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You may have heard that it’s OK to sometimes not feel OK. And that’s true: It's normal for life to have its ups and downs. But if it seems like you’re only feeling down, if things feel like more than you can take, if you are considering harming yourself, or ending your life, then we have a request of you: STAY.

Reach out for support. Start by calling 1‑800‑256‑2522. People do care about you. And staying is worth it — but it may take a little time for you to feel that way, and deciding to stay is the first step in making the journey to a healthier, happier place.

“I still have days when suicide comes into my mind. But now I know that those feelings will always pass, there’s always a way to feeling better. I’m happy to still be here.”

Teens & Young Adults

Teens today may face a variety of pressures, from academic performance to social acceptance, which can contribute to feeling anxious, depressed, or hopeless.

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Military & First Responders

Military service members and first responders experience high-stress situations and traumatic events that can lead to PTSD, depression, and other mental health challenges.

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People who identify as LGBTQ+ have unique challenges compared to their peers, and these can sometimes lead to feeling of isolation, rejection, or despair.

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Adults often juggle multiple responsibilities and stressors. Financial pressures, work-related stress, family and relationship issues, and health concerns can sometimes lead to feelings of being overwhelmed, hopelessness, and thoughts of suicide.

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Older Adults

Older adults may struggle to cope with the loss of loved ones, physical health issues, and feelings of loneliness or isolation. These factors can contribute to a risk of depression and suicidal ideation.

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If you're thinking about suicide, please stay and reach out for support.

Call now: 1-800-256-2522