Resources for Suicide Prevention During COVID-19

Pain isn't always obvious and during a time when many of us are feeling increased anxiety and stress, it may be harder to recognize when someone is having thoughts of suicide. Professional training isn't necessary to learn to recognize warning signs of suicide and how to help yourself or someone you are concerned about. The Know the Signs website is a great place to start. Trust your instincts – if your gut tells you something is wrong, reach out with compassion and a willingness to listen. If you are thinking about suicide or are feeling overwhelmed, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.8255.



Resources for Suicide Prevention During COVID-19:

Crisis Lines



Educational Resources


Please stay safe!

Contact Information: 

Contact Information

Lassen County Behavioral Health
555 Hospital Lane
96130 Susanville , CA
Mon - Fri:
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Sat - Sun:
Crisis Line: Toll free 24-Hour
(530) 251-8394