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Get Help 2018-03-29T13:37:16+00:00

NEED TO TALK?

Call or text our 24/7 statewide Helpline at 877-870-4673. Whatever the reason, it’s confidential and free!

If you feel more comfortable using a chat service, Lifeline Crisis Chat is available 24/7.

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Grief Support Services

If you have lost someone to suicide, please contact Debbie DiMasi, Director of Grief Support Services, or fill out the Grief Support Services Request Form.
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Warning Signs & Risk Factors

You can be the first step towards help for someone you care about.

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How to Help

If you’re worried that someone you know may be suicidal, there are a number of ways you may help.
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Resources

Information about suicide, prevention, and coping with loss is available in many locations on the web. We try to maintain a comprehensive list.
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For Non-Emergencies

For general information about our programs and services, contact us at info@samaritanshope.org. This email address is not intended for emergencies or as a substitute for our Helpline or chat services.

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