Suicide Prevention

If you are in crisis, or know someone who needs help, contact National Suicide Prevention Hotline logo
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline NOW at:

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

We are a public health prevention program that does not offer crisis intervention or mental health services. If you need help now, call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline immediately.



Suicide can be the tragic result of many complex factors. Suicide is preventable. There is always hope. Michigan residents can connect with us here for a variety of resources regarding suicide prevention.

Navigational links:

Michigan’s Youth Suicide Prevention Program
Risk Factors and Warning Signs for Suicide + Smartphone Apps
Suicide Prevention Resources

Check out our #PreventSuicide posts on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Facebook and Twitter pages for information on suicide, tips for staying safe, and to stay engaged with our effort to lower suicide rates in Michigan: