|TN Statewide Crisis Line for mental health emergencies||State of TN - all counties. Call 24/7 to be routed to a trained crisis specialist in your area||855-274-7471 (or 855-CRISIS-1)|
|The Crisis Text Line||24/7 Text Line for persons in crisis to connect to a trained counselor||Text TN to 741741|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline/Military Veterans Crisis Line||24-Hour Crisis line for the general public and military veterans||800-273-8255 / 800-273-TALK
800-799-4889 (Deaf/Hard of Hearing)
College students are in a state of life transition and can be overwhelmed with new opportunities and new responsibilities. Lifestyle changes, such as sleep deprivation and substance abuse, can contribute to suicidal behavior.
There are some behaviors that signal possible suicidal thoughts and attempts. Knowing these signals and taking action may help you save someone’s life. A person might be suicidal if they:
Remember: Any one of these warning signs alone does not necessarily indicate a person is suicidal. However, several warning signs may be cause for concern. Warning signs are especially important if the person has attempted suicide in the past. Listen. Get professional help. Your actions may save a life!
Information above from TN Suicide Prevention Network.
Tina Messamore • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4716 • Click name for email address
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