IMPORTANT: If you or a loved one are in crisis, please call or text and if you are in an 988 emergency please call WUPD ( ) or 314-935-5555 . 911
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National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Crisis line (24/7): 988 OR 1-800-273-8255 Website:
988 Lifeline The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is a 24/7 suicide and crisis hotline, general referrals, brief therapy over the phone, and case management. This hotline
helps people struggling with depression, suicide, grief, stress, domestic violence, relationship problems, and other challenges.
Crisis Text Line (CTL)
Crisis Line (24/7): Text 988 or Text “HOME” to 741741
Crisis Text Line
Visit the CTL website to chat with a trained counselor or learn more.
CTL provides the same services as the National Suicide Prevention Hotline in a texting format.
Crisis line (24/7): 866-488-7386
Text (24/7): “START” to 678-678 Chat (24/7):
Website: The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project is a national organization for LGBTQIA+ youth. It provides suicide and crisis intervention through the crisis line and both text options.
Washington University Police Department (WUPD)
Crisis trained officers can provide aid and medical support to individuals in scenarios involving self-harm.
Behavioral Health Response (BHR) Crisis Hotline
Behavioral Health Response is a professionally staffed, accredited clinical call center that provides expert crisis response services 24/7.