Suicide Awareness Voices of Education Tom Arsenault Includes a helpful Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file, general information on suicide and some common statistics, symptoms of depression, a book list and much more in an easy-to-read format. Frequently updated.
Suicide: Read This First Martha Ainsworth In the format of a crisis intervention, this site is dedicated to helping people who are considering suicide get through their crisis. It grows out of the author's 14 years work with online (and telephone) crisis counseling and online support groups on depression and suicide. Includes links as well as lots of helpful information.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national, (USA) federally funded network of local crisis centers providing suicide prevention and intervention services through a toll-free telephone number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Its mission is to provide immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest available crisis center in their area. The website provides information about the programs offered.
Befrienders Suicide Information Befrienders Befriender's International provides information for anyone feeling low, depressed or suicidal, or worried about a friend or relative, information about befriending and how it can help to prevent suicide, general information about issues relating to suicide, and free access to the world's most comprehensive directory of suicide and crisis helplines.
Youth Suicide: Gay/Bisexual Male Focus. Pierre Tremblay This site covers an important aspect of youth suicide that is not often written about - those youth who resort to suicide to end their feelings of shame and guilt over their sexuality. Provides resources, articles and links about gay and bisexual male suicide issues.