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Reviewed Suicide Apps Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 8)Suicide Lifeguard
Suicide Lifeguard is intended for anyone concerned that someone they know may be thinking of suicide. It provides information on how to recognize warning signs of suicide, how to ask about suicidal thoughts and/or intentions, how to respond and where to refer. Features include immediate connection to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and specific resources for military/Veterans, those who identify as LGBTQ, Spanish speaking individuals, persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, and includes direct access to national and Missouri resource websites.
TheHopeLine is an easy-to-use, free app that allows you to get the help you need, when you need it. Connect with a trained staff member or volunteer HopeCoach via telephone call, or online one-on-one chat interaction and discuss whatever issue or problem you may be facing. TheHopeLine can help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, worldwide.
Operation Reach Out
Military Community Awareness - introduces OPERATION REACH OUT, a smartphone app aimed at preventing suicide among military personnel and veterans. Developed by a team of suicide prevention experts, under the supervision of the primary author, Lawrence Shapiro, Ph.D.. OPERATION REACH OUT is designed to: * Encourage people to reach out for help when they are having suicidal thoughts. * Help those who are concerned about family members, spouses, or fellow service members who may be suicidal. * Provide a personal contact help center. * Provide activities to help people who are depressed stay connected to others.
Wingman Project Mobile App
This app is for Air National Guard members, their families and anyone who is a Wingman. As the Air National Guard's suicide intervention organization, the Wingman Project encourages every member and their families to know the ACE suicide intervention method - Ask, Care, Escort. With the app, you can quickly access the steps of ACE in order to help a friend and save a life, directly access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, to get yourself or others to a safer place in life, and set reminders to check in with your Wingman.
A safety plan is a list of coping strategies and social supports that people can use when they are in a suicidal crisis or very distressed. It helps them not act on their suicidal feelings. The plan is brief, is in the individuals? own words, and is easy to read. It is an emergency plan for suicide crises. Clinicians can collaborate with individuals to develop the safety plan. Individuals can also develop plans on their own.