Suicide Prevention Resources


Recommended Suicide Prevention Resources

CRISIS AND SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINES:

  • If you are in crisis or feeling suicidal, help is available. Don’t hesitate to call the free 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
  • Santa Barbara Area – Free 24-hour local services are also available in the Santa Barbara area. Contact CARES/ ACCESS at 1-888-868-1649 or the SAFTY Mobile Crisis Team/ Hotline at 1-888-334-2777.

MEDIA AND SUICIDE:

  • Listen to NPR’s report on the dangers in covering suicide in the media. Listen here
  • Read the American Association of Suicidology’s recommendations for reporting on suicide. Click here

RESTRICTION OF MEANS:

WEBSITES:

SUPPORT FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LOST SOMEONE TO SUICIDE:

MILITARY SUICIDE RESOURCES:

The Glendon Association’s Dr. Lisa Firestone has conducted presentations and workshops on understanding and preventing suicide to DOD departments and military branches.If you would like to schedule Dr. Firestone to speak at one of your upcoming events, please contact [email protected]

TEEN SUICIDE RESOURCES:

Glendon Suicide Prevention Resources

BROCHURES:

ONLINE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:

WORKSHOPS:

DOCUMENTARIES FOR PROFESSIONALS:

DOCUMENTARIES FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC:

BOOKS:

RESEARCH & ASSESSMENT TOOLS:

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WEBINARS:

BLOGS:

RADIO INTERVIEWS:

* Listen to Free to Help Others Live, a Voice America interview with Dr. Lisa Firestone on  suicide prevention as heard on the September 8, 2010 program FREED UP! with Dr. Jennifer Freed.

 

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