If you think you, or someone you know, may be thinking about suicide, call the Suicide Crisis Helpline for support.0800 543 354 or 09 522 2999 or free text 4357 (HELP)
If you’re thinking about suicide talk to someone you trust or call us on 0800 What’s up.
Suicide Prevention and Support
This information is a suicide prevention factsheet for families, whānau, friends, colleagues, teachers and classmates of people who are distressed or showing suicidal behaviours.
This information is a suicide prevention factsheet intended for someone who is having suicidal thoughts or feelings. It may also be of benefit to the people supporting them.
This is a suicide prevention factsheet to help you support someone who is distressed or showing suicidal behaviours online.
Common questions about suicidal feelings and getting support.
Resources to help support someone concerned about their own risk of suicide or that of someone else.
If you think they could be in danger of hurting themselves, tell somebody asap, perhaps their parents, school counsellor, trusted family friend or contact The Lowdown Team.
If someone has thoughts and feelings about suicide, it’s important to take them seriously.
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Voices of kaumātua and kuia on suicide and suicide prevention
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