Resources: Hotlines & Online Support
Crisis Help Line 1-888-644-5886 CrisisLink saves lives and prevents tragedies. We give vital support to those facing life crises, trauma and suicide, and provide information, education and links to community resources to empower people to help themselves.
Kids Under 21
Kids Under 21 (KUTO) is teens helping teens help themselves. KUTO is dedicated to providing youth focused crisis prevention, suicide intervention and post-vention support to the community through awareness education and outreach.
Mental Health Screening
Screening for mental health issues is just as important as screening for high B/P or Diabetes. Mental Health Screening offers confidential on-line screening for mental health issues. The questionnaire targets those in the military, but can be taken by anyone. Results and recommendations are given immediately after screening is completed.
Missouri Department of Mental Health
Suicide is a reaction to intense feelings of loneliness, worthlessness, hopelessness, or depression. Threats or attempts of suicide are calls for help. Knowing the warning signs and being prepared to answer these calls for help could prevent many suicides.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis. You will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With more than 130 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. Your call is free and confidential.
(310) 855-HOPE (4673) or (800) TLC-TEEN (852-8336) TEEN LINE was founded in 1980 to help adolescents address their problems through a confidential peer hotline and community outreach program. Open from 6pm to 10pm Pacific Time, every night.
ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. ULifeline is available where college students seek information the most - at their fingertips on the Internet.