love is struggling and, possibly, suicidal. It may be hard to know where to turn for support. There are usually many options available once you reach out and we’ve included crisis lines, online resources, and additional resources here as a way to find direction. Also, Visit Our Coalition Partners to see what they have to offer.
Sometimes it is hard for young people to reach out for support. A step towards doing that might be to use online resources. Reach Out is an educational site that offers support and information for teens who struggle with mental health issues, and features real stories about real teen issues.
Go Ask Alice
This award-winning health reference website, entirely produced and funded by Columbia University, seeks to provide reliable, accurate information sincerely and sensitively so people can make informed decisions about their health and well-being.
Asking for help
How to Support
Emotionally Connect Because “You Are Worth It”
“Being With” your child and not trying to save them from feeling uncomfortable. “Connecting before Redirecting.”