Do you need help or know someone who is struggling with crisis? Call the Salish Regional Crisis Line to talk to someone who can help at 888-910-0416 or go to imhurting.org.
Get online emotional support during times of crisis. Everyone is welcome to talk about what’s causing them to feel pain. Crisis counselors will listen to you without judgment and help you feel cared about and safe.
This page will be updated as opportunities arise. See the Washington State Department of Health's Suicide Prevention Page for statewide information.
The mission of the Kitsap County Suicide Awareness and Prevention group is to increase awareness of—and access to— suicide prevention support and resources for all ages, with the goal of reducing suicide in our community.
We do this through:
Our group includes participation from over 20 local organizations including; Education, Law Enforcement, Aging and Long-Term Care, Treatment, Prevention, Employment, and local community members.
We can reduce the number of deaths by suicide in our community. Research indicates, Evidence Based Treatment and Prevention activities make a difference.
You can make a difference by
If you have comments about this page, please email Hannah Shockley email@example.com
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, do not use this email address.
Contact 911 if you are in an emergency.
Contact the "Need Help Now?" crisis line to get help for yourself or someone else:
888-910-0416 or imhurting.org.
Educating yourself on the signs so you can help yourself or someone you know.