24-Hour Crisis Intervention 806-765-8393 or 1-800-Suicide (784-2433)
The crisis line is free and confidential. If you or someone you know have thoughts of suicide, we are here to listen and to help.
PLEASE CALL 806-765-8393 OR 1-800 SUICIDE (800-784-2433).
The Lubbock Heartbeat Support Group For Survivors After Suicide is now meeting on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Canyon United Methodist Church, 217 FM 1729, Lubbock, TX 79403. For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every community experiences deaths by suicide. When an intentionally self-inflicted
death occurs families and friends suffer a magnitude of isolated, complicated grief.
Because the grief that follows suicide is different from grief resulting from other causes of death, there is seldom the understanding, reinforcement, and guidance for growth toward healthy reconciliation and adjustment through these compounded grief dynamics. Everyone grieves differently but one common factor in the grief process is the need to be heard. Telling the story is a healing experience. Listening can be the best gift you give to anyone that is navigating through grief.
For more information on HEARTBEAT please call our office at 765-8393.
The award winning program that educates youth and adults how to recognize the signals of suicide and how to seek help.
“CHOICES” reinforces the realization that Suicide is not the answer. There is always hope and there is always help. Talking about suicide is the FIRST step to prevention.
YAH (Youth America Hotline) 1-877-968-8454
Founded in 2003 by the Kristin Brooks Hope Center it is the only teen to teen peer counseling network in the world. www.youthline.us