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Are you a suicide attempt survivor?
Have you lost a loved one to suicide?
Do you support suicide prevention?
Share your story on the Lifeline Gallery and help others connect to help and hope.

Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio

Cuando usted llama al número 1-888-628-9454, su llamada se dirige al centro de ayuda de nuestra red disponible más cercano. Cuando el centro contesta su llamada, usted estará hablando con una persona que le escuchará, le hará preguntas y hará todo lo que esté a su alcance para ayudarlo. Para información en español haga clic aquí.

For Hearing and Speech Impaired with TTY Equipment: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)

Are you in crisis? Call 1-800-273-TALK or Chat

What You Can Do to Help End Bullying

While bullying doesn’t cause suicide, a stressful environment and persistent, emotional victimization can increase a person’s risk of suicide. Together, we can create awareness about the dangers of bullying and give emotional support to those who may be contemplating suicide. If you or someone you know is in an emotional distress or suicidal crisis, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Watch a True Story of a Bullied Teen


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Shania, a former varsity cheerleader, talks about the time she was afraid to go to school. Her story shows how reaching out for help and talking to a trusted adult can lighten depression.




Learn How to Prevent Bullying
Together we can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy. Packed with tools and resources, will arm you with information so you can prevent bullying no matter where you see it taking place.
The Lifeline Supports “Bully”
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is proud to support “Bully,” the film that explores the lives of students who have experienced bullying, including two who took their own lives. Bullying creates a stressful environment for everyone involved. Ongoing, emotional abuse can increase a person’s risk for suicide. We hope this movie will bring attention to the dangers of bullying. If you or someone you know is in an emotional distress or suicidal crisis, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
The Connection Between Bullying and Suicide PDF
Both bullies and their victims are at a higher risk for suicide. Read about the risk factors they share and learn the strategies that can help prevent bullying and suicide.
When Tragedy Strikes Your School
Suicide in a school is tremendously sad, often unexpected, and can leave a community with many uncertainties about what to do next. This toolkit gives teachers and administrators practical tools and advice to help manage the situation in the aftermath of a suicide. The toolkit is available from SPRC’s online library. PDF

The Lifeline is featured in Marvel comic "Captain America: A Little Help"

"Super heroes fight a lot of battles, but there are few more important than combating suicide," said Tom Brevoort, Senior Vice-President of Publishing. "That’s why we're making Captain America: A Little Help available for free via our digital comics outlets. If even one person calls this number instead of doing something very tragic, we know that means we succeeded."

You can access the comic here.