IF SOMEONE IS IN CRISIS, DO NOT HESITATE DIAL 911
Suicide is preventable. Help someone who may not have the mindfulness to help themselves. Don't leave the person alone and seek immediate help. Warning signs of suicidal intent can include but are not limited to someone talking about or threatening to hurt themselves, feelings of helplessness, or feelings of hopelessness. Click on any of the links in this section to learn what to say, how to help, and where to get support. Being informed about the signs, risks, and supports are valuable tools for suicide prevention. Talking and listening about suicide and mental health may feel awkward, but they are important ways to learn and help.
The BPD MHET Team will come to the school or home to assess suicide risk and address the need for or arrange immediate hospitalization. Please contact your school site for assistance.
- (800) 784-2433 (877) 7-CRISIS
- (800) 273-TALK (8255)
- (310) 855-4673 from 6 pm - 10 pm only
- e Text TEEN to 839863 from 6-9 pm
- (866) 488-7386
- Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741741
- (800) 843-5200 24 hrs bilingual
- Text HOME to 741741
- (818) 845-7671
- Burbank Police Dept. Mental Health Evaluation Team (MHET Team): (818) 238-3000
- (800) 854-7771
- USC County Child/Adolescent Psychiatry (Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm) (323)226-5303
An Informative Presentation about Suicide Prevention from the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA)
This presentation is the result of the collaborative work of an expert panel of public health, mental health, and medical professionals. It consists of the warning signs of youth suicide that are rooted in science and their best understanding of clinical practice.
If you’d like to learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to find the words to have a direct conversation with someone in crisis, and where to find professional help and resources, please click on this link:
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