September is known around the United States as “National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.” It is intended to help promote and give attention to the Suicide Prevention services available to the community. Please check out the following links on the Health Department and Youth Services Bureau webpages and visit www.preventsuicidect.org for additional information.
Check out the following videos to learn more about risk factors and warning signs for these special groups of people.
Looking for help and the steps to take, checkout this short video.
Mobile Crisis Services
Mobile crisis services are available for youth (children
under the age of 18) as well as adults (persons over the age of 18).
Youth – If youth are behaving dangerously, are putting themselves or others in dangerous situations or acting violently, call 2-1-1. You will be connected with a crisis clinician to resolve the situation as soon as possible. This program is available 24 hours each day, 7 days each week at home or at school.
Adult – Adults living in Windsor, CT, may call 9-1-1 or Community Health Resources at 1-877-884-3751. Both programs are available 24 hours each day, 7 days each week.