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Suicide Prevention

  • Read about suicide warning signs, treatment, how to cope with loss and more.

  • This webpage gives a brief overview of the suicide warning signs and how to prevent suicide.

  • Connect to local suicide prevention resources and training events. Also read about the Nebraska Suicide Prevention Plan.

  • This article produced by the CDC provides information on the relationship between bullying and suicide and what schools can do.

  • This site shares parenting styles, reflecting on different ways of relating and communicating with your kids.

  • Their mission is to elevate the conversation about mental health and suicide prevention in our city. We want to move toward this issue by recognizing the difficult realities and facing them head-on with help and hope.

  • The Kim Foundation’s mission is to serve as a supportive resource and compassionate voice for lives touched by mental illness and suicide.

  • A free resource for familes and youth of any age who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis anywhere in Nebraska.

  • A free resource for families and youth of any age who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis anywhere in Nebraska.

  • A free resource for families and youth of any age who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis anywhere in Nebraska.

  • A free resource for families and youth of any age who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis anywhere in Nebraska.

  • Gives information about Suicide Warning Signs and Risk Factors; Suicide Prevention; Self-Injury; and Coping After a Suicide

  • Tips and Information regarding ways of preventing youth Suicide for Parents and Educators. This includes information on Suicide Risk Factors; Suicide Warning Signs; The Role of the School in Suicide Prevention; Parental Notification and Participation; Resiliency Factors; and other related resources.

  • Gives links to a Fact Sheet about Suicide, list of risk and protective factors, prevention strategies for states and communities, the CDC's strategic plan, funded programs through state's and communities, other resources such as articles, publications, etc., and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Veterans in Crisis contact information.

  • A fact sheet that talks about Suicide being the leading cause of death and it already being a large and growing public health problem, its far-reaching impacts, and how it can be prevented. They also discuss strategies to prevent Suicide.

CRISIS LINES:

Nebraska Family Helpline: 1-888-866-8660
Boys Town National Hotline:  1-800-448-3000
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-8255
National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline:  1-866-331-9474
National Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-799-7233
National Sexual Assault Hotline:  1-800-656-4673
Mental Health Association of Nebraska Helpline: 402-975-2032