Suicide Prevention

Here are some resources put together by the Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.

Do you know someone that might be considering suicide?

  • Increased Isolation – From family and friends
  • Alcohol or Drug Use Increases
  • Expression of negative attitude toward self
  • Expression of hopelessness or helplessness
  • Change in Regular Behavior
  • Loss of interest in usual activities
  • Giving away valued possessions
  • Expression of a lack of future orientation (i.e. “It won’t matter soon anyway”)
  • Expressing Suicidal Feelings
  • Signs of Depression
  • Describes a Specific Plan for Suicide
  • History of Suicide in the Family
  • A person who has been extremely depressed in the past may be at an increased risk for suicide if the depression begins to cease, as they may now have the psychological energy to follow through on a suicidal ideation.

If you or someone you care about displays any of these warning signs, please do not hesitate to call The Trevor Lifeline at: 866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386) to speak with a trained volunteer counselor.