Substance Use and Recovery

Suicide Prevention

If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available.

Call or text 988 or chat

Domestic Violence


1-800-333-HOPE (4673)

If you think someone you know may have a gambling problem, please call 1-800-333-HOPE (4673).

Veteran Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial 988

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS):

The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) offers special programming and resources for Veteran and military-connected survivors of suicide loss.

This is a website put together by the Rocky Mountain MIRECC and the VA Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. USPV website has education, links, and resources for suicide loss survivors in the community, workplace, as well as for providers.

This organization for survivors of suicide loss provides information sheets, a blog, and a community forum. Through the forum, survivors can contact others with similar losses, share their stories, and discuss healing from a loss by suicide. The forum operates like a 24/7 support group with a team of trained moderators and a mental health clinician who contributes regularly.

This organization is for people who have lost family or friends to suicide and professionals who work with people who have been touched by suicide.  All the staff and volunteers have been directly impacted by a suicide death. The organization produces a monthly newsletter and runs the Suicide Loss Helpline (1-800-646-7322), which is available 9 a.m.–9 p.m. PT, seven days a week.  During COVID-19 they are offering an online loss survivor support group.

Offers in person, by phone, or video chat support.  However, it’s not a hotline, you have to contact their coordinator or fill out a form to get connected to someone who can create more of a long-term peer support relationship with you.

Misc. Resources

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