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Text “VT” to 741741You get an automated text response first, and then a response from a trained crisis counselor. They work with you until you are cool and calm and have a positive plan for next steps.
888-843-4564Providing confidential peer-support, information, local resources and more to calls of all ages (youth & adults).
(833) VT-TALKSTalk with a caring person who understands what you’re going through by calling or texting our confidential Support Line.
1-800-273-TALK (8255) and PRESS 1Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.
The Vermont Help Card offers resources for confidential help for mental health. The card is available in four different formats – postcard, poster, wallet-sized card, and resource postcard for survivors of suicide loss.
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Vermont Suicide Prevention
Working to Prevent Suicide Across the LifespanThis Vermont Suicide Prevention Platform offers a well-defined, structured guide to the priorities of suicide prevention in Vermont, built on a foundation of collaboration and ongoing research.
The Vermont Suicide Prevention Center (VTSPC) is a statewide resource fostering a sustainable approach to suicide prevention in Vermont.
Suicide can be prevented. You can help yourself and others. Know the risk factors, recognize the warning signs and reach out to get help before and during a crisis.