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Use our FIND HELP Tool to locate free or reduced counseling and other mental health resources
in your community. Simply select the level of care you’re looking for and enter your zip code.

*The FIND HELP Tool is only currently available in the U.S. Check out International Resources for more treatment options.

You Are Not Alone

More than anything, you deserve to know this—you are not alone. We hope these stories find you like a friend, or a bit of light in the darkness.

About Suicide

Suicide, or intentionally taking one’s life, is complex; it involves psychological, social, biological, cultural, and environmental factors. People who are suicidal may talk a lot about death, withdraw from friends, give away prized possessions, become more reckless and impulsive, or express hopelessness. 

Suicide is preventable. Talking about it does not cause someone to become suicidal, but rather, could actually save their life.1

Some statistics:

  1. 1 CDC, Suicide Vital Signs
  2. 2 WHO, Suicide Prevention Fact Sheet
  3. 3 Suicidology, Fact Sheet
  4. 4 CDC, Fact Sheet


Disclaimer: Although TWLOHA believes in the power of professional help, you are responsible for selecting the provider or treatment. TWLOHA cannot accept responsibility for any of the services provided by these or any other providers.

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