> When in doubt, seek immediate emergency behavioral health care by calling the Salish Regional Crisis Line, available 24 hours a day at 1-888-910-0416. This number also connects you to local resources. The National Suicide Lifeline is available at 8-6-6.
> If you believe you or someone else is in immediate danger, contact 911.
> To get help and advice via CHAT, go to
Suicide Risk Factors
Psychiatric or substance use disordersFeelings of hopelessnessThe end of a relationship (e.g. divorce, breakup)Impulsive tendenciesA history of Physical or sexual abuseFamily history of suicideSome medical illnessesAccess to lethal means of suicide
Access to effective treatmentRestricted access to lethal meansA sense of connectedness to community and familyProblem solving and conflict resolution skillsCultural or religious beliefs that encourage self-preservation and discourage suicide
Contact an emergency behavioral health professional immediately.Threats to harm him/herself or talk about doing soSeeking out or researching suicide methods and meansTalking or writing about suicide and death
Expressions of hopelessnessIsolationIncreased substance us Guilt, shame, or self-hatredTalking about death or suicideRefusing helpA feeling that things are inevitableA sudden sense of calmGiving away items and or petsNo sense of purposeAnxiety, agitation, unable to sleep or sleeping all the timeFelling trapped-like there's no way outRage, uncontrolled anger, seeking revengeActing reckless or engaging in risky activities, seemingly without thinkingDramatic mood changes