Resources & Links

Are you thinking of suicide or concerned about someone who might be in crisis? Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline!

No matter what problems you are dealing with, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline wants to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7 and toll-free.

This number is for people in crisis and for those concerned about them.

For more information or to chat via computer, please look at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website:

Are you wanting to know more about suicide? Have you thought about suicide, attempted suicide, or been touched by a suicide death?

The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) is the premier Suicidology organization in the United States for survivors, clinicians, researchers, and people on the front lines of suicide prevention. For more information, please look at the AAS website:

Are you suicide bereaved or a “suicide survivor”?

For more information on suicide bereavement support services, please look at “Suicide Survivors” button on AAS’ website and search under SOS (Survivors of Suicide) Directory to find a suicide bereavement group in your area.

For more information, please look at the SOS Directory:

Are you suicide bereaved and would like to join a support group in Lexington?

The UK-Lexington Survivors of Suicide Loss Group meets every Monday @ 5:30 p.m. at Church of the Good Shepherd in Downtown Lexington. A second group meets the second Thursday of each month @ 5:30 p.m. at Andover United Methodist Church.

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If you are interested in attending, please contact group leader, Rebecca Sanford, via email at or (216) 410-3724.

Are you a “suicide attempt survivor” or have attempted suicide?

For more information on suicide attempt, please look at the Suicide Attempt Survivors information on the AAS website: