Texas Suicide Prevention initiative is the result of a collaborative effort throughout the state of Texas of community-based organizations, state and local agencies, academic institutions and many others who work together to reduce suicides in Texas.
The Texas Suicide Prevention Project is an educational collaboration and we do not provide direct services.
If you are in a crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255). If you are in immediate medical crisis, please call 911.
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With the Informational Library, you can access a wide range of information about suicide, suicide prevention, and other important topics. This section is useful for persons working in mental health, education, first responders, the medical community, and family members looking for information about suicide-related topics.
Suicide prevention happens when people and communities come together. When we know what to look for, pay attention to those around us and act when we see something, we will reduce the number of deaths by suicide.
But where do we begin?
Whether you are a professional or a worried parent or a friend, we have resources to help you learn the signs to look for, how to talk to someone about what they are feeling, and where to go for more help.