As part of the Suicide Prevention Services program, this toll-free, accredited hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is available to individuals of all ages who
1) are experiencing a behavioral health crisis and/or suicidal thoughts,
2) have attempted suicide and may be living with depression,
3) are concerned about a loved one possibly attempting suicide, and/or
4) are coping with the loss of a loved one who died by suicide.
Trained counselors provide immediate, confidential, over-the-phone/text/chat assistance and initiate active rescues when necessary. For callers who give their consent, counselors conduct follow-up calls to ensure continued safety and reduce the likelihood of attempts and emergency room visits. Callers who are not experiencing a crisis are triaged and offered access to WarmLine or other appropriate resources. The toll-free suicide prevention service is available to anyone in crisis or experiencing suicidal thoughts or to someone who is concerned about a loved one attempting suicide. (Source = MHSA...p.99&100)
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