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Suicide Prevention:

Suicide is a very real and serious problem. If you or someone you know is feeling or acting suicidal, please, get help immediately. We urge you to talk to someone about your feelings. Whether it be a close friend, family member, therapist, religious or spiritual advisor, an SSPC counselor, or a hotline counselor, help is out there.

To learn more about suicide, its misconceptions, warning signs, and how to get help, please visit University Health Services/Tang Center. 

Follow this link to learn how to help someone who is acting suicidal.

Suicide Prevention Hotlines & Websites:


  • National Institute of Mental Health Information Resources
    National Mental Health Association or 800-969-6642
  • National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association

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